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Nissan's sixth-generation 2019 Altima will retail for at least $24,645, a $490 increase from the outgoing model. The midsize sedan is adding new optional and standard equipment including a new turbocharged engine, all-wheel-drive, and five new safety technologies.

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Nissan's 2019 Rogue Starts at $25,795

The retail price for Nissan's base 2019 Rogue remains unchanged, while the automaker's new Safety Shield 360 advanced driver assistance tech offered on the SV and SL trim grades adds about $200 to last year's comparable models.

Audi's Next-Gen 2019 A6 Starts at $59,895

Audi's eighth-generation 2019 A6 luxury sedan will retails for at least $59,895 when it goes on sale in the fall. The 2019 A6 adds an array of new technology, driver-assist systems, and a mild hybrid system with a turbocharged V-6.

Mobility Shift Will Come with Mass Autonomous Vehicle Adoption

Mass adoption of autonomous vehicles should begin ramping up in 2023 and will ultimately drive a shift in vehicle ownership from consumers to larger mobility service providers with large fleets of battery-electric, autonomous vehicles, according to a new study from Cox Automotive.

2019 Ford Ranger's Fleet Prospects

After more than seven years away from the North American market, the Ford Ranger is making a comeback. While developing the new midsize pickup, Ford listened to feedback from commercial fleets.

Nissan's Next-Gen Altima Adds Rear Automatic Braking

Nissan's 2019 Altima will enter its sixth generation with an array of new features, including a pair of new engines, all-wheel drive, and rear automatic braking. Nissan unveiled its new midsize sedan at the New York International Auto Show.

Ford Gives Glimpse Into 2020 Lineup

Ford is refreshing its vehicle lineup for 2020 with bigger bets on electrification, utility vehicles, and advanced driver-assisting technology, the company's top executives told journalists at a briefing today in Dearborn, Mich.

IIHS to Evaluate Rear Automatic Braking Systems

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has launched a rear crash prevention ratings program to help drivers identify models equipped with technology that stop or reduce low-speed backing crashes, the institute has announced.