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NADA sees 2015 U.S. sales nearing 17 million vehicles

Continued economic improvement, low interest rates and cheap gasoline will help new-vehicle sales rise more than 3 percent to nearly 17 million units next year, the most since 2005, according to forecasts from the National Automobile Dealers Association.  » READ
 

Dealership consolidation is coming -- but how fast and how much?

 

NADA economist doubts sales over 17 million will last

 

NADA tells Nissan to butt out of dealer surveys

 

Used pickup prices strong, but how long?

 

Credit union backs off ads blasting dealer reserve

 

Automotive News to host dealer conference at NADA

 

Jay Leno, Jeb Bush to keynote 2015 NADA convention

 

NADA moves to counter franchise system critics

 

Competition expected to restrain store profits

 

No margin for error

 

Study shows federal regulations cost dealers billions, jobs

 

NADA: Dealer revenues like never before

 

Bill to ease dealers' emissions paperwork sails through Congress

 

U.S. dealership employment tops 1 million for first time since '08, NADA says

 

Analysts: Lower used-car prices just around corner

 

NADA board member Don Chalmers dies

 

Is Tesla wasting time? Maybe not