CPO sales rebound amid new-vehicle shortage
Some dealers are forgoing certification to turn used inventory around faster due to high demand.
A year in, Farley has Ford on the move
The CEO has reversed the company's stock slide and has Wall Street excited with its focus on profitable vehicles and software services.
Dealers are warming up to Nissan's new ways
The brand earned a 10-place increase in the NADA Dealer Attitude Survey.
Toyota rethinking Toyotathon, Lexus December to Remember
Do Toyota and Lexus still hold their traditional end-of-year sell-offs if their dealers have no inventory?
GM warns holdout white-collar staff to report vaccination status, report says
The automaker sent out a memo on Wednesday warning that continued failure to do so could lead to safety violation letters and a partial loss of a company performance bonus, Bloomberg reported.
Early Honda EV goals could be uphill climb
Honda has set ambitious EV sales goals of 70,000 vehicles annually when its first volume EV arrives in 2024 and a half a million electric and fuel cell vehicles by 2030.
Volvo hopes ‘green steel' will catch on
The automaker plans to commercialize a technology that promises to eliminate the use of coking coal — a major pollutant.
How moving BDC to service lane doubled Mich. store's Internet closing rates
Randy Wise Chevrolet also moved the BDC to better engage with customers who may be in the market to sell their vehicles to the dealership or buy a new one
Ford recalls 38,000 Mach-Es for windshields, sunroofs that could fall off
The automaker said it isn't aware of any accidents or injuries related to the defect on the company's high-profile electric vehicle.
Ford building $95 million parts center in Canada, say union, developer
Ford of Canada plans to close a Toronto-area depot and transfer operations to eastern and western Ontario, according to a developer and the union representing workers at the current facility.