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China’s GAC Motor display was still drawing attention on Sunday afternoon as the show was winding down.
Hunter Engineering -- a maker of service department equipment -- has figured out a way to let show goers know what's, well, new and enhanced.
A pristine 1973 Land Cruiser -- with just 3,109 miles on the odometer -- anchors Toyota’s service center display.
As they brace for uncertain times ahead, car dealers may be better off making sure they're able to adapt to change than trying than to guess what the future will be.
A fixed ops director talks about the challenges of talent retention and connected car technology.
A Mazda executive talks about challenges of replacing defective Takata airbags, maintaining service retention rate and improving satisfaction scores.
Dealers have a choice, says Don Flow, CEO of the Flow Automotive Cos. says. They can wait for third-party disruptors to reshape auto retailing, or they can do it themselves.
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