Cars that sell so quickly they use a dealerships lot as a drive-thru command closer to sticker price than do slower-selling models. Whats more, some limited production cars for which enthusiasts and collectors clamor like the red-hot Chevrolet Camaro Z28 can command in excess of the manufacturers list price. Those select models aside, Cars.com reports that of the 20 fastest selling new vehicles in April, 16 were SUVs/crossovers and trucks, with the remaining slots being filled by luxury models and sports cars (and not a single mainstream sedan among them). Heres a list of the 10 hottest-selling models in the car business, with their respective average days in inventory noted, for which discounts should be the slimmest this month: Subaru Forester (2015): 7 days.
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According to a press release, The IG said NHMP is an esteemed organisation but its employees have not been reciprocated with increases in their salaries in line with other police outfits, which has adversely affected morale. He also informed that many patrolling vehicles are past their useful life and need immediate replacement, while new hiring is also necessary due to an ongoing manpower shortage. The prime minister directed the principal secretary to take the necessary steps to address the issues facing NHMP.
New car registrations in Europe up 3.6 % in April: ACEA – The Economic Times
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ET SPECIAL: Save precious time tracking your investments FRANKFURT: New car registrations in Europe rose 3.6 per cent in April with mass market car makers Ford, Fiat, Renault and Opel showing stronger growth than premium brands , according to registration data from the European Automobile Manufacturer’s Association ACEA on Friday. Registrations in the European Union and the countries of the European Free Trade Association ( EFTA ) rose 6.3 per cent in the first four months of the year, in a sign that the car market is on the road to recovery after six straight years of sales contraction. April registrations for Peugeot , Renault and Opel rose 5.8 per cent, 9.0 per cent and 5.1 per cent, respectively, ACEA data show. New car registrations were up 7.3 per cent at Ford and 3 per cent at Fiat. By contrast, Mercedes-Benz registrations rose just 1.1 per cent, and rival premium brand Audi saw sales grow just 0.6 per cent.
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Remember when I described how the speed limit icon on your display changes as soon as you cross into a different speed zone? On one hand, this is great. On the other — how does it know exactly where you are to display new information? Good question. Apparently Toyota knows where we are every minute of every day, period.