For those Buick fans that don’t want or need a vehicle as large as the Enclave, Buick bowed with a right-sized option in 2013 in the form of the Encore 5-passenger crossover vehicle. The 2017 Buick Encore came across initially as a mini Enclave anyway - an intentional styling move
The Jeep Renegade remains the top choice for buyers in the subcompact crossover segment for the month of July.
The Renegade remained in the top spot for the majority of the year, having sold 10,057 for July. The Chevrolet Trax seemed to gain in popularity from June to July, jumping to number
The completely redesigned Honda Civic continues to resonate with consumers as it rode another strong month to stay on top of the compact car sales charts again for July.
The Civic's sales were up 5.8 percent over July 2015, the second highest gain among its competitors, and is up 17.6 percent
Like the Buick cars of yesteryear and their plush rides? Think Lexus has gotten too pricey? Buick would like to introduce to you the 2017 LaCrosse. The new full-sizer is lighter by 300 pounds, longer, lower, and wider than the previous generation. Those are all good things but it has also achieved a
The Toyota Camry extended its lead in the midsize sedan sales race, but lost out to the Honda CR-V for the overall monthly crown.
Camry sales were down for the month over July 2015 - as were most on the list - by 11 percent, but it was still enough to
The Jeep Renegade still reigned as the subcompact crossover sales king in June, despite seeing a reduction in the number of sales over last month.
Sales in June came to 9,688, which was a 10.9 percent decrease from May. However, in the subcompact crossover market, the Renegade stayed at the head of
Honda did something very right with the new Civic, and customers agree as it again took the compact car sales crown in June.
The Civic, which has had strong sales all year, was up nearly 11 percent over June 2015 and is up nearly 20 percent for the year. It narrowly
Toyota's ubiquitous Camry kept the midsize car sales lead - and the overall sales lead, too - despite a weak month as sales dropped 13 percent from last year.
The Camry had a comfortable 2,000-sale lead for June and has a very comfortable 27,000-sale lead for the year. Both leads are