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First Shift: Bill Ford cancels Saudi appearance
First Shift: Bill Ford cancels Saudi appearance
Bill Ford skipping Saudi event; Dealers wary of GM warranty program; Opel raided in diesel probe; What if VW premium brands went public?; Porsche EV push not cheap for retailers.... more 
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AutoNews Now: Jackson talks Manley, Barra ... but not Hackett
AutoNews Now: Jackson talks Manley, Barra ... but not Hackett
Mike Jackson talks Manley, Barra ... but not Hackett; Profitable subscriptions; Genesis retailers awaiting G70; Opel recall ordered; Tesla seeks trademark for 'Teslaquila.'... more 
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Dealer Headlines
Dealers collect what's left following Hurricane Michael
It's been five days since hurricane Michael made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane, but the restoration for the affected dealerships and their communities could take years.... more 
Has the conversation on sexism changed? Take our new survey
Automotive News is conducting a survey of women currently working in the auto industry to discover if the conversation on sexism in the workplace has changed in the last year.... more 
Porsche dealers brace for electric era
Porsche faces a future in which its signature engines are replaced by electric motors. The automaker's U.S. retailers will be expected to share the costs involved in the changeover.... more 
NADA chairman Wes Lutz cautions dealers to question mobility 'hype'
"Question the hype." That's Wes Lutz's advice on prognostications of how primary transportation models will change.... more 
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Automotive News Current Issue Articles
Book recalls 20th century auto icons
A new coffee table collection, Maestro: Bill Mitchell and the Iconic Cars of GM Styling, recalls icons of the 20th century.... more 
Paris auto show was a showcase for wagons, hatchbacks
Europeans still are showing some love to wagons and hatchbacks even as sales of crossovers and SUVs boom, just as in the U.S.... more 
Spy photos of Land Rover Defender
Spy photos capture clearest shots yet of the upcoming Land Rover Defender, which will arrive on the scene i 2020.... more 
Porsche dealers brace for electric era
Porsche faces a future in which its signature engines are replaced by electric motors. The automaker's retailers are suiting up for the challenge.... more 
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Mobility Report
Rand study shows it's hard to gauge self-driving car safety
The great promise of automated vehicles is that they will be safer than human-driven ones, but finding the metrics to measure this is a complicated task that has no easy benchmarks.... more 
Volvo focuses on safety for autonomous cars
Volvo, with a bevy of new tools to ensure passenger safety, is shifting its safety strategy from passenger protection to accident prediction and avoidance, says the director of the Swedish carmaker's Car Safety Center.... more 
South Korea's Mobis develops proving ground for self-driving technology
South Korean supplier Hyundai Mobis, determined to catch up on self-driving technology, invested $300 million to equip its new proving grounds with multiple test tracks, including an intelligent transportation system course and what it calls the...... more 
NADA chairman Wes Lutz cautions dealers to question mobility 'hype'
"Question the hype." That's Wes Lutz's advice on prognostications of how primary transportation models will change.... more 
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Finance and Insurance News
Unidad de préstamos Mercedes-Benz utiliza 'personajes' para atraer a la Gen Z
Mercedes-Benz Financial Services ha desarrollado perfiles de clientes para estudios de mercado. La creación de personajes es uno de los métodos para acercar a los mileniales y de 'Generación Z'.... more 
N.Y. dealerships owe Nissan captive $40 million
Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.... more 
Ally Financial leads in Q2 auto loan market share, Experian says
Ally Financial had the highest auto loan market share in the second quarter, according to Experian, driven primarily by increases in the company's used-vehicle loan portfolio.... more 
Bank fraud, limited safeguards among top FandI compliance concerns
What's the No. 1 compliance hurdle for automotive dealerships today? That was a contentious question at the FandI Industry Summit this week.... more 
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Fixed Operations News
New device helps alignment sales
A new measuring device is helping sales of alignment services at Jay Wolfe Toyota of West County, Missouri.... more 
Survey shows dealers critical of accessories sales programs
U.S. dealership executives give low marks to pricing and training in automakers' accessories sales programs, according to a new survey.... more 
Take care of the fixed ops, Keith Crain advises
Dealers should keep a close eye on fixed operations, an important potential profit center in the coming year.... more 
Elon Musk says he's addressing Tesla's slow customer responses
Tesla is getting overwhelmed by demand and isn't responding to customers quickly, CEO Elon Musk said, acknowledging the pitfalls of producing more electric cars.... more 
Chevy dealers' fixed ops prepare for return of medium-duty trucks
Hundreds of Chevrolet dealers are preparing their stores for what could be one of the most significant boosts for their fixed-operations business in a decade.... more 
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Used Vehicles News
Why Lithia is investing $54 million into a used-car startup
Lithia Motors is investing $54 million into online used-car buying startup Shift Technologies. The money will help Shift expand technologically and geographically.... more 
Hertz and Avis Budget selling fewer rentals at auctions
The volume of retired rental vehicles headed for auctions is steadily on the decline.... more 
Sales of certified pre-owned vehicles on the rise in first half of 2018
Industry sales of certified pre-owned vehicles bounced back in the first half, rising 3.3 percent, after a flat performance in 2017.... more 
Manheim's car and truck auctions improve for buyers and sellers with high-tech changes
Manheim has wrapped up a three-year, $100 million high-tech makeover of its physical auctions, re-engineering every process and replacing old technology.... more 
Small used-car prices rise unexpectedly
Prices for small used cars are climbing to unexpected levels- a sign that demand is growing as price-sensitive consumers face dwindling options in the new-car market.... more 
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