Ford issued a large-scale recall today affecting 1.3 million Fusion and Lincoln MKZ models with faulty steering bolts.
If you own a 2014-2018 Ford Fusion or 2014-2018 Lincoln MKZ, then you'll want to be aware of this latest safety recall. Today, Ford initiated a campaign to recall 1.3 million Fusion and
Swedish automaker Volvo sold more cars in 2014 than any other year in its history, bolstered by strong sales in China and Europe. The company sold 465,866 cars worldwide, an increase of 8.9 percent or 38,000 cars, compared to 2013.
In China, Volvo’s largest market, more than 80,000 new cars left
The 100th anniversary is a coveted milestone that should be celebrated, and Dodge did not fall short in delivering their heritage-filled rendition of the 2014 Dodge Challenger. This Challenger, painted in High Octane Red paint and clad with 100th anniversary badging throughout, makes a bold statement from any angle.
The formula for
December 2014 turned out to be a great sales month for the full-size crossover sales as well. Most of the large three-row crossovers on this list made large gains in December.
Ford Explorer took a dominant win with 189,339 units sold. Ford aims to capitalize on the success with the face-lifted
Chevy Camaro is the best selling pony car in 2014. It sold 6,628 coupes and convertibles in December 2014, which represented a 32.2% improvement over December of 2013. Don't discount the Ford Mustang and the Dodge Challenger.
The 2015 Mustang is all new and represents a shift towards independent rear suspension.
Everything is not as rosy in the compact sedan segment. While pickup trucks and crossovers are selling red hot, the smaller sedans do not show the wild sales growth. Yes, the leading Toyota Corolla grew an impressive 12.3%, Chevy Cruze grew by 10.0%, and the Nissan Sentra smashed last year's
There is no denying that the crossover segment is red hot. Most of the entries in this list had double-digit growth year-over-year. Honda CR-V is once again the top selling small crossover. It has a comfortable lead over the Ford Escape in second, which itself has an even bigger gap
It's not much of a surprise that the Toyota Camry was best selling mid-size sedan in United States in 2014. It was interesting to watch the Honda Accord gain ground throughout the year, however it's still over 40,000 units behind. Nissan Altima had a solid year, and a solid third