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Autotrader Names 10 Coolest Cars for Winter 2020

To help shoppers find cars that are both fun and safe to drive during the winter months, the experts at Autotrader named the10 Coolest Cars for Winter 2020.

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Will Auto Sales Top 17 Million Vehicles for Fifth Year Running?

For the fifth year in a row, auto sales in the U.S. are expected to top 17 million vehicles.

SUVs Continue to Grow

Ford, Toyota and GM are enlarging their already hefty vehicle lines.

Trump, Democrats Agree to Revised USMCA

President Donald Trump, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and factory and labor officials all cheered the imminent passage of a revised version of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade bill.

Who Killed Cadillac?

Ziegler believes the decline of General Motors’ luxury division could have been prevented and might not be inescapable. But bringing Cadillac back from the dead would require a complete overhaul — and not just for the cars.

Average New Vehicle Prices Up Nearly 3% in October

Kelley Blue Book analysts say the average new vehicle transaction climbed to $38,259 in October, a slight decline from the prior month but 2.9% higher than a year ago.

S.C. Ford Dealer Offers Free Gun With Every Purchase

Four months after factory executives put a stop to a similar campaign at an Alabama dealership, Carolina Ford is offering a free rifle, American flag, and Bible to every sold customer through the end of November.

Escalade Leads September Lease Price Hikes

Wantalease.com reports average monthly lease payments for the Cadillac Escalade shot up nearly 40% in September, leading a pack of models that increased in price in the lull between incentive seasons.

Truck and SUV Lease Prices Fall as New Models Loom

Analysts say impending 2020 releases are putting downward pressure on lease prices in every truck and SUV category in Wantalease.com’s secondary marketplace.

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Nissan Takes Step Back in Full-Size Truck Market

Nissan will end production of the diesel V-8 variant of the Titan XD in December after failing to capture more than a fraction of U.S. full-size pickup sales in the first half of 2019.