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Subaru's inventory level fell to 26 days on Aug. 1, its lowest point of the year and the lowest for any brand or automaker so far in 2018.
Automakers have so far dealt with the downturn in an adult manner — anxious, apparently, to preserve the health of the market even at lower volume.
Audi is upping the ante on crossovers, with plans for a new sportback and battery-electric models
Record sales of the Jeep Wrangler, Cherokee and Compass pushed FCA US deliveries up 5.9 percent in July to 170,970.
Volkswagen's U.S. sales rose 13 percent in July to 30,520 on more growth from its expanded crossover lineup. U.S.
Mike Manley's history working in dealerships in the U.K. and later with FCA's dealers gives him an advantage as he succeeds Sergio Marchionne as CEO of FCA.
FCA's new CEO has a lot on his plate, but struggling dealers hope he'll be the right guy to address their difficulties with profitability and logistics.
Sourcing a lower cost Jeep part caused one supplier to close and another to open.
New FCA CEO Mike Manley worked at Sergio Marchionne's side for nine years, so he is no stranger to the daunting set of challenges facing the world's seventh-largest automaker.
Former Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne's illness and
Former FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne suffered an embolism while undergoing an operation for an invasive shoulder sarcoma, causing irreversible damage to his brain function, an Italian business website reported Tuesday.
Though it just opened in November, Audi Wesley Chapel in suburban Tampa, Fla., is already overperforming using a tablet-based, nonconfrontational sales process.
Mike Manley, the second CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, has received intensive on-the-job training at Sergio Marchionne's side for nine years and has years of practice running operations around the globe.
Dealers and union leaders viewed FCA's choice of Mike Manley to succeed Sergio Marchionne -- even under the circumstances -- in positive terms.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne likely will miss the automaker's planned July 25 announcement of its second-quarter earnings as he recovers from recent surgery, according to an Italian media report.
The onetime Minneapolis car-dealing kingpin, whose over-the-top lifestyle and spectacular fall in the wake of the Great Recession shattered lives and left him with a mountain of debt, is free -- and he's talking.
The industry started July with an estimated 3,961,800 unsold vehicles on-hand in the U.S., a 69-day supply.
To survive the Great Recession, cut money-losing ancillary businesses to focus on profitability
Fewer than a quarter of eligible employees or retirees completed the process by a June 14 deadline.
Record June sales for Jeep and Ram boosted FCA US sales by 8 percent to 202,264. Sales at all brands except Fiat and Chrysler rose during the month.
Volkswagen's U.S. sales rose 5.7 percent in June to 28,941 on growth from its crossover lineup.
Audi has learned that consumer expectations in America differ widely from those in the rest of the world. Here's what the brand does before launching a new vehicle.
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