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Vehicle manufacturers sold 12.2% fewer cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs to rental, commercial, and government fleet buyers in April compared to a year ago in what has become a softening market for new vehicle sales.

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Fleet Sales Decline 13% in March

Sales of vehicles to commercial, daily rental, and government fleets declined 13.1% to 279,063 in March and remain negative for the first quarter in the three segments, according to Automotive Fleet data and the Detroit Three.

Enterprise Grows Revenue 8%, Fleet Business 12%

Enterprise Holdings and Enterprise Fleet Management increased revenue 8.1% to $20.9 billion for the 2016 fiscal year for its rental and fleet management businesses, the privately-held company has announced.

Commercial, Government Fleet Sales Start Strong in 2016

Sales of commercial and government fleet vehicles from eight manufacturers started 2015 with nearly double-digit gains as major manufacturers such as Ford and General Motors continued shifting car sales away from rental fleets.

50 Years of Ford Mustang

The Ford Mustang will enter its sixth generation as the automaker redesigns it for the 2015 model year with engine choices including a more powerful V-8 and a four-cylinder fuel efficient version for Europe and Asia. Read the full story here. Photos courtesy of Ford.

Ford Mustang '15 Goes Global

Ford Motor Co.'s redesigned Mustang for 2015 includes three engines, including a more powerful V-8 and the first four-cylinder engine since the Mustang's 1993 model year. For the first time, it will be sold in Europe and Asia.