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Mercury Insurance Names the Most Affordable New Electric Vehicles to Insure

2021 Hyundai Santa Fe EV tops the list.

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No Clear Future Roadmap by Ford for India

Ford presently offers only five key vehicle models in the country including its flagship EcoSport and Endeavour models, which are now losing share to newer competing products.

Build-to-Order Gains Momentum

High demand coupled with low inventory has spurred consumers to order the vehicle they want.

Biden Pushes Faster Pace for Electric Vehicles at Ford Plant Visit

Biden stressed that the country needs automakers and other companies to keep manufacturing in America and “not take the benefits of our public investments and expand electric vehicles and battery manufacturing abroad."

vAuto and Ford Credit Collaborate to Connect the Right Dealership with the Right Off-Lease Inventory Faster

New integration of Ford Accelerate and vAuto's Stockwave boosts buying power for Ford dealer base through personalized local market insights and stocking recommendations.

Dealers’ Advertising Strategies for the Ford Bronco & F-150

Even with the Bronco and F-150, dealers must remain smart about their digital advertising strategies.

Autotrader Names 10 Hottest Cars of Summer 2020

Autotrader just announced its new “10 Hottest Cars of Summer” list, which highlights the top ten most-searched cars from this summer using data from Autotrader’s website.

HERE Platform Enables Hands-Free Driving for Ford Customers

Ford’s Active Drive Assist, a new driver-assist feature that allows for hands-free driving on more than 100,000 miles of divided highways in all 50 states and Canada, relies on the HERE Workspace to determine the locations of hands-free zones.

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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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.

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