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Forecast: June Sales to Reach 11-Year High Commented on: 4 weeks ago (June 27, 2016)

Latest figure we have is 1.2 billion as of end of 2014. That includes commercial vehicles. Passenger vehicles estimated to be about 90% of that, or 1 billion+.

G80 Next to Come From Hyundai’s Retooled Genesis Brand Commented on: 7 weeks ago (June 6, 2016)

Joaquin, you are correct. The car shown in Busan was a sport sedan, not coupe. A coupe is in the works for 2020, however, according to internal Hyundai documents. We've updated the story to...

Aluminum-Steel Welding Next Step in GM’s Lightweighting Initiative Commented on: 10 weeks ago (May 19, 2016)

The ability to weld steel to aluminum is an indicator GM still doesn't want to go as far as Ford on aluminum. It prefers a blended-metals strategy, and GM appears to be sticking with the theory...

Supplier-Relationship Scores Suggest Automakers Unprepared for U.S. Downturn Commented on: 10 weeks ago (May 17, 2016)

Their list of clients includes, but is not limited to, those companies mentioned in the story.

Improve or Get Left Behind: A New Mantra for Working-Class Van Commented on: 16 weeks ago (April 8, 2016)

Updated to fix reference to ProMaster.

Ford Lands Big SUV, Van Order From U.K. Police Agencies Commented on: 26 weeks ago (January 25, 2016)

It was, but correct now. Thanks for pointing out

Mitsubishi Looks to Connect With Younger Buyers Commented on: 36 weeks ago (November 20, 2015)

We have written about that Spydrmn. See: UAW Loses Ground As Mitsubishi Closes Illinois Plant

U.S. Big Truck Sales Fall 1.4% in September Commented on: 38 weeks ago (November 5, 2015)

That would be vs. year-ago.

Fiat to Rely on 4WD, Not Pope, to Draw Buyers; More on Way From Ram Commented on: 42 weeks ago (October 7, 2015)

Right you are Mopar Sage. Thanks. Story is corrected.

U.S. Sales Soar to 10-Year High SAAR in September Commented on: 42 weeks ago (October 5, 2015)

Yes, SUVs, minivans, CUVs and light-duty pickups all part of LV numbers.

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