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The Toyota Hilux remains Australia's best-selling vehicle but new vehicle sales in February continued decline according to data released by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) under the updated VFACTS reporting system. The February 2020 market of 79,940 new vehicle sales is a decrease of 7162 vehicle
The Toyota Prius is as ubiquitous in rideshare as the Ford Crown Victoria or Checker Manhattan was to the taxi industry. And no wonder: it's the best-selling hybrid in the USA. In fact, it's one of the best selling cars, period, which means there's an unlimited supply of clean, used, low-mile examples.
Ford has recently announced its upgrades to the Ford GT supercar for 2020.Now with a better cooling system, an increased engine power of 660 horsepower, an updated design, and a liquid carbon fiber body, Ford continues to set the standard on what performance and innovation is all about.
BMWs are far from the best-selling vehicles in the U.S. Halfway through 2016 BMW sales amounted to not quite 2% market share with a little more than 153,000 vehicles sold, according to statistics compiled by Good Car Bad Car. Still, that relatively tiny segment of new car sales is a driver for an entire category of tire technology: run-flat tires.
COVID-19 is unlikely to disappear in warm weather. Hong Kong is always warm and that does not seem to be stopping the virus. Lower rates may ease the cost of buying a car but with car prices at record highs (not hedonically adjusted), it won't do much. Thoughts from the Frontline is a free weekly economic e-letter by best-selling author