The demand for many used vehicles is high right now. Here are the most popular 2014 models for used vehicles.
Toyota recall of nearly 6.4 million vehicles includes almost 30 models mostly sold in North America, Europe, and Japan. The latest Toyota recall comes just weeks after the automaker paid a $1.2 billion fine for failing to disclose earlier safety problems in its cars.
Toyota recall involves 880,584 RAV4 SUVs and Lexus HS 250h sedans because a recall announced last year may not have fixed a safety issue. At least nine crashes related to issue leading to the Toyota recall have been reported.
Compact SUVs and Crossovers have struck a chord with buyers in recent years, and sales have grown at a faster rate than the rest of the industry in the first part of the year.
Car sales were strong in March. Major automakers including Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, General Motors and Nissan all reported increased car sales, with some reporting their best monthly totals since the start of the Great Recession in December of 2007.
Plug-in sales dropped slightly in November with Nissan Leaf's steady sales unable to make up for the drop in Chevy Volt sales, Voelcker writes. The Chevy Volt range-extended electric car, logged 1,519 sales.
Toyota recall involves cars, including the popular Camry, trucks, and SUVs. The US accounts for a third of the 7.4 million vehicles involved in the worldwide Toyota recall.
Toyota recall will involve 760,000 RAV4s and 18,000 Lexus HS 250h vehicles because of the potential for rear-suspension arms to fail. But before the Toyota recall, the automaker has to figure out how to fix them.
Latest installment of Monitor writer Mark Clayton's quest to buy a plug-in car: There are more than a dozen plug-in vehicles, but high costs and the lack of availability quickly narrow down the choices.