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These are the 12 fastest-selling used vehicles in Dallas-Fort Worth in 2019

Ford, Jeep, Nissan, and Mitsubishi all make this year's list of fastest-selling vehicles in the DFW area.

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From family sedans to electric vehicles to off-road friendly SUVs and farm trucks, the Texas used vehicle market could not be more diverse. December is widely regarded as the best time to buy a new car. Before you're ready to unload your current model, take a look at what used vehicles Dallas-Fort Worth area buyers were keenest to purchase in 2019.

AutomotiveMap has partnered with to share this data. To come up with the results, Autolist looked at more than 4 million used vehicles that left the Autolist marketplace from April to September 2019 (six months). Only vehicles from the 2015 to 2018 model years were included due to the high concentration of the used market found in that timeframe. Vehicles with fewer than 100 miles on them were excluded from the analysis, as well as low-volume specialty models.

The results for the Dallas-Fort Worth data set include the fastest-selling vehicles in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington area.

No. 12 (Tie) - Ford Explorer

2017 Ford Explorer

Median Days on the Market: 23

Photo courtesy of Ford Motor Company

No. 12 (Tie) - Ford Mustang

2017 Ford Mustang

Median Days on the Market: 23

Photo courtesy of Ford Motor Company

No. 12 (Tie) - Jeep Patriot

2016 Jeep Patriot

Median Days on the Market: 23

Photo courtesy of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V.

No. 12 (Tie) - Nissan Murano

2017 Nissan Murano

Median Days on the Market: 23

Photo courtesy of Nissan North America

No. 8 (Tie) - Mitsubishi Outlander

2017 Mitsubishi Outlander

Median Days on the Market: 22

Photo courtesy of Mitsubishi Motors

No. 8 (Tie) - Lexus ES 350

2017 Lexus ES 350

Median Days on the Market: 22

Photo courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.

No. 8 (Tie) - Honda Accord

2017 Honda Accord

Median Days on the Market: 22

Photo courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc

No. 8 (Tie) - Ford Fusion Hybrid

2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid

Median Days on the Market: 22

Photo courtesy of Ford Motor Company

No. 4 (Tie) - Nissan Sentra

2018 Nissan Sentra

Median Days on the Market: 20

Photo courtesy of Nissan North America

No. 4 (Tie) - Honda Civic

2017 Honda Civic

Median Days on the Market: 20

Photo courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc

No. 4 (Tie) - Nissan Versa Note

2018 Nissan Versa Note

Median Days on the Market: 20

Photo courtesy of Nissan North America

Fastest-Selling Used Vehicle in Dallas-Fort Worth: Honda Odyssey

2018 Honda Odyssey

Median Days on the Market: 17

Photo courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc

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Ford names site for battery development facility

Ford's new facility will house battery research and development.


Ford is in the news again for its electrification efforts, this time with the confirmation of a Michigan location for a new battery research and development facility in Romulus, Michigan. The facility may eventually help Ford in-source much of its EV supply chain, a shift that could prevent or mitigate the challenges presented by parts and technology shortages.

As part of its electrification initiative, the automaker plans to build a new research and development facility, called Ford Ion Park. The facility will house new tech research, pilot programs for new manufacturing techniques, and will help give Ford more control over its supply chain.

Ford Ion Park Once complete, the facility will initially house 200 engineers.Ford

The price tag for the new facility and related efforts lands at $185 million, which sounds like chump change for a global automaker until we consider that Ford has committed $30 billion to electrification by 2025. The automaker says that its new facility renews its dedication to Michigan as its home base for EV development, a promise it originally made back in 2010. The company's new electric F-150 Lightning pickup truck will be built in Dearborn, which will add 500 jobs. An additional 225 jobs will be retained at Ford's Dyke Electric Powertrain Center.

As part of Phase One of the project, Ford plans to hire 200 engineers within 18 months of the 270,000-square-foot facility's opening. Ironically, the site was previously owned by A123 Systems, a battery manufacturer that closed the facility in 2017 due to low demand for batteries.

Ford Ion Park Ford has committed $185 million to the new facility and related efforts.Ford

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The 2022 Frontier gets a brand-new face and updated tech.


After 16 years on sale in its current form, the Nissan Frontier is a familiar face on our roads. The truck, which is technically old enough to get a driver's license and drive itself, is being totally overhauled for 2022, and the new look is a big departure from the ute we've seen for so many years. Nissan announced that production has started, so we don't have much longer to wait to see it in action for ourselves.

The new truck's 3.8-liter V6 has already been in action powering the 2021 Frontier. It produces a class-leading 310 horsepower and 281 pound-feet of torque, and sends its power to either the rear or all four wheels through a nine-speed automatic transmission.

2022 Nissan Frontier Production is underway in Mississippi.Nissan

This is the first new Frontier we've seen in over a decade, so the upgrade in technology is steep over the previous truck. The 2022 Frontier can be optioned with a surround-view camera system with off-road mode that automatically displays terrain around the truck when it's shifted into 4LO. The system displays guidelines and can help the driver navigate tough obstacles on the trail. A host of safety features will be available that includes automatic emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alerts, lane departure warnings, high beam assist, and more.

Other than its age, there was nothing particularly wrong with the previous Frontier's interior, but the new truck looks to be considerably more upscale and modern. Various trims come with interesting contrasting color schemes and the truck gets Nissan's excellent Zero Gravity seats as standard. New hydraulic cab mounts should help quell vibrations inside, and traditional hydraulic power steering will provide excellent steering feel and feedback.

Nissan is building the new frontier in its Canton, MS facility, while the truck's engine is being built at the automaker's powertrain plant in Tennessee. We'll start seeing the new model on dealers' lots sometime in late summer 2021, and you can find a first drive review of the truck right here in a few weeks.

2022 Nissan Frontier The new trucks will arrive on dealers' lots later this summer.Nissan

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