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Hit the Books: 10 Best Back-to-School Cars

Kelley Blue Book editors rank and comment on the 10 Best Back-to-School Cars for 2019, all starting at around $20,000 or less and still available on new-car lots.

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SAAR Dips to 16.6M in Watershed Sales Report

July deliveries increased 1.3% in the first monthly U.S. new-vehicle sales report to include none of the Detroit 3 automakers, but the seasonally adjusted annualized rate fell below 17 million for the fourth time this year.

Report: Infotainment, Automation Boost New-Vehicle Appeal

J.D. Power analysts say the appeal of new vehicles has improved for the fifth consecutive year, accelerated in part by improved infotainment systems and semiautonomous driving technology.

Ford, VW Reach Deal on Global Technology Partnership

Ford Motor Co. and Volkswagen AG have forged a new partnership centered on electric-vehicle and autonomous driving technology that calls for billions of dollars in investments and the introduction of a range of new vehicles.

Last VW Beetle Rolls Off Production Line

Volkswagen de Mexico has built its final Beetle, capping a legacy of 21.5 million units sold worldwide — including 5 million in the U.S. alone — and clearing the way for a new SUV.

I Was the Dieselgate Guy. Here’s What I Learned.

The dealer who chaired Volkswagen’s U.S. advisory council through the Dieselgate scandal says his experience reinforced the need to communicate with speed, influence with information, and seize leadership moments.

VW Taps DealerFire for Service-Retention Initiative

DealerSocket’s DealerFire will offer three co-op-eligible advertising packages under the recently launched Volkswagen Service and Parts Advertising Program.

KBB.com Names 10 Coolest Cars Under $20,000

Kelley Blue Book editors have named the top 10 new vehicles available for less than $20,000 in the current model-year.

KBB: Avg. Transaction Price in June Rises 3%

With cars expected to make up only 31% of July sales, the industry's average transaction price climbed by $985 from a year ago to $35,359.

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.