Mexico auto production rises 9.9% in January, says INEGI data
Global automakers with assembly plants in Mexico built 333,677 light vehicles during January, according to official data from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI). This figure represents a 9.9% increase compared to the 303,755 units built in the same month of 2018, says the INE...
FCA debuts new generation of Ram Chassis Cab work trucks at Chicago Auto Show
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles unveiled at the Chicago Auto Show the 2019 Ram 3500, 4500 and 5500 Chassis Cab work trucks, which leads the segment in capability with a segment-leading towing capacity up to 35,220 pounds, the highest Gross Combined Weight Rating of 43,000 pounds and payload up to 12,510 p...
Toyota packs the 2020 Tacoma with upgraded tech to battle the Ford Ranger
As competition in the midsize pickup segment heats up with the arrival of the Ford Ranger, Toyota Motor Corporation has packed the 2020 Tacoma pickup with revised styling, expanded multimedia tech, more comfort and convenience features and, for the TRD Pro, additional off-road tech. The most popula...
Volkswagen unveils the sporty 2019 Jetta GLI at the Chicago Auto Show
Today, Volkswagen of America unveiled the long-awaited 2019 Jetta GLI at the Chicago Auto Show. Built on the success of the all-new Jetta, the new GLI ups the performance ante with more power, sharper handling, and features shared with GTI and Golf R. “Volkswagen has long been synonymous with sm...
This is how auto sales ended up in North America during January
Even though this year car sales went on a slow start in North America, the results of the first month are better than expected. Total deliveries reached nearly 1.37 million vehicles with almost 1.15 million units sold in the U.S. alone. Mexico recorded the first increase in deliveries in more than ...

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