That's one accessorized Nissan Armada ... or Patrol
Nissan decked out its Armada for fun -- and then called it a Patrol.
Texas dealer Ben Keating finds success in endurance racing
With his recent switch to driving a Mercedes-AMG race car, Keating has high hopes for AMG sales at his Mercedes store opening in Texas later this year.
NADA Academy launches work-friendly training program for high-potential employees
The National Automobile Dealers Association is offering a new NADA Academy training program for up-and-coming dealership employees.
Former Tesla exec O'Connell joins Scott Painter's Fair
Fair, the used-vehicle leasing subscription service led by TrueCar founder Scott Painter, has added former Tesla executive Diarmuid O'Connell to its team.
What a $54/month lease offer on $50,000 BMW says about state of EVs
The eye-popping discount on a BMW i3 wasn't a fluke. It's a sign of the daunting economics facing carmakers during the slow shift to electric vehicles.
Title violations for Michigan Chevy dealership lead to suspension, then stay
A Michigan Chevy dealership was granted an emergency stay to continue selling vehicles despite a 15-day suspension it received based on customer complaints and numerous title-processing violations.
PSA plots lower-cost course for U.S. return
PSA Group is considering a tech-centric, digital shopper-focused approach to selling cars as it plots its comeback in the United States.
For many brands, regional auto shows are big deals
With one in four new-car buyers attending an auto show before they purchase, many automakers are figuring out new ways to attract visitors to their displays.
Dealers featured this week include Dennis Davenport, general manager of Nucar Mazda in New Castle, Del., Charles Vaillant, dealer principal of Triangle Dealers del Oeste in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico and Gerardo Pascual, dealer principal of AutoGrupo Chrysler in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
TrueCar's Perry: 'We embraced the need to change'
Do consumers want the lowest price or a fair price? TrueCar is betting on a fair price.
Can tamer TrueCar be true to itself?
Under Chip Perry, TrueCar is not a different company, but it's a very different brand, casting itself more clearly as the friend of the auto dealer. In the process, TrueCar gave up some of what made it distinctive in a sea of lead generators.
Mazda picks up a German accent
While Mazda can't pass itself off as a luxury brand, the mix of quality, handling and design have proved potent enough to draw upscale consumers who drive German cruisers.
Lincoln's unlikely comeback journey
In mid-2011, a rival CEO snidely suggested someone should "sprinkle holy water" on Lincoln. But instead of planning for a funeral, the brand's executives were quietly crafting a plan that would eventually lead Ford's luxury marque back to relevance.
Auto lending guidance could end, but not scrutiny
The repeal of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection's auto loan guidance would be a victory for dealers and lenders, but other regulators will keep an eye on auto lending. The celebration should be short-lived.
Cadillac's virtual reality project has 'no limits,' innovation head says
Dealers can get a head start marketing Cadillac's XT4 compact premium crossover not with traditional on-site inventory, but instead with virtual reality.
Ohio governor opens state public roads for smart vehicle testing
Ohio's governor has opened all of the state's public roads to autonomous vehicle testing. Testing on state roads must comply with established safety parameters and current traffic laws.
Automakers cash in on mainstream models with big-sticker trims
Perhaps the greatest engineering feat in the auto industry this century isn't mechanical but financial: getting people to spend luxury money on milquetoast vehicles.