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Facebook has the potential to be a major force in used-car sales with a new feature called Marketplace, which eases concerns about dealing with strangers.
Subaru of America President Tom Doll wants Subaru's younger employees to realize that one day setting sales records might not be this easy.
Volvo expects strong demand for the XC60's optional air suspension, which lets the driver raise the vehicle for off-roading
An online used-vehicle retailer specializes in an obscure but profitable niche — right-hand-drive Jeep Cherokees from Japan.
Volvo's global best-seller, the XC60, has undergone its first major redesign since its introduction in 2008.
Facebook Marketplace ads only appear for vehicles within a 100 miles radius and any deals are likely to be done in person.
President Trump criticized German automakers for selling too many vehicles in the U.S. in a meeting with EU officials, Der Spiegel said.
Honda isn't planning on having sales consultants run through a full technology training session with buyers of the 2018 Odyssey.
U.S. certified pre-owned sales at the largest automakers have risen just 0.2% through April, bogged down in large part by significant declines at 3 of the 4 largest players.
One reader chose cars over IT many years ago. Now it appears those two areas are aligning closer.
Publicly traded dealership groups are proceeding with used-only store plans in the face of declining new-vehicle sales, despite shrinking first-quarter used profits.
Mini executives want the brand's U.S. dealerships to pursue used-car sales with more vigor, so they're offering bonuses to dealerships that hit used-volume targets.
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