Dealer Terry Lee: People 'love to buy, hate to be sold'Mon, 01, May 2017
Honda, Hyundai and Genesis dealer Terry Lee says many car shoppers are like boxers: They walk into his dealerships with their guard up. But Lee's sales team is trained to remove their gloves and adapt to the way customers want to buy. As a result, sales are increasing and Lee is on the hunt for other brands to fill his 72-acre 'destination' development in suburban Indianapolis.
Automotive News is wrongMon, 01, May 2017
Changes online to help AN continue quality journalismMon, 01, May 2017
Mann plots a U.S. revival for MitsubishiMon, 01, May 2017
Ford's Hinrichs on how to improve NAFTAMon, 01, May 2017
Nissan's new design chief on following a legendSun, 30, Apr 2017
'Car Dogs' have their day on screenSat, 29, Apr 2017
A new feature film about a day in the life of a car dealership resonated with some store employees who could identify with the long hours, the hypercompetitive atmosphere and the sense of camaraderie among stressed-out salespeople.