According to a recent study, most drivers are happy with their auto insurance. But the ones who shop around usually switch providers.
February car sales were slightly weaker than January, but they were stronger than last year by 7 percent. Chrysler, Ford, Toyota, and General Motors saw their sales rise, while Honda and Nissan saw declines.
Drivers in the US are increasingly satisfied with their auto insurance, even after storms like Sandy and Isaac. J.D. Power and Associates reported that overall satisfaction climbed six points since 2011.
Fuel economy is a chief concern for 15 percent of car buyers, outranking styling, reliability, and cost. But not by much.
The results are in, and once again, Lexus and MINI have proven masters of the sales process and making customers happy, according to J.D. Power and Associates. Why are Lexus and MINI so successful on this front?
Americans have become more satisfied with their auto insurance companies, according to a new study by J.D. Power and Associates, even as out-of-pocket costs have risen, Read writes.
Chevy Volt owners are happier with their cars than any other compact owners in the US, according to a recent survey. The Chevy Volt garnered top marks across a wide range of categories, including performance, style and comfort.
June auto sales may have reached a five-year high for new cars, but don't break out the party hats just yet. Another bit of news for June auto sales is troubling.
The Dow rose 68.91 points to close at 11,061.12 in September's second gain