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AutoNation adds used-only stores as part of broad expansion

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AutoNation is embarking on a wide-ranging, $500 million brand extension strategy led by the launch of stand-alone used-vehicle stores using no-haggle pricing. The dealership group also will add collision centers and renovate existing ones, unifying them under the AutoNation brand.
■ AutoNation Q3 net income drops 9.5% to $107.3 million

U.S. sales expected to fall in Oct. for third straight month

U.S. new-vehicle sales are expected to decline for a third consecutive month, but the industry's selling rate could reach its highest point of the year because of the way October falls in the calendar.

VW unveils Atlas, a large crossover tailored for the American family

At last, it's here. Volkswagen on Thursday revealed the Atlas, a seven-passenger large crossover aimed at family buyers that's been in the works since it was previewed by the CrossBlue concept at the 2013 Detroit auto show.

Mitsubishi Motors suffers quarterly loss; mileage scandal slashes sales

Mitsubishi Motors today reported its first quarterly operating loss in nearly six years as the Japanese automaker struggles to recover from a slump in domestic sales after admitting to overstating the fuel economy on its vehicles.

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As we approach the 100th anniversary of NADA in 2017, Automotive News invites you to take a look back at the best of our coverage, including past president's interviews, video highlights and more. In January, we'll mark the occasion with a special issue that looks at NADA's past, present and future. Click here to view our special NADA 100 coverage.

Japan Inc. gets serious about cybersecurity

Japan's carmakers are still seen as slow to adapt to the vulnerabilities of connected cars. But with the advent of autonomous driving just over the horizon, Japan Inc. is finally getting serious about cybersecurity. Cybersecurity threat helps forge friendships