In this week's Ask Nathan:
Will the new Jeep Wagoneer be different than the new Jeep Grand Wagoneer?
Will there be a Subaru mini SUV to go against the Honda HR-V and Jeep Renegade?
Was the 2017 NAIAS a total bust?
This first question comes from a fan who wants to
The Jeep Renegade is the most popular subcompact crossover vehicle for 2016.
Jeep sold 106,606 Renegades in 2016, which was the highest subcompact crossover sales among its competitors, sales figures showed. The Jeep Renegade also sold the most in December with 12,045 vehicles.
The other subcompact crossovers that were in the top five
The Toyota Highlander may have sold the most vehicles in December, but the Ford Explorer was the top vehicle in terms of sales in 2016 in the midsize crossover segment.
Toyota sold 25,425 Highlanders in December, making it the number one vehicle in the midsize crossover segment for December. Toyota also
Auto sales in the U.S. hit record numbers in 2016. Some brands also saw their best sales years in their histories, further fueling the record numbers. In order of total sales, here is the list of all the companies that had their all-time best years in 2016. Click the right
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Subaru’s Impreza lineup for the 2017 model year is all new, and has grown in stature, quality and efficiency. The 2017 Subaru Impreza will come in two body configurations - a four-door sedan and a 5-door hatch. Both body forms represent the debut of Subaru’s Global Platform architecture, which will
Despite a slip near the end of the year that let the Toyota Corolla catch up, the Honda Civic held on to be the compact car sales champion for 2016.
The Civic also took the December sales crown, beating out the Corolla by 2,000 sales to end the year with a 6,000-sale win
The force must have been with the Nissan Rogue in December, as it not only took the compact crossover crown in December, but it was also the best-selling car in the land for the month.
The Rogue's sales were 40,477, the only car (that's not a pickup) that hit the 40k
Toyota's Camry is again the best-selling non-pickup vehicle in the U.S., taking both the midsize sedan sales crown in December and the overall sales crown for 2016.
The Camry's total sales of 388,618 was enough to stave off the Honda Civic by 22,000 sales. The Camry did fail to hit the