Focus on customer satisfaction, showroom upgrades to enhance brand
This week on Cycleweird we explore the dim past of Sears and Roebuck's first mail-order motorcycle. If you're a rider of a certain age like me, you probably remember the Sears catalog.
Domestic companies struggle to make a dent in Maruti Suzuki's stronghold India boasts the world's fifth-largest auto market and a rapidly growing economy.
Another batch of spy photographs taken near General Motors' proving grounds in Milford, Mich., show Cadillac One, the latest presidential limousine, still undergoing development tests.
New-vehicle quality is at its highest level ever, improving a significant 8% from last year, according to the J.D. Power 2017 U.S. Initial Quality Study,SM (IQS) released today.
Thailand has the world’s worst drivers, with a road-traffic death rate of 36.2 per 100,000 population. The average for developed nations is 9.3, compared with 24.1 for low-income and 18.4 for middle-income countries.
For the second year running, the 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8 that powers the 488 GTB, 488 Spider and with a slightly smaller displacement the California T and GTC4Lusso T, has taken the outright International Engine of the Year Award
Phoenix-based start-up Phat Scooters launches two e-scoot models If it's a day ending in "Y" that means somewhere around the world another start-up company is building electric scooters or motorcycles.
The Octavia remains the perennial bestseller of the marque, but the Fabia isn’t too far behind. With 202,800 units sold in 2016
“The start of operations with the Volvo 7900 Electric marks yet another important step for all of us who work for a cleaner, quieter urban environment and more attractive public transport.
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