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Honda recalls 1.39 million vehicles for passenger airbag flaw

American Honda said it will recall about 1.39 million vehicles with faulty passenger-side airbags made by Takata.  » READ
 

Service background shaped Colo. dealer's approach

 

Daimler to recall 40,000 vans in U.S. to replace faulty airbags

 

Fighting off brands with off brands

 

Key words unlock customer-pay business for store

 

GM recalls 375,000 heavy-duty trucks with Takata airbags

 

FCA, Ford, Honda expand Takata airbag recalls

 

Fiat Chrysler reducing powertrain warranties to 60,000 miles for 2016 models

 

Wal-Mart revamps auto-care centers

 

Sonic to restore customer-pay service revenue

 

Tesla starts small with CPO program

 

Repair shops strive to stay head of the pace

 

California court case reworks technician pay plans

 

The ART of car diagnosis reaches new level at Audi

 

BMW to recall 91,800 Mini Coopers over airbag flaw

 

GM launches software that flags recalled vehicles on dealer lots

 

Lexus, Subaru score highest consumer reviews on DealerRater

 

Ford says aluminum repair smooth so far

 

Oil boom slows; techs return

 

The new sticker shock: High costs to fix high-tech

 

Federal-Mogul to launch national tech training program

 

Automotive News wins Grand Neal Award for GM recall reports

 

AutoNation, analytics company Zubie join to monitor cars' service needs

 

2016 Jaguar F-Type to come with longer warranty, free maintenance

 

Dealers sold 'hundreds' of cars with open recalls, report says

 

GM stays strong in dealership-service satisfaction; Jaguar jumps to No. 1 in luxury

 

As GM trims warranties, will buyers even notice?

 

Asbury plans to hire 200-400 technicians

 

Kia recalls 2014-15 Soul in U.S. for accelerator glitch

 

Lithia refocuses on customer-pay work

 

FCA will loosen tech restrictions

 

Fiat Chrysler recalls 703,000 vehicles to fix ignition switches

 

High-rise parts bins ease space crunch

 

Service outsources small stuff

 

Porsche dealers eager to upgrade

 

Takata to double output of replacement inflators to 900,000 a month

 

M-B launches no-appointment quick service

 

Repairs: Dealerships satisfy, study says, but independents lead

 

Sales staff certification gets a new twist

 

GM seeks speedy customer feedback

 

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

 

Shops use standard inspections to help boost repair orders

 

Service lanes can become source of used-car inventory

 

GM tablet tool aims to lift service revenue

 

AutoNation aims to beef up service

 

How Calif. store battles service drive bottlenecks

 

AutoNation wants more service lane hospitality

 

Trade group chief sees growth in dealer-owned operations

 

Watch out, quick-lube shops, here comes VW

 

Call center keeps the service bays packed