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Cash for Nissan's preferred dealers

In its drive to grab a larger slice of the U.S. market, Nissan North America is quietly forming alliances with selected dealers who get favorable treatment, and sometimes millions of dollars, from the company. Nissan says strengthening its retail networks is critical to its growth plans.  » READ
 

Countering Chevy's Silverado surge

 

A boost in fleet helps Jan. sales stay afloat

 

Premium brands face challenges as incentives rise and trucks rule the day

 

Toyota's Carter to speak at Retail Forum

 

Used-car loophole for recalls tightens up

 

Honda Ridgeline: Not your teenager's truck

 

VW dealership valuations slide; some smell opportunity

 

Can Kia pick Prius' lock on hybrid market?

 

EV to use new VW platform

 

GM: Others could use Chevy Volt's powertrain

 

Kia plans 1st sport sedan, sources say

 

Porsche: Diesel Macan in limbo for now

 

Bentley at work on a sporty SUV

 

Conti must ration parts for recall fixes

 

Nissan bolsters Sentra as gateway to the brand

 

AutoNation's recall policy disrupts used-vehicle business

 

Why Musk's new directive at Tesla has become 'cash is king'

 

For FCA, no one brand was big enough for 'Star Wars'

 

The power of Roger Penske

 

Texas dealer tunes into aftermarket audio

 

Dual-sourcing dilemma hits Japan again

 

Nissan plans big strides in connectivity

 

Dealer anniversaries

 

New airbag devices cushion crash impacts by deploying outside vehicles

 

At last, Opel sees breakeven on the horizon

 

Ford of Europe boss aims for steady profits

 

Ford, Opel find footing as carmakers will count more on the region

 

Chicago Auto Show preview

 

Toyota Q3 earnings hit by N.A. incentives

 

Where Toyota, Lexus got their leaders

 

N.A., Takata, currency sway Japanese earnings

 

A rocky start, but, hey, at least it's fast

 

Just because rebadging hasn't worked so well before ...

 

Suburban is the granddaddy of them all

 

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