North Carolina denies Tesla a dealership licenseMon, 23, May 2016
North Carolina denied Tesla Motors' bid to attain a second dealership license in the state, saying the automaker must go through a third-party dealership group.
Penske rolls out online shopping across U.S.Mon, 23, May 2016
Penske Automotive Group's Preferred Purchase online shopping tool will be available on all 115 of its U.S. dealerships' websites by month end.
For Lamborghini dealer, Instagram clicksMon, 16, May 2016
Brett David, CEO of Prestige Imports Lamborghini in North Miami Beach, Fla., primarily uses social media such as Instagram to promote the muscular, aggressive-looking exotic cars he sells.
M-B pickup decision will be 'whenever'Sun, 15, May 2016
Mercedes-Benz USA's new CEO says no timetable exists for deciding whether to bring a new midsize pickup under development to the U.S.
Manheim expands vehicle inspections to meet selling dealers' needsTue, 10, May 2016
Manheim is expanding its vehicle inspection services -- and testing enhancements to those services -- to accommodate the growing number of dealers who want condition reports on vehicles they buy and sell at auction, the company said today.
Fixed ops boss and supplier innovate to light the wayMon, 16, May 2016
Here's how the fixed ops boss at Larry H. Miller Dealerships and a lift supplier worked together to improve the safety of mechanics working under two tons of automobile.
3rd-party providers and auto retailers must work togetherMon, 09, May 2016
After a rancorous and public breakup in July, AutoNation and TrueCar are working together again -- a reconciliation that is a welcome sign for U.S. auto retailing.
AutoCanada's Q1 net jumps 46%, but dealership group cuts dividendFri, 06, May 2016
AutoCanada's first-quarter net surged 46 percent to $7.3 million Canadian ($5.6 million U.S.) as revenue rose 5.3 percent to C$666.9 million, due largely to dealership acquisitions over the past year.
TrueCar losses stabilize as dealer count reboundsThu, 05, May 2016
Car-shopping website TrueCar posted a first-quarter loss of $11.7 million, up slightly from $11.6 million, as the company expanded its roster of dealers and had a hand in more transactions.
Off-lease cars, repos buoy ADESA Q1 revenue, profitsWed, 04, May 2016
The parent company of ADESA reported double-digit increases in net income and revenue in its fiscal first quarter, which ended March 31, largely due to a strong performance by the auction giant. Auction revenue benefited from an increase in the number of off-lease and repossessed vehicles.
Why Lithia plans to ratchet up tech hiresMon, 02, May 2016
Lithia Motors expects its service and parts business -- both warranty and customer-pay -- to rise due to the back-up of recalled vehicles and the increased number of cars on the road.
Braman technician training becomes a community serviceMon, 02, May 2016
Dealer Norman Braman gives back to the Miami community by giving its young adults all-expenses-paid training to become service technicians.