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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.

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Roadster to Drive Toyota, MBUSA Digital Retail Programs

U.S. Toyota and Mercedes-Benz dealers will have access to factory-branded versions of Roadster’s Express Storefront online-to-instore commerce platform starting this month.

Autotrader Names Best New Cars for 2019

Autotrader has released a list of 12 2019-MY vehicles that offer the latest in design, technology, and features and are available to U.S. buyers for $75,000 or less.

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.

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.

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.

Toyota Recalls Pickups, Other Models for Overloading Risk

Toyota is recalling 649 vehicles because they may have labels that inaccurately specify load-carrying capacity, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

4 Automakers Offer Auto-Braking Standard on Most Cars

Four of 20 automakers reported that automatic emergency braking (AEB) is standard on more than half of their 2017 model-year vehicles, according to an update released jointly by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

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.