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How the maker of Peugeots plans to return to the U.S.

• 5/21/2018

Former Nissan and TrueCar executive Larry Dominique is devising PSA's decade-long return to the U.S.

Toyota's Lentz on sticking with cars, avoiding pickup overbuilds, being ready for EVs
• 5/14/2018

Toyota North America CEO Jim Lentz says the automaker is eyeballing...

Chevy store's 'bucket tour' aids sales-to-service handoff
• 4/30/2018

Vandergriff Chevrolet in Arlington, Texas, doesn't want to fumble the...

Keeping Saabs on road with original parts, service
• 4/16/2018

Saab may be dead, but it has loyal fans who strive to keep their cars...

Honda store's oil-change assembly line targets independents
• 4/9/2018

Motorcars Honda was losing oil-change customers to speedy independent garages. That's why the Cleveland-area dealership built a 100-foot-long, express-service assembly line.

Toronto dealer builds vertically to offset high land prices
• 4/2/2018

Shahin Alizadeh says soaring property prices in big cities will only "get worse."

Ohio dealer defied parents in career choice, now picks process over innovation
• 3/19/2018

Ohio dealer Joey Huang says his mother cried when she learned he was going into the car business after getting his dental school degree.

Keeping used-car inventory fresh in an 'oh-shift' era
• 2/26/2018

Matick Auto Group in suburban Detroit analyzes historical sales data, gross profit opportunities and existing inventories to ensure the used vehicles it buys are sold within an average of 30 days.

Honda store's push to 'pull' cars through service
• 2/15/2018

Motorcars Honda in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, has built a service assembly line to provide customers with a speedy and transparent experience at a 'competitive' price.

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How a Subaru store gets owners to come back
• 2/5/2018

Nearly a third of new-vehicle clients at Subaru Superstore of Chandler near Phoenix return to the dealership to attend interactive refresher classes. That pays dividends long after the schooling ends.

Honda's Hachigo on boosting partnerships, light-truck production and U.S. sales
• 12/25/2017

Honda CEO Takahiro Hachigo prefers partnerships, not capital tie-ups, as the company tackles a rapidly changing auto industry. In the near term, Hachigo is focused on increasing light-truck production to help lift Honda's U.

GM’s Ammann on decisive decisions, autonomous vehicles and shareholder value
• 12/11/2017

General Motors President Dan Ammann says the company must continue to be assertive to achieve a future with zero crashes, emissions and congestion while providing the best value for investors.

How to improve factory-retailer relations: A dealer’s viewpoint
• 12/11/2017

Clint Newell says manufacturers need to address problematic dealerships individually, rather than react with 'broad-brush' policies that impact the entire retail network.

A maverick dealer’s formula for success
• 12/4/2017

Adam Lee isn't your prototypical dealer. He has promoted stiffer fuel-economy standards; he drives a Tesla; and he says he's not a “car guy.

Mazda CEO: U.S. plant, product blitz and customer satisfaction will revive brand
• 11/22/2017

Mazda CEO Masamichi Kogai says the company is preparing for ‘a new era’ that begins with a product blitz in 2019 and follows with the opening of its joint U.S. plant with Toyota in 2021.

Buy a car or save for college? Why not both?
• 11/13/2017

Fullerton Automotive is helping families juggle the costs of cars and college by offering customers a free one-year membership in a tuition-discount program.

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