Auto News For Tuesday, March 3, 2015 - GCBC Updates Throughout The Day

2015 Lexus LF-SA Geneva concept
Here are six must-read, must-watch auto news stories, reviews, and videos for Tuesday, March 3, 2015. 

Is Lexus really considering a futuristic entrance into the entry-level luxury market with this leaked Geneva-bound LF-SA concept? It'd be one way to fight BMW's Mini.

Stay on GCBC and read yesterday's review of a forgotten performance bargain in Ford's lineup, the V6-engined 2015 Mustang. For U.S.-oriented numbers, TTAC has a slightly altered rendition of the same review. 

Is FCA on your side? Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is warning consumers about Hellcat sales practices. "There is no way that a small non-performing dealer can sell 20 Hellcats, so don’t try to sell that many to your customers, because you will not get them," Allpar reports.

GCBC issues more sales reports than you can shake a stick at the beginning of the month, and there's plenty more coming in the days ahead as we fulfill our mission to passionately cover North American auto sales data. By this evening, you'll be able to see sortable tables with results for every brand in the U.S. and Canada plus lists of the best-selling cars and best-selling SUVs/crossovers in America and a complete rundown of pickup truck and minivan sales in America.

No status change since NHTSA announced a recall of more than 200,000 Hyundai Elantras.

We got another dump of snow yesterday, but in between shovelling out this week's test car, a 2015 Volkswagen Jetta TDI, and shovelling it out again, we were checking out Tire Rack possibilities for this summer. Not that it hardly matters yet. 

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