Sales of Nissan's GT-R are almost too small to bother with. But the automaker continues to invest in a new generation of its pricey sports car, and for good reason.
Nissan North America Chairman Jose Munoz says the automaker will not ease off after it reaches its targeted 10 percent U.S. market share.
Very few family members are actually employed at Tennessee automotive supplier JDC Coatings, which President Michael Frye says allows the company to focus on what's best for the business.
Nissan will launch a new U.S. advertising campaign this week, but other significant marketing changes are coming.
Nissan's new Titan will be available with only a fraction of the configurations that are possible on the big-selling Detroit 3 pickups. But Nissan hopes that will actually please its customers.
Priority Auto Group CEO Dennis Ellmer challenged his managers to give customers free maintenance for life, and the growth never stopped.
Vehicle lightweighting solutions earned suppliers an armful of Automotive News PACE Awards last week in Detroit.
Companies are capitalizing on recall mania. A number of companies are designing products and services to make money on recalls at the dealership level.
Infiniti Americas Vice President Randy Parker said national inventory levels have been brought under control and will remain more manageable. Infiniti sales, market share and dealer profits rose last year, Parker said.
Nissan is easing off of some of the tougher rules of its dealer sales incentive program at the request of its national dealer council, company officials said at the make meeting during the NADA convention.
Dealers who are struggling with the sales effectiveness metric from automakers say it can be a cold, inflexible standard -- one that can cost them a franchise.
When it appears this summer, Nissan's significantly freshened GT-R supercar will feature a more elegant cockpit, with refined leather and a simplified instrument panel with fewer buttons and switches.
Fred Diaz, former sales and marketing chief for Nissan North America, is now tasked with cranking up Nissan's commercial vehicle sales in the U.S., Canada and Mexico - a key part of Nissan's goal of increasing market share.
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