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Sedan sales hit another low in August, as consumers choose trucks and SUVs with improved fuel economy, proving CAFE as a regulatory scheme has been successful.
It's nice to see some light at the end of a tunnel that at times turned very dark and foreboding for the auto industry.
Dealers don't want to miss out on what could be a sizable new revenue stream, one that also might take away from the traditional sales and leases that they do handle.
Automotive News Editor-In-Chief Keith Crain points to Detroit's Dream Cruise and other auto shows as evidence America's love affair with cars hasn't died.
Lincoln Motor Co.'s desire for exclusive dealerships in luxury markets doesn't consider costs of change.
Trailblazer Ed Mullinax, who died Aug. 4 at 85, was an innovator of the highest order in auto retailing.
Fuel efficiency may not be a powerful marketing hook (except everywhere else in the world), but fuel consumption isn't a sacred duty either.
The latest earnings reports from the Detroit 3 and others present a different narrative, but they convey a similar sense of alarm.
FCA's Sergio Marchionne leaves an unparalleled legacy in automotive history.
Minnesota megadealer Denny Heckler, convicted on seven federal counts of bankruptcy and conspiracy, tells story after serving 7 years in prison that is a cautionary tale for dealers .
Caution about the outlook for U.S. new-vehicle sales may be warranted, but overall conditions remain sound. Let's not worry ourselves into a slump.
What are we to make of reports that Tesla scrambled to reassemble mothballed factory equipment, overworked its staff, took out 300 welds and stopped a standard brake test as it raced to meet its goal?
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