LETTER TO THE EDITOR
GM's dog won't hunt
I thought the comments that Peter Lanzavecchia madewere right on target.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Technician's job isn't what it used to be
Editor David Kushma's column on auto repair personnel statistics should have someone concerned -- maybe the consumer.
When self-driving cars come to small towns
In “Going Home,” the seventh episode of Season 3 of “Futurismo,” we talk with Saginaw city leaders about the role advanced transportation technologies will play in the future of small-town America.
Fintechs are new players in online auto purchases
Fintechs are information-technology providers specializing in applications delivering F&I products to customers via a dealer's website.
Who pays for Mitsubishi's about-face on store design?
One Mitsubishi dealer estimates the changes would total between $600,000 and $750,000.
Dealers featured this week include James Kari, dealer principal of Kari Toyota in Superior, Wis.; Jerry Brickner, president of Brickner's of Antigo, in Wisconsin; Joseph Thurby, dealer principal of Riverside Motor Sales in Markleysburg, Pa.; Tim Dahle, dealer principal of Tim Dahle Infiniti in Murray, Utah; and the Virginia Automobile Dealers Association.
Just give them a choice
Lexus global president Yoshihiro Sawa says electric vehicles will not suit everyone and buyers will need choices.
A hint of Infiniti's electrified future
Infiniti will unveil its Prototype 10 concept car tis week in Pebble Beach.
Checking Honda's Passport
Honda's revived Passport crossover has been spotted road testing in California.
COMMENTARY: Michael Wayland
Function without the flair
The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado may set a new industry standard for engineering and ride. It's a smooth and nimble V-8 tjat os a joy to drive. However, the new truck lacks features and amenities -- particularly on the interior -- that are key for attracting younger and luxury buyers.
Sergio's way is the highway
For a few days, a street in Toledo was dubbed "Sergio Marchionne Way", in honor of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO who died July 25.
EPA staff concerns may fuel critics of rollback proposal
A document detailing EPA staff concerns provides fodder for legal challenges to the Trump administration's proposal to roll back federal fuel economy standards.
Best boss ever: JLR store workers split $2 million
Car dealer and philantropist Gerry Lenfest, who died Aug 5, may have set a record when he handed out $2 million dollars in bonus checks to employees two years ago.
COMMENTARY: John Boesel
Fuel-economy retreat would be a lost economic opportunity
The Trump administration's proposal calling for freezing the standards at 2020 levels seems completely disconnected from what is happening in the industry.
COMMENTARY: Jonathan Smoke
A sizzling summer for vehicle prices
Used-vehicle prices are rising this summer, not declining as expected. What's going on?
Used-vehicle prices stronger than expected
Increasing demand for used vehicles, concern over potential tariffs and tightening supplies are causing used-vehicle prices to strengthen instead of taking their normal summer dip.
Ford and Argo AI achieve mutual respect
How are Ford Motor Co. and software partner Argo AI from Silicon Valley getting along as they prepare Ford's first autonomous vehicle for a 2021 deployment?
Ford estimates train station renovation to cost $750 million
Ford anticipates spending $740 million turning an abandoned train depot in Detroit and several neighboring properties into an urban technology campus, but it's seeking tax breaks and other incentives to cover at least a third of that amount.
Can Mark Wahlberg Chevrolet harness its star power?
Actor Mark Wahlberg and partner Jay Feldman are adding staff and bolstering promotional tactics at their new Chevy store in Ohio as they seek to ramp up sales.
McLaren prepares to go electric, but don't expect an SUV
McLaren is preparing for electrification — but stands by a flat no to SUVs.
Auto subscriptions' next hurdle: State laws
A subscription ban in Indiana and a California proposal to make automaker subscription programs go through dealers are the first steps taken in what could be a wave of scrutiny over subscription programs in state houses across the country.