Hyundai's U.S. arm eager for a bigger sayJan. 20
Volvo leader recalls 'painful' meeting with irate dealersJan. 17
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.
Subaru store shifts pay plan to spur F&I salesJan. 17
Group 1 passes tax cut along to employeesJan. 12
Got the best store? Register nowJan. 15
Easing online journeys pays off for storesJan. 15
Dealer's new business: Suicide preventionJan. 8
'17 sales soften, but confidence still strongJan. 8
Auto executives and experts are confident that the industry's good times will continue this year despite a 1.8 percent decline in U.S. new light-vehicle sales in 2017 that ended a seven-year growth streak.
2017 Photos of the year: DealersJan. 1
Dealer anniversariesJan. 8
Dealers featured this week include Marvin Cooper, president of Cooper Motors Inc., a Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-Ram dealership in Allison, Iowa; Robbie Franklin, owner of Franklin Chevrolet-Buick-GMC in Statesboro, Ga.; and David Utecht, general manager of Torrington Toyota in Connecticut.