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Didi Chuxing, the Chinese ride-hailing giant, is partnering with 31 auto industry companies to develop models for shared mobility and new standards for electrified vehicles.
At the 2018 NADA Show, several vendors demonstrated appraisal tools that promise to take the guesswork out of how much a dealership should offer for a trade-in.
Hitachi, Clarion are working on self-parking innovations beyond what's only now reaching the market.
The way consumers choose their next car might have more in common with Netflix than the traditional retail system that's defined the automotive industry for more than a century.
NYC's Paragon Honda has tapped Assistant to help its customers schedule service appointments.
App-based service hopes to satisfy customers' needs for simple, cheap car-buying experiences that don't require commitment.
Dealers should dip their toes in the water of subscription services, aiming to learn from 50 customers rather than chasing 400, said a subscription-service founder.
Jaguar Land Rover and BlackBerry will work together to develop a new software architecture for the automaker's next-generation vehicles.
After a one-year delay, Ford Motor Co. has begun to offer a plug-in device that lets owners of older Fords use their smartphone to start, lock and unlock the vehicle, as well as other functions.
Ready.Shop.Go will roll out publicly beginning this month and will be available nationwide by year end.
Audi of Wallingford in Connecticut uses a Web-based application that allows its service advisers to text repair updates, videos and files to customers, increasing sales and customer satisfaction.
Loaner programs for service customers are a sore point for many dealerships. Here are two alternatives to traditional loaners.
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