Pricing for the 2021 Subaru Impreza will start with a MSRP $19,720 for the base trim when powered with a 5MT transmission. The standard model equipped with the continuously variable transmission (CVT) is priced at $21,020.
Mercedes-Benz has revealed corporate fleet incentives for the 2021-model year.
Volvo has announced fleet incentives on seven of its sedans and SUVs for the 2021-model year, and the automaker is offering $1,500 for all models and trims.
Based on the percentage of drivers with a prior incident on their records, Insurify identifies bus, postal, and truck drivers as the best, and valet, limo, and delivery workers as the worst.
General Motors Fleet revealed its all-new OnStar Business Solutions, which brings four distinct product offerings together — OnStar Safety Services, OnStar Vehicle Insights, API & Data Services, and Wi-Fi.
Verizon Connect has released a new smartphone app for fleet customers that allows them to monitor, manage, and act on important information about their entire fleet.
WEX has launched a voice command solution for AI virtual assistant Amazon Alexa, which is designed to offer fleet managers and administrators quick insight into fleet expenses through easy-to-read graphs and charts.
Ford has named Jim Farley as the company’s new president and CEO, succeeding Jim Hackett who will retire on Oct. 1 after leading the company since 2017.
The automaker’s Pre-Safe Impulse Side system can guide the body of the vehicle to be raised just before a side impact with the assistance of a new E-Active Body Control suspension.
Workhorse Groups’s C-Series all-electric delivery trucks have been deemed eligible for the Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) program by the California Air Resources Board (CARB).
The Fleet Executive of the Year award, along with the Edward J. Bobit Professional Fleet Manager of the Year award, will be announced at the 2020 AFLA NextGen Conference, which will be hosted virtually this October 5-7, 2020.
If available technology blocked drivers with any alcohol in their blood from driving, requiring them for those with alcohol-impaired driving convictions would save 986 lives. Requiring them for fleet vehicles would save 465 lives.