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Auto sales forecast calls for a hot January

Forecasters say U.S. auto sales have begun 2015 much stronger than 2014, when a deep freeze kept shoppers away from many dealerships in much of the country. General Motors is expected to post nearly a 20 percent increase, with the other Detroit 3 automakers also on track for double-digit gains.  » READ
 

TrueCar: App can 'hypertarget' consumers

 

Soros is ready to move on auto dealerships

 

Porsche works to deliver more Macans to U.S. dealerships

 

Family feud disrupts DARCARS

 

As the new year begins, Sonic goes shopping

 

Dealers see another good year in 2015

 

Used-vehicle prices finish 2014 strong

 

Sales staff certification gets a new twist

 

2 DMS newcomers fight the odds for customers

 

Dealers

 

CDK warns of security threat to its older DMS

 

FCA US touts volunteer program for its dealers

 

GM seeks speedy customer feedback

 

Certified used sales poised for another record

 

Chevy store redo goes above and beyond

 

Mitsubishi, Renault-Nissan midsize sedan project stalls

 

GM eager to squeeze more out of BDCs

 

Hyundai plans incentives, run-out packages for Elantra

 

Toyota sees sales boost from trucks, Tacoma

 

George Soros' Wall Street fund shops for dealership groups

 

At Kia, the No. 2 sales exec for U.S. is out

 

Mercedes to send U.S. dealers greater share of global output

 

Quick question

 

Volvo dealers embrace U.S. management shift

 

Buick, GMC, riding truck wave, aim for more share gain

 

VW dealers welcome profit-focused message

 

Honda bets on redesigned trucks to boost U.S. sales

 

GM and Ally compete to grow F&I

 

BMW modernizes operations as sales rise

 

Michelle Primm of Cascade Auto Group named Woman of the Year

 

NADA offers a dealers' guide to federal advertising rules

 

Quick question

 

Cadillac chief strives to reassure anxious dealers

 

Chevy banks on new models to end stretch of U.S. share loss

 

Lincoln, counting on Black Label for conquests, to expand program to more states

 

Mini dealers to keep popular customer satisfaction program; sales expected to return to '13 levels

 

Ford dealers want U.S. market share back

 

Subaru dealers seek more cars even as growth slows

 

Hot Subaru sets its sights on the Sunbelt

 

Phony deals cost dealers reputation, vehicles and lenders

 

Dealership group invests for 'nice, exciting, fun' stores

 

Dealerships boost fixed-ops spending to fend off rivals, retain customers

 

At Miami store, no more 'beat up' customers

 

Shops use standard inspections to help boost repair orders

 

Second-chance store lets staff shine

 

Loan application blasts could be a blow to dealers

 

Urban-living trend a chance to branch out and up

 

Creative pairing: 2 dealers innovate as partners

 

A terrible wreck, but not a total loss