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The Ioniq PHEV has an EPA rating of 52 mpg combined in gasoline mode.

Hyundai's 2018 Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid

Hyundai's Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid follows battery-electric and traditional hybrid models. It provides 29 electric miles of driving, as well as 650 miles of total range. Read more herePhotos by Vince Taroc.

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The 2018 model-year leaf will start at $29,990. Its base trim level along with the higher trims have all seen price reductions this year. Photo courtesy of Nissan.

Nissan's 2018 Leaf

Nissan has redesigned its battery-electric Leaf with a sportier look for the 2018 model year. The new Leaf also comes with an extended range and increased connectivity. Read the full story here. Photos courtesy of Nissan and by Eric Gandarilla.

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We tested the base work truck F-150 that should be popular with fleet purchasers. The truck moves to a two-bar (from three-bar) grille.

Ford's 2018 F-150 XL 3.3L SuperCab

Ford improved the fuel efficiency of its F-150 pickups for 2018, including the base XL fitted with the 3.3-liter non-turbo V-6 that now reaches 20 mpg as a rear-wheel driver. Read our driving impressions here. Watch a video herePhotos by Kimberly Pham.

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2018 BMW i3s

2017 L.A. Auto Show: Green Vehicles

Green vehicles were in shorter supply at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show compared to a year ago. However, the show featured Tesla's Model 3, Jaguar's I-Pace electric SUV, and a pair of BMW i8 variants. Read full coverage herePhotos by Chris Brown, Paul Clinton, Eric Gandarilla, Paul Lim, Andy Lundin, and Roselynne Reyes.

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2018 Nissan Kicks

2017 L.A. Auto Show: SUVs

Utility vehicles of all sizes dominated the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, including debuts of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler, 2019 Lincoln Nautilus, 2019 Subaru Ascent, and 2019 Kia Sorento. Read full coverage here. Photos by Chris Brown, Paul Clinton, Eric Gandarilla, Paul Lim, Andy Lundin, Kim Pham, and Roselynne Reyes.

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2018 GMC Sierra 2500HD All Mountain concept

2017 L.A. Auto Show: Trucks and Vans

The 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show showed mostly existing models of trucks and vans with the notable execption of the GMC Sierra 2500HD All Mountain, a tracked concept truck that was tested at Vail Mountain. Read full coverage herePhotos by Chris Brown, Paul Clinton, Eric Gandarilla, Paul Lim, Andy Lundin, and Roselynne Reyes.

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2018 Ford Fusion

2017 L.A. Auto Show: Cars

The 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show featured several car debuts, including the 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS and 2019 Corvette ZR-1. Read full coverage herePhotos by Chris Brown, Paul Clinton, Eric Gandarilla, Paul Lim, Andy Lundin, and Roselynne Reyes.

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The seminar "Defining the Fleet Manager of the Future" discussed the new service offerings that fleet managers should investigate today, as well as how traditional fleet functions are changing.

2017 Fleet Forward Conference

The inaugural Fleet Forward Conference took place from Nov. 7 to 8 at Miami Hilton Downtown. The event connected fleet stakeholders with technology providers and offered education regarding the rapid changes in transportation and mobility. Photos by Jasen Delgado.

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The Ford Transit Connect is available for 2018 as either a small cargo van or passenger wagon. (Photo: Ford Motor Co.)

Compact and Full-Size Vans for 2018

From compact vans to their full-size counterparts, five manufacturers are offering a versatile lineup of cargo and passenger vans for fleets in 2018. Read the full story here. Photos courtesy of Ford, GM, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, and FCA.

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Telogis co-founder Jason Koch introduces next generation workforce management solutions at the 2017 Latitude conference.

2017 Latitude Conference

Latitude was created in 2011 to help Telogis customers develop mobile strategies for improving their business. During the 2017 edition of the annual conference, customers listened in on panels about operational efficiency, mobile resource management, and integration strategies. Photos courtesy of Verizon Telematics.

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