Automotive News

Here’s how sales of Mexico-made cars ended in May over the US market
Auto sales for Mexico-made vehicles in the U.S. market remain affected by the trend of customers choosing SUVs over sedans and compact cars during May, according to figures released by each company.  The following report does not necessary reflects that each vehicle from certain model was built in...
The automobile technology will radically change in 10 years
With the arrival of the revolution 4.0, the executive president of Mexico's National Auto parts Industry (INA), Oscar Albin, urged workers of this industry to get trained, especially staff from mechanic work floors, otherwise they will not be able to face this “tremendous change in the sector with...
700 employees for the BMW plant in training
BMW will give training to 700 Mexican employees by late 2017, out of a total of 1,500 staff members needed to work at the new plant in San Luis Potosi (SLP). US$22 million will be invested to support the education of staff in Mexico and representatives of the firm will visit other plants of the grou...
This is how auto sales performed in May over the NAFTA region
While the U.S. auto market kept cooling down in May, sales in Mexico saw a modest growth, but Canada remained strong with another record-breaking month, according to auto dealers associations and industry analysts. Mexican auto dealers sold 122,916 vehicles during May, a 1.1% increase compared to t...
Auto sales up 1.1% during May in Mexican market
Mexican auto dealers sold 122,916 vehicles during May, a 1.1% increase compared to the same month of 2016. Sales for the first five months of 2017 are up 4.8% compared to the same period a year before, totaling 615,641 units, according to the Mexican Auto Dealer Association (AMDA). Nissan, the best...