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If an “up” walked into your showroom or went by your dealership website searching for a subcompact model, new information from Jumpstart Automotive Media shows there’s a good chance that shopper was looking for the smallest versions of a CUV or SUV.
In time for end-of-summer shopping, Cars.com recently released a list of the most popular convertibles among consumers.
The year was 2001, and the state was Maryland.
The vehicle was a silver Honda Insight.
It was the first used hybrid ever sold by CarMax, according to the company.
Toyota, Kia and Tesla are the brands that online consumers are shopping for the most this year, according to Jumpstart Automotive Media's latest shopper study released on Monday.
Autotrader’s newly released Hottest Cars for Summer 2017 list names the current 10 most-searched new, used and certified pre-owned cars on its site.
The company looked at search volume from January to the end of May and found that American consumers currently favor domestics.
Thanks to a new patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Cars.com produced what the company said is a first-to-market solution that can pinpoint key mobile shopping data from consumers actively looking for vehicles on dealer lots nationwide.
The Cars.com annual ranking of the "most-American" vehicles has not only been revamped this year, but for the first time, the Jeep Wrangler/Wrangler Unlimited tops the company's list, followed by the Jeep Cherokee in second place.
In celebration of July 4th, Swapalease.com has come out with some patriotic fun facts about what Americans are driving.
Though men and women may share the same anticipation for the holiday, Swapalease says that males drive American-made cars considerably more than females.
Jumpstart Automotive Media’s newly released share of shopper interest data from last month shows strong gains among domestic OEMs such as Chevorlet and Dodge.