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Andrew DiFeo says Hyundai Motor America's problems stem from one thing: overproduction of the wrong kinds of vehicles. DiFeo says Hyundai's lineup is starting to match consumer demand, and 2018 will be a critical year.
The revamped RDX will hit the market as the first Acura fully developed under an edgier design direction first relayed with the Precision Concept at the 2016 Detroit auto show.
CDK Global's planned acquisition of Auto/Mate, a smaller provider of dealership management systems, has been blocked by the Federal Trade Commission.
Andrew DiFeo, Hyundai's National Dealer Council chairman, says Hyundai's product lineup is finally starting to match up with consumer demand.
Dealer Brian Benstock says Honda is well-positioned to stem the tide even as the brand fights through a down period to start the year.
Jack Hanania felt a sense of excitement around the Acura brand at the Detroit auto show this year that he hasn't experienced in years.
Some dealers say the redesigned Accord is Honda's most impressive car to date, but they're struggling to sell it — and some have resorted to turning down shipments.
Hyundai and Kia are jumping back into the large crossover segment with two models recently spotted by spy photographers.
Fred Diaz is heading back home as incoming CEO of Mitsubishi Motors North America, ready to put his insider knowledge of Mitsubishi together with an understanding of the U.S.
American Honda's U.S. sales fell 5 percent to 115,557 in February behind lower demand for its three most important vehicles: the Accord and Civic sedans and the CR-V crossover.
Hyundai Motor America couldn't keep pace with 2017's record-setting February as U.S. sales dropped 13 percent last month.
Kia Motors said SeugKyu (Sean) Yoon, its top executive in Canada, has been named CEO of Kia Motors America.
Hyundai says it made a special effort with the redesigned 2019 Santa Fe to satisfy crossover shoppers looking for a premium experience from mass-market brands.
I figured the Nexo would recognize the pedestrians who were being picked up by its sensors and decelerate to a gradual stop. But that's not what happened.
The redesigned Hyundai Santa Fe will include the brand's first diesel offering in the United States as it continues to rework its car-heavy lineup.
While elite-level Hyundai dealers in key markets have the chance to bid for Genesis franchises, other pockets of the dealer body are bitter over the tumultuous rollout of the luxury brand's retail network.
The analytics tool from Vast helps dealers identify what makes a vehicle unique.
The estimated fuel economy of the 2018 Hyundai Sonata SE variant is 39 mpg city/45 highway/42 combined, the automaker said.
Ram's use of Martin Luther King Jr.'s ode to service in its Super Bowl spot quickly drew public backlash. I take a different view.
The biggest winner for FCA was the Wrangler, which saw page visits soar on the heels of a Jurassic Park-themed spot and another ad that showed its ability to chew up harsh terrain.
A jumble of factors now in play could turn light-vehicle sales in any which direction. Is it time to kiss the good times hello?
Genesis is prepared to compensate Hyundai dealers who will be left out of its limited network of stand-alone stores. But some dealers don't want the compensation. They want Genesis.
Once again, Hyundai decided to park the cars for its marquee late-game spot, hoping to sell an idea that's bigger than the Kona subcompact crossover: hope in the face of cancer.
The Super Bowl turned into a brand showcase for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. FCA's collection of five spots for the Jeep and Ram brands had it all: A stirring voiceover from Martin Luther King Jr.
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