car sales

Mitsubishi Might Eventually Give Up On The U.S.

Mitsubishi Might Eventually Give Up On The U.S.

Mitsubishi sales in the U.S. actually rose last year by 2.5 per cent compared to 2019, with 121,046 cars sold, the bump largely driven by Eclipse Cross sales more than doubling. Still, that’s less than the number of Chevy Malibus that sold last year. Mitsu is now beginning to think…

The Honda Fit Is The Car We Need

The Honda Fit Is The Car We Need

I’ve been doing unpaid promotional work for the Honda Fit (I own one) for a while now, even though Honda can get fucked since it hasn’t brought the new generation to the U.S. Still, Honda’s early returns on the fourth-generation Fit are very, very good.

GM’s End Isn’t Near But Neither Is A New Beginning

GM’s End Isn’t Near But Neither Is A New Beginning

It was the day before Presidents’ Day last week in the U.S. when GM announced it was retiring its Australian marque Holden, almost three years to the day after it said it was planning to dump out of Europe. That leaves the General almost completely reliant on just three markets:…