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Business Source Ultimate: Select "Industry profiles" from the browse option and perform search under "Automotive" or "Automobile".
Passport: Type "auto" in the search box.
MarketLine: Search for "Automotive".
EMIS: Select a Country from the groupings on the right side of the screen. Then scroll over the Industries tab and choose Industry profile. Type "automotive" in the search box.
ThomsonOne.com for analyst reports. Click on Screening & Analysis, and then select Research. Use the "industry" dropdown box to find "automotive" industry. Then select the relevant field.
Note: this resource only works in Internet Explorer.
Factiva: Click on "Companies/Markets" and select "Industry". Browse and select Automobiles.
Go to Automotive Industry by U.S. Small Business Administration
Take a look at Automotive News. Go to Data Center for production, sales, and prices of cars and trucks.
The Bureau of Transportation Statistics tracks fatal accidents, driving costs, crashes, consumer complaints, motor vehicle defects, vehicle registrations, and many other automotive and highway related statistics.
For fuel efficiency by model, see the EPA's Fuel Economy Guide. 2000+ is available separately from 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, and 1999.
For Spanish data go to ANFAC, for European data go to ACEA.