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AutoNation plans December launch of digital storefront

AutoNation said it will launch its digital storefront in December in the south Florida market with a new pricing moniker it calls Smart Choice.  » READ

U.S. auto sales projected to rise 6% in Oct. to highest total in a decade


Surge of used cars stings


Brace yourself for a flood of used vehicles


Fla. dealers are upfront on pricing


M-B captive hikes online sales of off-lease cars


Has the Hyundai Sonata lost its mojo after redesign?


Mich. blocks Tesla's sales model by plugging loophole


Ford cuts Focus Electric price by $6,000


Tesla courted suppliers in bid to stop bill banning direct sales in Mich.


Falling gasoline prices make alternative-fuel vehicles a tougher sell


918 Spyder nearly sold out, Porsche says


CarMax's U-turn: A return to Web leads


Porsche expects to hit U.S. sales goal early


GM's Q3 global vehicle sales up 2% on strong China, U.S. demand


Days supply rises, but it may be blip


Pickups defy fall in used-vehicle prices


NADA economist doubts sales over 17 million will last


Mercedes sales top Audi in Sept. as global competition intensifies


Tesla's trump card? Used cars


Salespeople study up on F-150's new features


Test offers off-lease Toyotas


Luxury brands standardize models to aid buyers, boost margins


Jackson says 2015 sales could be 'knocking on the door of 17 million'


Mercedes tops BMW in monthly luxury sales


GM, Nissan, Chrysler gains propel market to 9% increase


Trucks fly in a 'best we could have expected' September


Chrysler Group gains on Jeep, Ram volume


Canadian sales drive toward record


Toyota trucks carry load amid wait for '15 Camry


Ford sales slip 3% on softer F-series demand, drop in fleet


Nissan Division volume jumps 22%


Accord, TLX push Honda ahead of 2013 pace


GM deliveries advance 19%; biggest jump in 3 years


Ford sets goal of 9.4M global sales by 2020, cuts profit outlook for '14


AutoGrade schools the auction industry


Post-holiday sales volume remains strong, analysts say


CarMax reports double-digit increases in Q2 revenue, profit


Honda, GM crack down on certified-used rule benders


Sedan-heavy brands also pile on the incentives


Time to step up online CPO game


3rd parties see their role sticking around


IHS hikes 2014 U.S. auto sales forecast to 16.4 million


Cadillac's new chief vows no retreat on pricing strategy


Fleet helps drive big August sales numbers


Ferrari's profit power


Hot August sales shrivel inventories


Manheim rolls out program that lets dealers return vehicles


Ad campaign for redesigned Lincoln Navigator starts next month


U.S. sales strength will hold through the year, Edmunds says