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Blue sky surges for German luxury brands

The values for German luxury brand dealerships in the United States are in the stratosphere, while some other brands are such poor prospects that the buy-sell market cannot even assign them a multiple.  » READ

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Honda plans to ax Crosstour, focus on new HR-V crossover


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