Demand cools for once-hot cars at auctionsJan. 15
It's easy to see why wholesale prices for used midsize sedans are declining: aggressively priced, subvented leases adopted two and three years ago to clear out the cars as consumer preferences shifted to crossovers and SUVs have begun to ripple through the used-car market.
Ally hosts online trivia at Detroit auto showJan. 11
Subaru store shifts pay plan to spur F&I salesJan. 17
Fed interest rate hikes expected to factor into lower '18 U.S. auto salesJan. 2
Why early EV adopters prefer leasing — by farJan. 3
Sales staff gains from introducing F&I productsJan. 1
Nissan Canada Finance reports data breach to 1.13 million customersDec. 21, 2017
VW captive expects profit rise in 2017 despite diesel scandalDec. 13, 2017
Refresher class lures buyers backNov. 20, 2017
Economists expect sales of used cars to rise in '18Nov. 20, 2017
AutoNation's Jackson: 'I feel like the Cheshire cat'Nov. 20, 2017
Dealers crucial for vehicle purchase, J.D. Power study findsNov. 15, 2017
Online tools may make it easier for consumers to shop for vehicles and products at home, but interacting with a salesperson is a key component of high customer sales satisfaction, a J.D. Power study finds.