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10 Ways To Teach Your Customers To Buy From You

When it comes successful social selling and meeting your sales quota, being more like a car mechanic, instead of a car salesman, might be the key to …

Nissan applies for 'R-Hybrid' trademark, but what is it for?

Patent and trademark filings are sort of like tasseography for those of us in the auto industry. If you know where and how to look at something, there's a lot to be figured out. Take this trademark filing from Nissan - it's similar to the Pure Drive badge found on a Versa or Sentra, but the bottom …

Nissan Delays Infiniti’s Electric Car to Add New Features

Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn always looks like he’s smirking, but with Infiniti delaying a second critical product in a week’s time, we’re sure he’s frowning hard. On Wednesday, Nissan executive vice president Andy Palmer told <i>The Wall Street Journal</i> that the company would “push back the timing” of its …

Electric Vehicles

Hennessey Outlines Four Levels of Pumped-Up C7 Corvette Upgrades

So you think Chevrolet’s latest Corvette is pretty grand, but you want more than its stock 455 horsepower? Pity, the C7 ZR1 won’t arrive any time soon, and neither will the Z06. Mercifully, Hennessey Performance Engineering’s got your back. The tuning outfit has revealed a slew of …

Sports Cars

2014 BMW i3

BMW's new electric car proves to be anything but blasphemous.<p>For years, BMW purists have been complaining that the company is straying from the core values that made its products great, and its recent foray into purpose-built electric and hybrid vehicles with its i sub-brand has only amplified …

The 12 best cars under $30K

A dozen cars that can raise the pulse of any enthusiast, for not much coin.<p>The average price of a new car is now over $30,000. That is a not-insignificant chunk of change, and we know that you can drive away from a dealer in something new and fun for less money. A long discussion among the <i>R&T</i> staff …

Classic Cars