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  1. 7 New Cars that People Most Regret Buying: Buick Regal, Chevrolet Sonic, BMW X1, Dodge Charger, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Chevrolet Cruze, and Nissan Frontier.
  2. Self-driving cars could reduce traffic fatalities by 90% by 2050, or about 30,000 lives each year, and it is estimated that 10 million self-driving cars will be on the road by 2020.
  3. As of March 2016 the average price of gasoline around the world is $3.80 per gallon.
  4. The 2015 Toyota Miral ($57,500), a 4-seater hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle, can drive up to 300 miles and refuels only 5 minutes at a hygrogen station; there are only 12 hygrogen stations in California.
  5. The 2015 Tesla Model S ($75,000), a full-sized plug-in electric five-door, luxury liftback, produced by Tesla Motors has a range of 240 miles from a full electricity/battery charge. The battery is required 5 hours to have a full charge either at home or 9,533 stations nationwide, or 20 minutes with Supercharger at one of 429 Supercharer stations nationwide.
  6. The 2015 Chevrolet Volt ($35,000), a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle manufactured by GM, has a range of 38 miles from its lithium-ion battery pack. The battery is required 10 hours to have a full charge either at home or 9,533 stations nationwide.
  7. The 2015 Leaf ($29,000), a compact five-door hatchback electric car manufactured by Nissan has a range of 84 miles from a full electricity/battery charge. The battery is required 16 hours to have a full charge either at home or 9,533 stations nationwide.
  8. Based on a result of Consumer Reports' annual research survey, top 10 cars can drive over 200,000 miles:
  9. General Motors cuts its powertrain warranty on Chevrolet and GMC vehicles for the 2016 model year. The five-year, 100,000-mile powertrain coverage, in place for nearly a decade, will be reduced to five years and 60,000 miles for the 2016 models.
  10. Automakers sold more than 16.5 million new vehicles in the U.S. in 2014, up 5.9 percent from 2013. The most popular car model was the Ford F-Series pickup. Americans bought 754,000 of them, making it the top-selling vehicle for the 33rd year in a row.
  11. In 2014 General Motor and Volkswagen sold 9.9 million and 10.1 million vehicles worldwide, respectively.
  12. In 2013 Toyota's global sales were 10.32 million while General Motor sold only 7.92 million vehicle worldwide.
  13. The U.S, Germany, Japan, Britain and China has 845, 593, 540, 525 and 37 motor vehicles for every 1,000 people, respectively.
  14. A 200 horsepower car doesn’t actually have the power of 200 horses, it’s more like the power of 285 horses.
  15. Silver is the most available color in the vehicle market, followed by black, white, red, blue, and gray. Pink is the least likely color to find.
  16. Automatic transmissions outnumber manual 10 to 1 in the market for vehicles.
  17. Six cylinder vehicles are the most popular on the car market
  18. Eight of 11 luxury cars from the 2012 model years failed the new crash test. The Audi A4, Lexus ES 350, Lexus IS 250/350 and Mercedes-Benz C-Class received "poor" ratings, the Acura TSX, BMW 3 Series, Lincoln MKZ and Volkswagen CC were rated "marginal", the Infiniti G received "acceptable" rating, and the Acura TL and Volvo S60 earned "good" ratings.
  19. Lamborghini Aventador can reach at a ground speed of 217 mph.
  20. The world's fastest production cars are the Bugatti Veyron and the SSC Super Aero.
  21. Bugatti Veyron Super Sports $2,400,000; Pagani Zonda Clinque Roadster $1,850,000; Lamborghini Reventon $1,600,000; Koenigsegg Agera R $1,600,000; McLaren F1 $970,000; Ferrari Enzo $670,000; Pagani Zonda C12 F $667,321; SSC Ultimate Aero $654,400;. Ascari A10 $650,000; Saleen S7 Twin Turbo $555,000; and Koenigsegg CCX $545,568 are the most expensive cars in the world in 2011-2012.
  22. In the US, 50% of cars stolen were reported unlocked, of which 58% were recovered, and only 13% of car thefts were arrested. 1/3 of cars thefts occurred in California and Texas
  23. Ten most stolen vehicles in the U.S. since 1990: 1994 Honda Accord EX Sedan, 1998 Honda Civic HX Coupe, 2006 Ford F-150, 1991 Toyota Camry, 2000 Dodge Caravan, 1994 Acura Integra GS-R Sedan, 1999 Chevrolet Silverado, 2004 Dodge Ram, 2002 Ford Explorer, 1994 Nissan Sentra.. - (Source: auto.msn.com)
  24. The first car radio was invented in 1929 by Paul Gavin.
  25. Hybrid cars (e.g.; Toyota Prius) produce 90% less pollutants than comparable non-hybrid cars.
  26. An airbag takes only 40 milliseconds to inflate after an accident.
  27. Chevrolet Aveo, Mitsubishi Lancer, Dodge Avenger, Dodge Charger/Dodge Magnum, Mitsubishi Eclipse, Jeep Liberty, Chevrolet Colorado/GMC Canyon, Suzuki XL7, Jeep Wrangler, and Land Rover Range Rover Sport are 10 used cars to avoid.
  28. There were about 11.8 million cars and light trucks sold in the U.S. in 2010, up from 10.4 million the year before.
  29. The very last car to be able to play cassettes was the Ford Crown Victoria is the last car to be able to play cassettes as an optional player in 2011.
  30. Auto industry recalled 20 million vehicles in 2010. Toyota, GM, Chrysler and Ford recalled about 7.1 million, 4 million, 2 million and 500,000 vehicles, respectively. Honda and Nissan both recalled more than 2 million cars and trucks.
  31. In Vietnam, a traffic violation can be fined up to $630 for cars and $370 for motorbikes. Drivers caught paying off police can be fined up to $158 while officers who accept money risk being fired. Every day, 7,000 new motorbikes and 500 new automobiles hit the road in this Southeast Asian country of 86 million people with an average monthly income of about $80.
  32. The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, designed almost completely carbon fiber, can go 0-60 in 2.4 seconds.
  33. The world's most expensive cars are:
  34. It takes around six months to build a Rolls Royce, but only 13 hours to build a Toyota.
  35. In the U.S three out of four automotive transactions involve previously owned vehicles
  36. Hong Kong has more Rolls Royce cars  per person than anywhere else in the world.
  37. In 1916, fifty five (55) percent of the cars in the world were Model T Fords.
  38. The average car likely has three owners in its lifetime.
  39. The United States has almost one car per person.
  40. The most frequently searched price range for a used vehicle is under $5,000.
  41. The heaviest limousine, "Midnight Rider" weighs 50,560 lb. It houses up to 40 passengers, has three lounges and a separate bar .
  42. In 2010 Ferrari makes about 14 cars a day.
  43. Frenchmen Louis-Rene Panhard and Emile Levassor are recognized for inventing the modern transmission is in 1894, but Thomas J. Sturtevant of Boston, MA, designed the first automatic transmission in 1904.
  44. The average vehicle likely has three owners in its lifetime.
  45. Silver is the most available color in the vehicle market.
  46. Gasoline will never freeze, no matter how cold it gets.
  47. Chrysler built B-29's that dropped nuclear bombs in Japan, Mitsubishi built Zeros that tried to shoot them down. Both companies now build cars in a joint car production venture in Normal, Illinois.
  48. Car airbags kill 1 person for every 22 lives that they save.
  49. The Lexus ES 330's performance was a weak point because it only had 218 horsepower and was fairly heavy at 3,472 pounds. The Lexus ES 350 weighs 3,580 pounds, but its V6 provides a considerable boost to 272 horsepower and produces more torque.
  50. The most expensive car ever sold is the 1931 Bugatti Royale Kellner Couple with a price of $8,700,000.
  51. Vintage Bugatti bought for $88 (£60) in 1950 auctioned for $625,575 (£430k) in July 2011.
  52. The First Japanese car in the United States was the Honda Accord manufactured in November 1982.
  53. Texas has more used vehicles (average 220,000) than any other state.
  54. 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster sold for $11.7 million at Gooding & Co's auction in Pebble Beach.
  55. Chevrolet Imphala had a breaking sales record of more than one million in 1965.
  56. The Benz became the first car offered for sale in 1887.
  57. The 1967 Shelby Mustang GT-500, which was used in the movie "Gone in 60 Seconds:, is recognized as one of the most famous cars in the world ever.
  58. In 1909, 22-year-old Alice Ramsey made history as the first woman to drive across the United States It took 59 days to complete and covered 3,800 miles.
  59. Toyota issued a recall covering 2.3 million vehicles in the U.S., saying there is a possible problem with accelerator pedals. The models affected included: 2005-2010 Avalon, certain 2007-2010 Camry, 2009-2010 Corolla, 2009-2010 Matrix, 2010 Highlander, 2009-2010 RAV4, 2008-2010 Sequoia, and 2007-2010 Tundra. On 1/21/2010 it has stopped selling these vehicles.
  60. Toyota has recalled 9.1 million cars because floor mats could trap the gas pedals. The models involved included: 2005-2010 Avalon, 2007-2010 Camry, 2009-2010 Corolla, 2008-2010 Highlander, 2009-1010 Matrix, 2004-2009 Prius, 2005-2010 Tacoma, 2007-2010 Tundra, 2009-1010 Venza, 2007-2010 Lexus ES 350, 2006-2010 Lexus IS 250/IS 350, and 2009-1010 Pontiac Vibe (in partnership with General Motors).


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Gas Prices Around The World


Average Gas Prices per Gallon by Country (2014)
Austria $7.09 Australia $5.87 Argentina $5.38 Brazil $5.58
Barbados $6.02 Bahrain $1.02 Bulgaria $6.40 Canada $4.62
Croatia $7.08 Chile $6.22 China $4.75 Columbia $4.83
Cuba $4.69 Cyprus $6.93 Czech Republic $6.84 Denmark $7.93
Egypt $1.03 Estonia $6.53 Finland $8.05 France $8.52
Germany $8.09 Greece $8.30 Hong Kong $8.21 Hungary $7.16
India $5.07 Indonesia $4.62 Iran $2.16 Iraq $1.44
Ireland $7.79 Israel $7.86 Italy $8.31 Japan $6.09
Jordan $4.92 Kuwait $0.80 Kazakhstan $3.71 Luxembourg $6.51
Malaysia $2.31 Malta $7.27 Mexico $3.43 Morocco $5.70
New Zealand $6.69 Netherlands $8.95 Nigeria $2.27 Norway $10.08
Pakistan $3.95 Philippines $4.89 Poland $6.28 Portugal $8.38
Romania $7.19 Russia $3.60 Saudi Arabia $.05 Singapore $6.33
Slovakia $7.31 Slovenia $7.39 South Africa $5.38 South Korea $6.77
Spain $7.11 Sweden $8.10 Switzerland $7.26 Thailand $4.68
Turkey $9.55 UAE $1.77 UK $7.99 United States $3.53
Venezuela $0.05 Vietnam $4.22 - - - -


Major Auto Recalls
Has a recalled vehicle been repaired? Find out using the VIN search
(Sources: Recalls.gov, NHTSA, SafeCar.org, Auro Recalls & MSN)
Maker # Affected Model Recalled Detect Date & NHTSA
KIA 208,858 Recalling 208,858 Kia Soul and Kia Soul EV cars. The recall covers 2014–2015 Soul and Soul EV models. Due to an “unsupported section of the pedal” can bend and crack, which would make accelerating a tad difficult. Recalled: March 2015
GM 50,249 Recalling 50,249 Chevrolet Volt plug-in cars. The recall covers Volts from the 2011 to 2013 model years. To make a software fix that will ensure that drivers and passengers don't accidentally subject themselves to carbon monoxide poisoning through a mix-up about whether the car's engine is running. Recalled: March 2015
GM 1.6 million Recalling more than 780,000 Chevrolet Cobalts and Pontiac G5s, 842,000 Saturn Ion compacts, Chevrolet HHR SUVs and Pontiac Solstice and Saturn Sky sports cars. Due to a faulty ignition switches linked to multiple fatal crashes. Recalled: February 2014
GM 303,300 Recalling 303,000 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra in the U.S. to fix engine fires. Due to a software glitch “that can cause the exhaust components to overheat and cause fires under the hood.” Recalled: January 2014
Honda 344,000 Recalling 344,000 2007-2008 Odyssey minivans in the U.S. Due to a software glitch making it “possible for the VSA system to apply the vehicle's brakes unexpectedly under certain conditions” Recalled: November 2013
Toyota 870,000 Recalling 870,000 2012-2013 Camrys, Venzas and Avalons, including hybrid versions of those cars. Due to a problem with an air conditioner part could cause airbags to deploy unnecessarily Recalled: October 2013
Chrysler 142,000 Around 132,000 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs and 10,800 RAM pickup trucks from the 2014 model year are being recalled. Due to a software glitch Jeep's warning lights may randomly illuminate and its instrument cluster may black out. Recalled: October 2013
Ford 465,000 2013 Ford Explorer SUV, Taurus sedan, Flex crossover, Fusion sedan, Police Interceptor Utility and Police Interceptor Sedan; and the 2013 Lincoln MKS sedan, MKT crossover, and MKZ sedan. A fuel delivery module in the vehicles' fuel tanks may leak, representing a fire risk. Recalled: June 2013
GM & Isuzu 258,000 Chevrolet TrailBlazer, GMC Envoy, Buick Rainier, Isuzu Ascender and Saab 97-X S.U.V.’s from the 2006 and 2007 model years. The possibility of short circuits in power-window and door-lock switches that can cause fires. Recalled: August 2012
Honda 1. 550,000 2002-2004 CR-Vs and 2003 Pilots
2. 1,300 2006 CR-Vs
1. 2002-2004 CR-Vs and 2003 Pilots
2. 1,300 2006 CR-Vs
1. Low-beam headlights can fail.
2. Potential failure of a weld on the suspension, which could cause the steering to fail.
Recalled: March 2012
- Recall Info
BMW 1.3 million 2003-2010: BMW 5- and 6-series cars. Battery cable covering in the trunk was incorrectly installed. This can result in the electrical system malfunctioning, the vehicle failing to start and, in some cases, to charring or fire. Recalled: March 2012
- Recall Info
BMW 570,000 2003-2010: BMW 5- and 6-series cars. Battery cable connector can fail and cause the engines to stall. Recalled: February 2013
- Recall Info
Toyota 6.67 million 2004-2010 Toyota Avalon, Camry, Corolla, Corolla Matrix, Highlander, Prius, RAV4, Tacoma, Tundra; various Lexus models. The accelerator pedal may become hard to depress, slow to return to idle, or, in the worst case, mechanically stuck in a partially depressed position, increasing the risk of a crash. Recalled: October 2009 and January 2010
NHTSA #09V38800, and 10V017000
Ford 14+ million 1992-2003: Ford Explorer, Excursion, Ranger, Windstar, E-150 - 450 and F-150 - 450; Mercury Mountaineer. Vehicle cruise switch control problem. A vehicle fire could occur with or without the engine running. Recalled: 2009
NHTSA #09V399000
Ford 7.9 million 1988-1993: Ford Aerostar, Bronco, Crown Victoria, Escort, Mustang, Tempo and Thunderbird; Ford F-Series trucks; Lincoln Town Car; Mercury Cougar, Grand Marquis and Topaz Electrical system: faulty ignition switch. The ignition switch could experience an internal short circuit Recalled: April 1996
NHTSA #96V071000
GM 6,682,084 1965-1970 Chevrolet Bel Air, Brookwood, Camaro, Caprice, Chevy II, G Series, Impala, Kingswood, Nova, P Series, C Series and Townsman; GMC C Series, G Series and P Series. Engine-mount failure. There is a possibility that a separated motor mount may allow the engine to lift, which may affect the throttle linkage, momentarily increasing throttle, possibly to full throttle. Unexpected loss of throttle control may cause loss of vehicle control and an accident. Recalled: 1971
NHTSA #71V235000
GM 5.82 million 1978-1981 Buick Century and Regal; Chevrolet El Camino, Malibu and Monte Carlo; GMC Caballero; Oldsmobile Cutlass; Pontiac Grand Prix and LeMans. The bolts that attach the lower rear control arm to the frame may fracture. The rear control arm supports and positions the rear axle. Fracture of the bolts would allow the control arm to drop free. Recalled: February 1981
NHTSA #81V025000
Ford 4.07 million 1970-'71 Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles. Seatbelts fraying and detaching - The shoulder belt pin connector plastic sleeves which were injection molded can have surface imperfections or discontinuities at the point at which thermal plastic is injected into mold and where flow diverges to fill both sides of the ring. If the condition exists and the sleeve breaks away from the pin, the shoulder belt will not remain engaged to the seat belt buckle. Recalled: June 1972
NHTSA #72V160000
GM 3.71 million 1971-'72 Buick Centurion, Electra, Estate Wagon, LeSabre and Riviera; Chevrolet Bel Air, Biscayne, Brookwood, Caprice, Impala, Kingswood, Kingswood Estate and Townsman; Oldsmobile 88 and 98; Pontiac Bonneville, Grand Ville and Catalina The possibility exists that driving on unpaved road surfaces, particularly roads which are heavily graveled and which are extremely wavy or filled with chuckholes, at speeds which cause the car to pitch excessively, the front crossmember may scoop up loose stones or gravel and could be thrown into the engine compartment. It is possible for one of these stones to lodge between the steering coupling and the frame and cause increased steering effort or interference with steering control of the car when steering wheel is turned to the left. Recalled: January 1973
NHTSA #73V013000


The Most Expensive New Cars
Saleen S7
($395,000)
Rolls-Royce Corniche
($364,000)
Bentley Azure Mulliner
($377,000)
Lamborghini Murciélago
($237,000)
Aston Martin Vanquish
($228,000)
Ferrari 575 M Maranello
($215,000)
Porsche GT2
($181,000)
BMW Z8
($131,000)
Mercedes-Benz CL 600
($120,000)


World Motor Vehicle Production
2010 77,609,901 2011 80,064,168 2012 84,141,209 2013 NA
2009 61,703,997 2006 69,222,975 2003 60,663,225 2000 58,374,162
2008 70,520,493 2005 66,482,439 2002 58,994,318 1999 56,258,892
2007 73,266,061 2004 64,496,220 2001 56,304,925 1998 57,987,000


2012 World Motor Vehicle Production Statistics
Source: OICA
China 19,271,808 Spain 1,979,179 Czech Rep 1,178,938
Japan 9,942,711 France 1,967,765 Poland 647,803
United States 10,328,884 Mexico 3,001,974 Turkey 1,072,339
Germany 5,649,269 Canada 2,462,732 Italy 671,768
South Korea 4,557,738 Iran 989,110 Russia 2,231,737
Brazil 3,342,617 U.K. 1,576,945 Indonesia 1,065,557
India 4,145,194 Thailand 2,483,043 Argentina 764,495


2011 World Motor Vehicle Production Statistics
Source: OICA
China 18,418,876 Spain 2,353,682 Czech Rep 1,199,834
Japan 8,398,654 France 2,294,889 Poland 837,132
United States 8,653,560 Mexico 2,680,037 Turkey 1,189,131
Germany 6,311318 Canada 2,134,893 Italy 790,348
South Korea 4,657,094 Iran 1,648,505 Russia 1,988,036
Brazil 3,406,150 U.K. 1,463,999 Indonesia 837,948
India 3,936,448 Thailand 1,478,460 Argentina 828,771


2010 World Motor Vehicle Production Statistics
Source: OICA
China 18,264,667 Spain 2,387,900 Czech Rep 1,076,385
Japan 9,625,940 France 2,227,742 Poland 869,376
United States 7,761,443 Mexico 2,345,124 Turkey 1,094,557
Germany 5,905,985 Canada 2,071,026 Italy 857,359
South Korea 4,271,941 Iran 1,599,454 Russia 1,403,244
Brazil 3,648,358 U.K. 1,393,463 Belgium 555,302
India 3,536,783 Thailand 1,644,513 Argentina 716,540


2009 World Motor Vehicle Production Statistics
Source: OICA
China 13,790,994 Spain 2,170,078 Czech Rep 974,569
Japan 7,934,516 France 2,047,658 Poland 884,133
United States 5,708,852 Mexico 1,561,052 Turkey 869,605
Germany 5,209,857 Canada 1,490,632 Italy 843,239
South Korea 3,512,926 Iran 1,395,421 Russia 722,431
Brazil 3,182,617 U.K. 1,090,139 Belgium 537,354
India 2,632,694 Thailand 999,378 Argentina 512,924


Automobile Sales in the U.S. in 2014

Automaker Sale Automaker Sale
  • GM
  • Ford
  • Toyota
  • Chrysler
  • Honda
  • Nissan
  • Hyundai
  • Kia
  • Volkswagen
  • Subaru
  • 2,935,008
    2,471,315
    2,373,771
    2,090.639
    1,540,872
    1,368,895
    725,718
    580,234
    552,720
    513,693
  • BMW
  • Mercedes Benz
  • Mazda
  • Mitsubishi
  • Jaguar Land Rover
  • Volvo
  • Porsche
  • Tesla
  • Maserati
  • Ferrari
  • 396,655
    366,588
    305,801
    77,643
    67,238
    56,366
    47,007
    18,750
    12,942
    2,145


    Automobile Sales
    (S in the US and P Worldwide)

    Company 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
  • BMW (P)
  • Daimler (P)
  • Chery (P)
  • Chrysler (S)
  • GM (S)
  • Fiat (P)
  • Ford (S)
  • Honda (P)
  • Hyundai (P)
  • Isuzu (P)
  • Mitsubishi (P)
  • PSA/Peugeot (P)
  • Renault/Nissan (P)
  • Suzuki (P)
  • Tata (P)
  • Toyota (P)
  • Volkswagen (P)
  • 1,203,482
    1,643,300
    399,400
    1,453,122
    2,980,688
    2,603,700
    1,988,376
    3,950,000
    4,774,600
    73,400
    1,486,000
    3,338,200
    5,890,100
    2,568,100
    494,300
    9,225.236
    6,323,100
    1,043,829
    1,447,953
    508,567
    9931,402
    2,084,492
    2,460,222
    1,620,888
    3,012,637
    4,645,776
    316,335
    802,463
    3,042,311
    5,040,571
    2,387,537
    627,045
    7,234,439
    6,054,829
    1,236,989
    1,940,465
    692,438
    1,085,211
    2,215,227
    2,410,021
    1,935,462
    3,643,057
    5,764,918
    NA
    1,174,383
    3,605,524
    6,698,448
    2,892,945
    1,011,343
    8,557,351
    7,341,065
    1,440,315
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    640,000
    1,369,114
    2,503,820
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    2,143.101
    2,909,000
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    7,858,091
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    1,547,057
    2,198,029
    1,200,000
    1,651,787
    2,595,717
    ----------
    2,250,165
    4,110,000
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    9,909,440
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    1,800,368
    2,786,078
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    2,493,918
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    Top Vehicle Brands (by Volume)
    Brand
    Market
    1. Toyota Motor Corp ( Japan)
    Daihatsu Global (except North America and Australia)
    Hino Asia Pacific, North America and South America
    Lexus Global
    Scion North America
    Toyota Global
    2. General Motors Company ( United States)
    Buick North America, China, Israel, Taiwan
    Cadillac North America, Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa
    Chevrolet Global (except Australia, New Zealand)
    GMC North America, Middle East
    Holden Australia, New Zealand
    Opel Global (except North America, United Kingdom)
    Vauxhall United Kingdom
    3. Volkswagen Group AG (  Germany)
    Audi Global
    Bentley Global
    Bugatti Global
    Lamborghini Global
    Scania Global
    SEAT Europe, South America, North Africa, Middle East
    Škoda Global (except North America, Japan and South Africa)
    Volkswagen Global
    Volkswagen (Commercial) Global
    4. Hyundai Motor Group (  South Korea)
    Hyundai Global
    Kia Global, except Mexico
    5. Ford Motor Company (  United States)
    Ford Global
    Lincoln North America, Middle East, Japan, South Korea
    6. Nissan (  Japan)
    Infiniti Global (except Japan, South America and Africa)
    Nissan Global
    7. Honda Motor Company (  Japan)
    Acura North America, China
    Honda Global
    8. PSA Peugeot Citroën S.A. (  France)
    Citroën Global (except North America, South Asia)
    Peugeot Global (except North America, South Asia)
    9. Suzuki Motor Corp (  Japan)
    Maruti Suzuki India, Middle East, South America
    Suzuki Global
    10. Renault (  France)
    Dacia Europe, Latin America, Africa, Asia, except Japan
    Renault Global (except North America, South Korea)
    Renault Samsung South America, Asia (except Japan and China)
    11. Fiat S.p.A. (  Italy)
    Abarth Global (except North America)
    Alfa Romeo Global
    Ferrari Global
    Fiat Global
    Fiat Professional Global (except North America and Japan)
    Lancia Europe (except UK and Ireland) and Japan
    Maserati Global
    12. Daimler AG (  Germany)
    Freightliner North America, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand
    Master Pakistan
    Maybach Global
    Mercedes-Benz Global
    Mitsubishi Fuso Global
    Orion North America
    Setra Europe
    Smart North America, Europe, Japan, South East Asia, South Africa
    Thomas Built North America
    Western Star North America, Australia, New Zealand
    13. Chrysler Group, LLC (  United States)
    Chrysler Global
    Dodge Global
    Jeep Global
    Ram North America
    14. BMW AG (  Germany)
    BMW Global
    MINI Global
    Rolls-Royce Global
    15. Mazda Motor Corp ( Japan)
    Mazda Global
    16. Mitsubishi Motors Corp (  Japan)
    Mitsubishi Global
    17. Chana Automobile Company, Ltd (  China)
    Chana China, South Africa, Europe
    18. Tata Motors, Ltd (  India)
    Hispano Europe
    Jaguar Global
    Land Rover Global
    Tata Global (except North America)
    Tata Daewoo South Korea
    19. First Automotive Group Corp (  China)
    Besturn China
    Freewind China
    Haima China
    Hongqi China
    Jiaxing China
    Vita China
    Xiali China
    20. Geely Automobile (  China)
    Geely China, Russia, North Africa
    Maple China
    Volvo(Cars) Global
    21. Chery Automobile Company, Ltd (  China)
    Chery China, Africa, South East Asia, Russia
    Riich China
    Rely China
    22. Fuji Heavy Industries, Ltd (  Japan)
    Subaru Global
    23. Dongfeng Motor Corporation (  China)
    Dongfeng China
    24. Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Corp, Ltd (  China)
    BAW China
    Foton China
    25. OAO AvtoVAZ (  Russia)
    Lada Global (except North America and Portugal)
    VAZ Russia
    26. BYD Auto (  China)
    BYD China, Russia
    27. Isuzu Motors, Ltd (  Japan)
    Isuzu Global (except North America)
    28. Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Company, Ltd (  China)
    JAC China
    29. Brilliance China Automotive Holding, Ltd (  China)
    Brilliance China, North Africa
    Jinbei China
    30. Great Wall Motor Company, Ltd (  China)
    Great Wall China, South Africa, Russia, North Africa, Australia
    Litex Motors Europe
    31. Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp (  China)
    MG Motor United Kingdom, Chile, Argentina, China
    Roewe China
    Soyat China
    Yuejin China
    32. Mahindra & Mahindra, Ltd (  India)
    Mahindra India, South East Asia, Europe, North Africa, North America
    SsangYong Global
    33. Hafei Motor (  China)
    Hafei China
    34. AB Volvo (  Sweden)
    Mack Global
    Nissan Diesel Global
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    • Automobile Industry - The automotive industry designs, develops, manufactures, markets, and sells motor vehicles, and is one of the world's most important economic sectors by revenue. Around the world, there were about 806 million cars and light trucks on the road in 2007, consuming over 260 billion US gallons (980,000,000 m3) of gasoline and diesel fuel yearly.
    • Auto Buyer - The site provides an online service paid for by subscribing dealers who have committed to giving the best possible prices to people, who use the convenience of the Internet to purchase their new car.
    • Autobytel - The site serves over 4 million customers since inception, and presently selling over $1.6 million in cars an hour.
    • All-Car-Loans - The site provides auto loan services and information about the car buying experience.
    • Auto Lemon - The site offers free VIN check and free vehicle history reports. It also provides car reviews with the latest information from classic to the future productions
    • Auto Trader - The site allows the buyer to search the largest used car inventory on the Internet. More than 1.5 million listings, updated daily.
    • Auto Web - The site provides wealth of unbiased research to help the buyer to find and purchase the right car on their own terms.
    • Car Club - The site provides automotive consumers with the best car owning experience they have. Car Club aims to offer comprehensive car selection, cost savings, and state of the art service.
    • Carmax - The site offers shoppers to shop online at carmax.com. Customers can browse through 1000's of new & used vehicles nationwide. No online middleman is involved. Get actual prices online instantly.
    • Cars - This site provides extensive databases of new and used vehicles and all the tools necessary to help consumers make an informed buying decision, including a used-car search, new-car dealer locator, model reports and reviews, a loan calculator and practical car-care advice.
    • Cars Direct - The site is the first destination on the Internet where consumers can research, price, design, order and arrange for delivery of a new vehicle at their home or the office.
    • Car Magazine - The site not only contains prices, specifications and information on every 2000 car and light truck sold in America, but also provides a complete consumer information guide to buying a new vehicle.
    • Car Point - The site provides car prices and  reviews, most up-to-date car invoice and MSRP pricing plus hundreds of hard-hitting test drive reports.
    • Car Prices - The site provides reviews, specifications and all the details on hundreds of new cars. Customers can research on a  new car, start a price war and get the best price on a new car, guaranteed. 
    • Car Talk - The site is home of the funny and useful NPR one-hour call-in radio show of the same name which is broadcast every Saturday.
    • Carfax - The site provides car buyers with vehicle history information. Its report contains information that can impact a consumer's decision about a used vehicle.
    • Consumer Guide Auto - A leading online consumer-focused, trusted resource for authoritative and objective reports on new and used vehicles.
    • Dealer Net - The site provides guidance on saving money when buying a new car. It offers a tool that provides a free online price quote from a dealer of buyer's choice
    • Edmunds - The site assists customers in selecting and in buying cars through car reviews..
    • GM Buy Power - The site provides buyers with the steps that pinpoint a vehicle perfect for him or her: view, build, locate, select and buy.
    • Hybrid Cars - The site is part of web journal, and a part of online community market research on hybrid cars.
    • Kars - The site provides the Classic Auto Registry Service that has been the leading source for buying, selling and locating classic and collectible automobiles.
    • Kelley Blue Book - The site provides the current value of new and used cars. It provides  research reports that consist of accurate retail or trade-in Blue Book values for used cars and dealer invoice and MSRP for new cars.
    • National Auto Directory - The site is the fastest online growing new car dealer site. It displays 1000's of new car dealers online with daily update.
    • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration - The site provides information on vehicle and equipment related recalls and defects. It also provides reports on car crash test and rollover rating
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    • Safercar.gov - The site provides comprehensive lists of vehicle products that contained a safety-related defect or did not comply with federal motor vehicle safety standards.
    • Trader Online - The site is a leading online classified service. It has local offices across the country, all of which are ready to serve a buyer or seller.
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    • Wrecked Exotics - The internet's largest collection of exotic car crashes with over 6,000 exotic cars involved in accidents caused from the real consequences of reckless driving.

    • Acura - Acura is the luxury vehicle division of Japanese automaker Honda Motor Company. The Acura brand has been used in the US, Canada, and Hong Kong since March 1986 to market Honda's performance vehicles and near-performance vehicles.
    • Audi - Audi is a manufacturer of exquisite cars – attractive, sophisticated and technically perfect. It is a German company which produces cars under the Audi brand
    • BMW - BMW, which is known for its performance and luxury vehicles, is a German automobile, motorcycle and engine manufacturing company founded 1916, and is the parent company of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
    • Buick - Buick offers real cars that are solid and substantial, with more power than a driver may ever need. It produces cars that are unapologetically comfortable, with wide seats and room to stretch and accommodating enough for entire family.
    • Cadillac - Cadillac is a luxury vehicle marque owned by General Motors Company. Cadillac vehicles are sold in over 50 countries and territories, but mainly in North America. As the America's premier luxury car, Cadillac pioneered many accessories in automobiles, including full electrical systems, the classless manual transmission, and the steel roof.
    • Chevrolet - Chevrolet has become a part of the American landscape. Chevrolet has always worked hard to build performance, style and quality into dependable, long-lasting cars that go the distance.

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    • Vehiclebook.net - A list of 900+ car brands with over 40.000 models.
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    • Automobile Manufacturers - Provides a list of notable automobile manufacturers, including companies that are in business as well as defunct manufacturers.
    • Current Automobile Manufacturers - Provides a list of automobile manufacturers arranged in alphabetical order with the year of foundation.
    • Current Automobile Manufacturers by Country - Provides a list of current automobile manufacturers with the year of foundation nd countries' best-selling cars.
    • European Automobiles - Shows every European automobile ever made by country, according to its manufacturer.
    • Western European Automobile Manufacturers - Provides a list of current and defunct Western European automobile manufacturers.
    • Timeline of Motor Vehicle Brands - Provides a list of car brands showing every brand or car model name.
    • Chrysler - With a combined history of over 200 years, Chrysler is at its inception, a leading automotive, transportation and services company, with its car, truck, train, aerospace and financial services businesses all ranked at or near the top of their respective industries.
    • Daimler AG with its businesses Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Daimler Financial Services, Mercedes-Benz Vans, and Daimler Buses, is a globally leading producer of premium passenger cars and the largest manufacturer of commercial vehicles in the world.
    • Dodge - Dodge is a United States-based brand of automobiles, minivans, sport utility vehicles, and pickup trucks, manufactured and marketed by Chrysler Group LLC in more than 60 different countries and territories worldwide. Founded as the Dodge Brothers Company in 1900 to supply parts and assemblies for Detroit’s growing auto industry, Dodge began making its own complete vehicles in 1914. The brand was sold to Chrysler Corporation in 1928.
    • Ford - The Ford Motor Company founded by Henry Ford in 1903. Ford owns Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury brands, Volvo Cars of Sweden, and a small stake in Mazda of Japan and Aston Martin of England.
    • General Motors - The world's largest automaker, has been the global industry sales leader for 75 years. Founded in 1908, GM today employs about 327,000 people around the world. With global headquarters in Detroit, GM manufactures its cars and trucks in 33 countries.
    • Honda - Honda built its name in the automotive industry with a philosophy of reliable and high quality cars.  It is maintaining an international viewpoint, and remaining dedicated to supplying products of the highest efficiency yet at a reasonable price for worldwide customer satisfaction.
    • Hyundai - Hyundai Motor Company was established in 1967, produced a succession of new models in 1998, starting with the EF Sonata and XG have earned Hyundai the highest accolades in the international automotive press and sustained exports combined with favorable export conditions have partially offset loss experienced in the domestic market.
    • Isuzu - Isuzu Motors Limited has been in business for over 80 years, building everything from Troopers to Commercial Vehicles to Power Train. Beyond production, Isuzu Fleet Sales is their way to help the success of every business.
    • Jaguar - Jaguar Cars Ltd., better known simply as Jaguar is a British luxury car manufacturer, headquartered in Coventry, England. It has been a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Indian company Tata Motors Ltd. since March 2008 and is operated as part of the Jaguar Land Rover business. Jaguar originally made motorcycle sidecars before switching to passenger cars.
    • KIA - Kia Motors is the South Korea's second largest automobile manufacturer with headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, owned by the Hyundai Kia Automotive Group. Kia started selling cars and trucks in select U.S. markets since 1994.
    • Lexus - Lexus is the luxury vehicle division of Japanese automaker Toyota Motor Corporation. First introduced in 1989 in the United States, where Lexus has ranked as the highest-selling maker of luxury cars, as of 2006 Lexus vehicles are sold in 68 countries and territories worldwide. It is the most luxury vehicles with a reputation for a quiet, well-crafted cabin, a plush ride and commendable performance from powerful, nearly silent engines.
    • Lotuscars - Lotuscars is a British manufacturer of sports and racing cars based at Hethel, Norfolk, England. The company designs and builds race and production automobiles of light weight and high handling characteristics. It is currently owned by Proton, the Malaysian carmaker, who took Lotus over in 1994 on the bankruptcy of its former owner Bugatti.
    • Mazda - Mazda Motor Corporation is a Japanese automotive manufacturer. Mazda annually produced over 1.3 million vehicles for global sales. The majority of these were produced in the company's Japanese plants, with the remainder coming from a variety of other plants worldwide.
    • Mercedes - Mercedes-Benz is a German manufacturer of luxury automobiles, buses, coaches, and trucks. It is currently a division of the parent company, Daimler AG (formerly DaimlerChrysler AG), after previously being owned by Daimler-Benz. The Mercedes automobile was first marketed in 1901 by Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft. The first Mercedes-Benz brand name vehicles were produced in 1926.
    • Mitsubishi - Mitsubishi is a Japanese conglomerate consisting of a range of autonomous businesses which share the Mitsubishi brand, trademark and legacy. Mitsubishi Motors, the 6th largest Japanese auto manufacturer, reached 1.3 million cars of total production in 2007.
    • Nissan - Nissan is a Japanese conglomerate consisting of a range of autonomous businesses which share the Nissan brand. It formerly marketed vehicles under the "Datsun" brand name and is one of the largest car manufacturers in the world.
    • Pontiac - Pontiac was a brand of automobiles first produced in 1926, and sold in the United States, Canada, and Mexico by General Motors (GM). On April 27, 2009, GM announced that it would phase out the Pontiac brand by the end of 2010 and focus on four core brands in North America: Chevrolet, Cadillac, Buick, and GMC. GM built the last Pontiac for the U.S. market on November 25, 2009. As a well-know car produced by GM, from the latest accolades to events in the GM community, and from car experts to all-new vehicle launches, Pontiac is a lovely car of America.
    • Rolls-Royce - Rolls-Royce is the most well-know luxury automobiles based in England. Most Rolls-Royce branded automobiles' prices are started at about £250,000.
    • Saab - The Saab Automobile division was based in Trollhättan, Sweden. The first car was the Saab 92001 on 10 June 1947. The company soon developed a reputation for safe and reliable automobiles, with a notable competition history. Saab built dynamic cars which offer superior driver control by combining high performance with outstanding safety.
    • Saturn - Saturn LLC is a subsidiary of General Motors Company, established on January 7, 1985. Saturn operated outside the GM superstructure for a time, with its own assembly plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee, unique models, and a separate retailer network. In September 2009, General Motors announced that it expected to shut down Saturn by October 2010. All new production has been halted as of October 1, 2009.
    • Subaru - Subaru is the automobile manufacturing division and brand name of Japanese Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI). Subaru is internationally known for their use of boxer engines in most of their vehicles above 1500cc as well as their prepotency of the all wheel drive drive train layout, which became standard in most international markets. Fuji Heavy Industries, the parent company of Subaru, is currently in a partnership with Toyota Motor Corporation, which owns 16.5% of FHI.
    • Toyota - Toyota is a multinational corporation headquartered in Toyota City, Aichi and in Tokyo, Japan, and the world's largest automaker by sales. The company was founded by Kiichiro Toyoda in 1937. Three years earlier, in 1934, while still a department of Toyota Industries, it created its first product, the Type A engine, and, in 1936, its first passenger car, the Toyota AA. Toyota also owns and operates Lexus and Scion brands.
    • Volkswagen - Volkswagen is an automobile manufacturer and mobility organization based in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany. It is the pioneer brand within the Volkswagen Group, which contains the car brands Audi AG, Bentley Motors Limited, Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S., Automobile Lamborghini S.p.A, SEAT, Škoda Auto and heavy goods vehicle manufacturer Scania AB. In November 2009, Volkswagen-Porsche overtook Toyota to become the world's largest car manufacturer in terms of production, as the German group benefits from state-backed stimulus packages around the world.
    • Volvo - Volvo was incorporated in 1915 as a subsidiary of AB SKF, a Swedish ball bearing manufacturer, the auto manufacturer was officially founded on 14 April 1927, when the first car rolled out of the factory in Hisingen, Gothenburg. The first series produced Volvo automobile, the Volvo ÖV 4, left the factory on 14 April 1928 which became the official date for the founding of Volvo. In 1999 Volvo sold its car division Volvo Cars to Ford for $6.45 billion.


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