You must have an Automotive Newssubscription to view the digital edition
Click here to subscribe
A consumer advocacy group wants the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and other agencies to regulate pricing of F&I products, such as extended service contracts, based in part on data that allegedly show dealerships have...
Delphi Automotive's newly named electronics business — Aptiv — has its eye on a completely new kind of supplier prize: service work.
Higher risk and lower returns in subprime auto lending in 2016 set the stage for a continuing pullback in subprime volume in 2017, according to the 2017 Non-Prime Automotive Financing Survey.
LotLinx, a Chicago-based digital marketing company that focuses on auto dealerships, is making a move into Canada starting this month. It expects to officially launch in Canada effective Dec. 1.
Targeting which consumers to pitch, via which media and with which message is the step in marketing, speakers at the Automotive News Marketing 360 conference said.
Floorplan fraud, while becoming less common, according to experts, will probably never fully disappear.
Industry watchers think Silicon Valley tech companies will take over as Tier 1 systems suppliers. Big manufacturers respond: 'Good luck with that.'
Visteon's emerging technology in augmented reality head-up display first required customers to consider a different way of controlling vehicle features.
Automakers and their captive finance companies are carefully steering incentive money to low-interest loans instead of cut-rate leases, analysts say.
Citizens Bank confirmed it has exited auto lending in 20 states outside the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest this year to pursue a strategy of higher returns on auto loans instead of greater volume.
OEMs and aftermarket crash parts makers resume their war in Washington over patent protection.
Subprime auto originations declined in the second quarter, but delinquencies still rose as the market adjusts to recent growth in subprime originations, according to reports this week from the New York Federal Reserve and...
While artificial intelligence and connectivity will accelerate the development of autonomous vehicles, they will also bring efficiencies to dealerships, supply chain and office operations.
Auto loan demand at banks has softened while approval standards have tightened a bit, according to the latest Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey on Bank Lending Practices from the Federal Reserve.
Haartz Corp. built its reputation producing fabric for soft-top convertible roofs. But interior applications such as fabric for door panels and headliners now account for most of the company's annual revenues.
Mercury Racing, the high-performance division of boat-engine maker Mercury Marine, has set its sights on getting back into the auto-engine business.
Bollinger Motors unveiled what it described as a "working prototype" of the Bollinger B1, a boxy, battery-powered SUV aimed at on- and off-road use. It has a long to-do list to become reality.
Sonic's second-quarter net tumbled 47 percent on a 1 percent rise in revenue. The company blamed weak new-vehicle sales and thinning margins.
Ally Financial's results took a hit in the second quarter from several factors, starting with lower originations, as the lender continued its strategy to pass up volume in favor of higher margins.
GM Financial will dial back on leasing in the second half to reduce exposure to future losses on residual values, parent General Motors says.
An absence of bad news on lease residuals helped Ford Credit boost financial results in the second quarter, parent Ford Motor Co. said.
The Spanish mirror supplier says a new initiative aimed at identifying promising companies "goes beyond venture capital."
Innovations, including an in-house auction and changes that sped trade-in reconditioning, paid off for Gault Auto Group
Fixed broken-down communications in the service and parts department
Automotive NewsJobs Board
Get 24/7 access to in-depth, authoritative coverage of the auto industry from a global team of reporters and editors covering the news that's vital to your business.
Sign up today to get the best of Automotive News delivered straight to your email inbox, free of charge. Choose your news – we'll deliver.
Entire contents © Crain Communications, Inc.
Use of editorial content without permission is strictly prohibited. All Rights Reserved.