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Despite closing its express lube lane a Nevada Toyota dealership has increated revenue by diving into accessories sales with a special showroom.
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.
Used-vehicle prices are rising this summer, not declining as expected. What's going on?
The chronic shortage of service technicians is growing even more acute, threatening dealership profits from fixed operations.
Expect to see the Niro's nameplate expanded with a fully electric edition soon, while Kia adds the Telluride to the lineup to further capitalize on the shift to crossovers.
Lexus global president Yoshihiro Sawa says electric vehicles will not suit everyone and buyers will need choices.
Michael Knipe, Subaru's fixed ops chief, is responsible for the automaker's aftermarket parts and service business development and North American parts and accessory supply chain planning and distribution. He answers questions for Fixed Ops Journal.
Just over 1 percent of the 317,000-plus service technicians at new-vehicle dealerships are women, but that share seems likely to grow.
Nissan plans to invest about $900 million to boost vehicle-making capacity in China by 40 percent by 2021, part of an $8.73 billion strategy to become a top player in the world's largest auto market.
Whether soybean-coated electrical wires in Toyota vehicles attract "pesky" rats isn't the point -- at least not the legal point -- according to a federal judge in California.
The Trump administration's proposal calling for freezing the standards at 2020 levels seems completely disconnected from what is happening in the industry.
How is the shortage of service technicians affecting operations at your dealership?
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