Dealers are increasingly cutting costs across the board this year to offset narrowing margins, rising expenses and a potential economic downturn.
Ford has elected not to use GM’s nine-speed transmission out of the box, opting instead for two new eight-speed transmissions on vehicles such as the Ford Edge, Ford Transit Connect and Lincoln Nautilus.
Congressional efforts to limit the CFPB’s power are moving in parallel with similar efforts by its leader.
A wide-ranging California bill that aims to strengthen the state’s existing new-car dealer franchise laws is scheduled to have its first committee hearing today.
BMW of North America won’t change the major components of its controversial dealership bonus program for 2018, but it will relax some of the metrics it uses so that more dealerships should qualify for the payments.
The discounted lease deal puts the Accord within striking distance of the Camry in strong lease markets such as California, Ohio and Florida.
At two Florida dealerships, food service is treated as a department unto itself, serving both customers and staff with a wide-ranging menu.
Automotive manufacturers are staffing up for a new wave of innovators to drive technological change, and many realize that they need a more diverse pool of talent — especially women — to get the job done.
Toyota is hoping to break an awkward silence in the discussion over getting vehicles to talk to one another.
Chinese online retailing giant Alibaba is partnering with global auto brands for the first time to supply artificial intelligence technology for home-to-vehicle connectivity in China.