Most of the German automakers' engineers work and live in Germany and all the profit they accumulate from Americans goes back to their home country.
There is a correlation between a fresh, image-compliant facility and client/employee satisfaction, which results in measurable higher performance.
The trade problem with the Germans lies in taxation and tariffs, Bob Lutz writes.
One reader says a recent column criticizing President Trump was correct, but had an unprofessional tone.
One auction will soon no longer have vehicles enter its building during auctions.
U.S. dealers are most responsible for the global branding of Land Rover, a reader writes.
It is inappropriate to chastise the NAAA and any of its members that serve the national dealer base with a high regard for safety and integrity, a reader writes.
With all due respect to Bill Ford, it is likely that Mark Fields was unable to sharpen his message or clarify his strategy because his board chairman didn't allow him to do either on his own.
One reader chose cars over IT many years ago. Now it appears those two areas are aligning closer.
The reality is that last year, of the over 17 million new vehicles sold in the United States, 99.5% were not electric, a reader writes.