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Automakers Moving New Vehicles, But Toyota’s Actually Selling Them, Report Says

Automakers Moving New Vehicles, But Toyota’s Actually Selling Them, Report Says

Automakers continue growing a previously tight inventory of new vehicles. Having these vehicles on dealer lots gives consumers more choices — choices that turn into purchases eventually. New vehicle movement hit 1.2 million vehicles in May, which is a good sign. However, which automaker is building inventory, and which is selling vehicles is the key differentiator. Get details at Headlight.News.

Honda Facing Possible Recall of 3 Million Vehicles; Toyota Recalls New Prius

Honda Facing Possible Recall of 3 Million Vehicles; Toyota Recalls New Prius

Two major Japanese automakers are under NHTSA’s microscope. In the case of Toyota, the Japanese giant has ordered the recall of 55,000 of the latest-generation Prius hybrids sold in the U.S. That service action could be dwarfed, however, if the federal safety agency moves forward on a probe targeting 3 million Honda vehicles. Headlight.News has more.

Hyundai Motor Group, Toyota and Mazda Dominate as IIHS Names 22 Top Safety Picks

Hyundai Motor Group, Toyota and Mazda Dominate as IIHS Names 22 Top Safety Picks

Three Asian automakers stood out in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s annual list of the safest vehicles consumers can buy. Toyota, Mazda and the Hyundai Motor Group — including the Hyundai, Kia and Genesis brands — had nearly as many winners as the rest of the industry combined, 34 of the 71 models named a Top Safety Pick or Top Safety Pick+.