2023 NADA SHOW
From used to electric cars, tax credits to inventory, North American car dealers engage with their brands, consultants and each over over four days in Dallas.
Get NADA Show news delivered to your inbox
No one covers the NADA Show like Automotive News. Sign up for our newsletter to receive updates, recaps and insights directly in your inbox during NADA Show week.
The 2023 NADA Show wrapped up and dealers came away with plenty of news from their brands at make meetings and top-level views of the auto retail market heading into the year.
Nissan warned its dealers that Ariya EV supplies will be tight in 2023 and Ford dropped its EV sales cap for dealers on the less expensive tier of its electric vehicle certification program.
Meanwhile dealers are looking at a very different economic environment this year.
Ahead of the show the Automotive News Retail Forum: NADA also covered EV tax credits, FTC regulations and diversity.
Macroeconomic factors to challenge dealers in 2023, experts say.
Jonathan Banks, vice president of used-vehicle valuations at J.D. Power, said at the NADA Show in Dallas that even with declining prices, the used-vehicle market will remain profitable.
A collection of images from the 2023 NADA Show in Dallas