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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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Hyundai Invests in Autotalks to Develop Connectivity Technology

The automaker will collaborate with Autotalks to develop the next generation Vehicle to Everything chipset for connected cars. The technology aims to improve vehicle and road safety, mobility and is viewed as vital for autonomous driving.

J.D. Power: New-Vehicle Initial Quality Improves Again

The firm’s 2018 study revealed a 4% increase in initial quality from a year ago, with Genesis, Kia, and Hyundai topping the annual study’s rankings.

Autotrader Names 10 Best Non-Luxury and Luxury CPO Programs

Topping Autotrader’s 2018 lists of non-luxury and luxury CPO programs were Hyundai and Lexus, respectively. Both offer unrivaled warranty coverages, along with several perks that make them an ideal choice for shoppers looking for a lightly used model.

Bound to Fail

Da Man returns with a message to vehicle manufacturers jumping into the subscription waters: It ain’t gonna happen.

Lexus to Offer ‘Subscription-Type Plan’ With New Compact SUV

The all-new UX crossover SUV will be Lexus' first vehicle to be offered through a subscription plan when it arrives in dealership showrooms this December.

Hyundai, Acura Take Top Honors in KBB’s ‘5-Year Cost to Own’ Awards

The firm named Hyundai as the brand with the lowest cost to own and Acura as the lowest cost luxury brand. Top vehicles were selected in 22 categories.

Genesis to Establish U.S. Dealer Network

According to the company, certain dealers who are parties to the Genesis Participation Agreement (GPA) and operate in “defined key markets” will be given first opportunity to apply for the Genesis franchise.

AIADA: Harvey Takes a Bite Out of August Auto Sales

According to the American International Automobile Dealers Association, Hyundai and Nissan registered significant sales declines in August, while Subaru, Toyota, Volkswagen, and Volvo finished the month on a high note.

KBB: Average New-Car Price Rises Nearly 1% in August

The average transaction price rose despite mixed results for major automakers, with Fiat Chrysler topping the list with a 6.1% year-over-year increase in the brand’s average price.