DealersDealers celebrate anniversaries with Chevrolet, Toyota and Honda.
Dealership group nailed again on ad charges
In 2014, Southwest Kia, which operates three dealerships in the Dallas area, signed a consent order with the Federal Trade Commission, promising to halt what the agency said was deceptive advertising. Within months, the dealership group was back at it, the FTC says.
Updates, incentives help VW dealer retain staffDealer Matthew Welch got creative to keep his staff on board and make new hires amid VW's scandal and declining new car sales.
Where's that used-vehicle price plunge?
After used-vehicle prices went up steadily over the last few years, forecasters agreed that those prices would fall in 2016. But that hasn't happened -- yet. Here's why.
Louisiana flooding takes toll on dealerships' employeesAs floodwaters slowly recede in the area around Baton Rouge, La., auto dealerships are trying to do business with a limited number of employees, many of whom are dealing with losses of their own.
VW dealers battle staff poaching
Volkswagen dealers are fighting to keep sales staff intact as U.S. sales continue to fall and the automaker's diesel emissions cheating scandal drags into a 12th month.
Amid VW scandal, salespeople bolt for rivalDealer Danny McKenna has seen staff walk out or refuse hire because of the VW diesel emission scandal. Here's how he's combat it.
The public dealerships are buying -- and selling
In the first half of 2016, the public dealership groups sold nearly as many dealerships as they acquired, according to "The Blue Sky Report," a quarterly publication by dealership buy-sell adviser Erin Kerrigan.
Margins, costs threaten luxury-store values
Dealership acquisitions were down in the first half of 2016, though multistore deals were up. Buy-sell advisers expect more pressure on luxury-brand store values as manufacturers seek expensive facility upgrades and as margins and volume continue to be under pressure.