Retooled QX50 fills Infiniti's 'biggest void'April 21
Nissan, Ford, Fiat among losers as European sales fallApril 18
Nissan, Ford and Fiat saw their European sales decline steeply in March as industrywide registrations fell by 5 percent, hit by drops in three of the region's five biggest markets, Germany, the UK and Italy.
WALK A FINE LINEApril 16
M-B to test subscriptions in Nashville, PhiladelphiaApril 16
VW's new way to sell Jetta: More car for less moneyApril 15
Report: Dealerships leaning more on incentive money to turn profitApril 16
It just might work wellApril 16
Days-supply levels drop, inventory stays highApril 16
Mitsubishi COO sees big strides as alliance memberApril 16
Trevor Mann foresees the automaker flirting with the 300,000 mark as it introduces new products such as the Eclipse Cross and begins to roll out vehicles on platforms shared with Renault-Nissan around 2021.
Sales staff seen as plentiful, disposableApril 16
Turn the fleet aroundApril 16
As new-vehicle sales -- and profits -- slump, franchised dealerships are placing greater emphasis on selling used cars and trucks. Inevitably, that also means a renewed focus among service departments on cutting the time and cost of reconditioning used vehicles for sale.