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Report: Best Cars for Teen Drivers

Honda, Hyundai, and Kia topped U.S. News & World Report's annual ‘Best New Cars for Teens’ list, while Buick, Toyota, and GM led the way in the pre-owned category.

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Toyota, Honda Dealers Top Temkin’s 2018 Customer Experience Ratings

Auto dealers tied for 12th out of 20 industries ranked in the eighth edition of Temkin Group’s Customer Experience Ratings. Ford and Mercedes-Benz dealers also earned top rankings.

KBB: Average New-Car Prices Rise 2% in February

Transaction prices have remained unaffected so far this year by the expected slowdown in new-vehicle demand. Notable increases were recorded by American Honda, Toyota Motor Co., and Volkswagen.

KBB: New-Vehicle Sales Expected to Fall 2% in October

Despite the expected decline, October looks to be relatively strong on strong replacement demand in hurricane-impacted states and higher incentive spending. Kelley Blue Book analysts, however, believe these are indicators that new-vehicle demand is still contracting.

KBB: September’s Avg. New-Vehicle Price Up $144 From a Year Ago

New-car affordability continued to be a challenge for car buyers, with the average transaction price closing in on $35,000 in September.

AIADA: Asian Brands Lead the Way for International Nameplates in March

With the Industry SAAR falling below 17 million for the first time since August, the trade group said the industry's March sales performance 'suggests that sales may be plateauing.' The association said now is the time for dealers to tighten their operations and push back on any tax increases on consumers.

AIDA: Trucks Up, Sales Down in February

America's 9,500 international nameplate franchises accounted for 54% of all new vehicles sold in the United States in February. Industrywide, 1.33 million light vehicles were sold last month.

No Sedans Among KBB’s Top 12 Family Cars

Kelley Blue Book’s list of the best family vehicles for the 2017 model year includes eight SUVs, four minivans, and no sedans.

Autodata: December Sales Push 2016 New-Vehicle Sales Above 17.5 Million

The 3.1% year-over-year increase in new-vehicle sales in December was more than enough to push the industry’s annual sales tally above the 17.5 million-unit mark for 2016, according to Autodata Corp.

New-Vehicle Sales Rise 3.7% in November, Autodata Reports

The industry sold 1.38 million new units in November, a 3.7% increase from a year ago, according to Autodata Corp. November's seasonally adjusted annual rate was 17.87 million, which was slightly lower than last November’s SAAR of 18.25 million.