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2018 Fleet Car of the Year: Ford Fusion

The latest iteration of the Ford Fusion includes a suite of new safety features that are standard across the board. The plug-in hybrid variation also includes a longer electric-only driving range.

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.

Hyundai Lowers Price of 2018 Sonata PHEV

Hyundai has reduced the price of its base 2018 Sonata Plug-In Hybrid by $1,350 to $34,135, including a $885 delivery fee, and increased the model's all-electric and overall driving range while upgrading the interior of the midsize sedan, the automaker has announced.

2018 Honda Accord Hybrid Starts at $25,990

Honda will begin selling its 2018 Accord Hybrid for $25,990, including destination, on March 23. The Accord Hybrid returns as a traditional gasoline-electric hybrid that replaces the plug-in hybrid Accord that was discontinued after the 2015 model year.

2017 Fleet Car of the Year: Ford Fusion

For the 2017 model year, the Ford Fusion added 20 driver-assist features, including adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go technology, and the Ford SYNC3 Infotainment system. It is available with several hybrid options.

2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid

Instead of a gauge showing RPM, the Camry Hybrid displays three states: “Charge,” “Eco,” and “Power.” I assume if you want to improve your MPG, you can try to stay in the Charge and Eco modes for a long as possible.

Toyota's 2015 Camry Hybrid Sedan

Toyota redesigned its Camry Hybrid for 2015, adding 17-inch alloy wheels, roomier seating, a 6.1-inch touch screen and an upgraded Entuen system with navigation and smartphone app integration. The Camry Hybrid gets a combined fuel economy of 40 mpg. Photos by Vince Taroc.

Depreciation Returns to the Used-Vehicle Market

The latest auction figures point out a few important trends: First, the market for certain types of vehicles is definitely getting softer. Second, there really isn't one "used-vehicle market" anymore.