The Kia Soul remained as the top selling car for November among subcompact cars.
Kia sold 12,482 Souls for the month. Sales increased overall by 24.3 percent from November 2015 to November 2016, sales figures showed. Year to date figures show that Kia sold 133,341 Souls, which is a 1.2 percent
The Kia Soul remained as the best selling subcompact car in October, increasing sales by 9.7 percent.
In October, Kia sold 13,036 cars compared to September’s 11,885. But when looking at sales from October 2015 and October 2016, the Soul only had a 6.5 percent increase.
The Nissan Versa also remained in
Four subcompact cars out of 16 saw increases in sales from August to September, as the Kia Soul remained in the top spot.
The Soul sold the most cars for September in the segment with 11,885, but saw a 3 percent decrease in overall sales from August, which had a total of
Subcompact car sales remained relatively the same with the Kia Soul still selling the most out of the pack.
The Soul saw 12,253 sales for August, which is down from 13,157 sales in July or a 6.9 percent decrease, sales figures showed. The Nissan Versa remained in the number two spot with
Buyers looking for a new Honda Fit can get the base model for slightly more than the current year’s model.
The new 2017 Fit LX six speed manual transmission base model will cost $15,990 or about $100 more than 2016’s base. The Fit will also come in two other trim levels
Two Chevys and a Kia skyrocketed to near the top of the list for subcompact car sales in June.
The Chevrolet Sonic and Spark went from the middle of the pack to being the third and fourth highest selling subcompact cars, respectively, while the Kia Rio, which also was in the
The Honda Civic had another strong sales month in November to lead compact cars, but not enough to unseat the Corolla as the year's top seller.
The Civic's sales are up 8.6 percent over November 2014, with yearly sales only seeing a slight bump by one percent. The Corolla, on the
The first time Alex Lloyd drove the 12.42-mile Pikes Peak hill climb, he was already strapped into his Honda Fit race car for his first practice run.
Lloyd's flight was delayed, so the 30-year-old British driver couldn't scope out the course before making his first run.
For the 2015 Pikes Peak International