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Feb/05 - “Trucks” to Continue to Outsell Cars – XSUV Segment “Trucks” to Continue to Outsell Cars – XSUV Segment
AutoPacific forecasts that trucks, including XSUVs, will be about 60% of the market for the foreseeable future. In fact, reading the crystal ball for the next five years, this percentage of the mix may be low. George Peterson talks about why this is predicted to happen.

Feb/04 - New Hyundai Elantra Gets Timid New Hyundai Elantra Gets Timid
AutoPacific's George Peterson got up close and personal with the 2017 Hyundai Elantra, a car he says is "is good looking, but not head-turning like its predecessor." The new Elantra is "quiet, solid and comfortable," and has most of the high tech infotainment and technology features available.

Feb/03 - Kia plans first sports sedan next year as it seeks younger, more hip image, report says Kia plans first sports sedan next year as it seeks younger, more hip image, report says
Kia Motors plans to launch its first sports sedan next year. Codenamed CK, Kia aims to start producing the sedan in May 2017. AutoPacific's Dave Sullivan says "Kia hit a home run with the Soul -- they figured out how to keep it fresh and fun. Apply this formula to a rear-wheel-drive sedan and they might be able to go after a younger consumer who is bored with the played-out BMW 3 series but wants to move out of their Soul they have had since college."

Feb/03 - 2017 Bentley Bentayga: The Bentley Boys Are Busy 2017 Bentley Bentayga: The Bentley Boys Are Busy
AutoPacific President George Peterson writes about the 2017 Bentley Bentayga, arriving in the U.S. this May. Just another SUV for an overstuffed market? Not so, says Peterson, who also says the Bentayga promises to be Bentley’s top-selling vehicle.

Jan/28 - FCA to Cut Dodge Dart, Chrysler 200 in Shift to Pickups, Jeeps FCA to Cut Dodge Dart, Chrysler 200 in Shift to Pickups, Jeeps
Sergio Marchionne announced that FCA will"withdraw the current 200 and Dodge Dart from the marketplace over a prolonged period of time." AutoPacific's Dave Sulllivan contributes his thoughts, saying "They're probably going to be gone in probably two years at the most." Sullivan expects FCA to focus on money-making pickups and Jeeps.