Lexus gives halo car another try with LC

For Lexus to make its popular LF-LC concept work as a production car, it had to keep the cost in check -- for the automaker and for consumers.

Average U.S. fuel economy holds steady in November

The average fuel economy for new cars and light trucks sold in the U.S. remained unchanged in November as an increasing number of light trucks were

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JK Wrangler’s final act: Special editions

Jeep is stretching out consumer interest in the outgoing JK Wrangler by offering a number of special limited-edition packages over the next year while consumers await the arrival of the redesigned JL Wrangler in the second half of 2017.

Sales staff slips into something more comfortable

By blending a casual-attire work environment with a collection of high-end art on the walls, World Subaru in Tinton Falls, N.J., has outperformed other regional dealerships and achieved high customer-satisfaction ratings.

49 dealers nominated for Time magazine award

Forty-nine U.S. auto dealers have been nominated by automotive trade associations for the 2017 Time Dealer of the Year award. The nominees were announced by Time and Ally Financial, the sponsor.

Safety loses a champion

The death of Clarence Ditlow, executive director of the Center for Auto Safety, leaves a gaping void in the realm of automotive safety oversight at a critical juncture.

Reynolds sells a revolution

Reynolds and Reynolds President Ron Lamb has reinvented the software giant, with new code and products built around his vision of the dealership of the future. Now he has to win over dealers, including those soured on the company due to its history of high prices and litigiousness.

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Don't leave money on the table

Car nuts from around the world are descending on Las Vegas for the Specialty Equipment Market Association Show. But many people who should be there will be missing.

Cheap gas expected to stay after vote

Energy policy has taken a back seat to controversies about emails and old videotape in the presidential campaign, but few issues mean more to the auto industry.

Penske Automotive Q3 net rises 1.1% to $88.5 million

Penske Automotive's third-quarter net income rose 1.1 percent as gains in gross profit margins in the U.S. for new and used vehicles were offset by foreign exchange-related losses and lower global profit margins for vehicle sales.

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