A slew of new models -- particularly crossovers -- should drive solid sales at the automakers in the next few years.
Not since the retirement of the Lincoln Town Car have operators seen this much movement toward new luxury models.
The automaker said it will spend $1 billion to overhaul two of its Chicago plants to build more of its most popular vehicles.
Dominick Vitelli of Quality Coachworks is upfitting and supplying refrigerated fleet vans for the newly legalized industry.
Vehicle Review: A firsthand look at the 2019 model at its new manufacturing home in Charleston, S.C.
The U.S. has become a major market for passenger and cargo versions of the versatile van.
The traditional features of vehicles are being joined (and to varying degrees supplanted) by newer, tech-enabled variables.
The company will begin selling the vehicle at its commercial vehicle centers and Van ProCenters by the end of 2018.
The quarter-over-quarter rebound extends to all sizes of coaches, an ABA report says.
A $500-million factory going up in North Charleston, S.C., will build the next-generation large van in the U.S. by 2020.
One of the top makers of minibuses for the limousine industry teams up with a high-end luxury conversion company.
From the quality control room to the paint shop to the test track, take a peek at the painstaking process.
Sales reported by five OEMs have risen steadily despite a weak economy nationwide.
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