Auto Dealerships

AutoNation Reports Strong Earnings Yet Again

AutoNation on Thursday reported yet another quarter with record results, as it sped up its $100 million investment in online programs to stay ahead of its rivals.


Auto Dealers See Growth Era in Florida

You can see the construction signs and dirt mounds from the road, but Frank DeLuca thinks the best way to show what's going on at his Toyota dealership is to view it from on high.


Tesla Fights for Permission to Sell Cars in Va.

Tesla Motors is fighting against bureaucracy and other auto dealers' resistance to keep its electric car business in Virginia, officials said.


El Paso Dealership Buys Stake in Sud's

Heller Ford of El Paso has purchased a stake in Sud's Motor Car Co. and plans to divide its six automobile brands into separate dealerships.


Free Ford F-150 for Florida Man

When James Gordon, 92, went to pick up his new 2013 Blue Jean Metallic F-150, he was greeted with the news that he'd bought No. 9 million sold by the national automobile dealer, and because of that his truck is free.


Texas Says No Deal to Tesla Motors

Tesla is trying to get around a Texas law that prohibits automakers from selling directly to customers, but the California manufacturer hasn't found any traction yet.


New Vehicle Sales Droop in Houston

Sales of new vehicle in the Houston area declined significantly in June, compared with the same time last year.


Will We Be Paying for Test Drives?

From time to time, readers recount awful experiences they've encountered at auto dealerships, but the recent, miserly news out of California ranks among the most penny- wise, pound-foolish examples.


Ford Offers Dealers Remodeling Incentives

The automaker's customers in this case are Ford dealers who plan to take advantage of the offer to cover half of the cost of remodeling, up to $1.5 million.


Chevy SS is Bringing Power Back to Dealers

Motors revealed the production version of the all-new Chevy SS, the brand's first eight-cylinder rear-wheel drive performance sedan in 17 years.


Electric Acrobatics and Showmanship Light Up Detroit Auto Show

The pressure to draw the eyes and ears of the automotive press to the dozens of "major" announcements during the Detroit preview days leads companies to put on entertainment that seems to have little to do with their products.


Fiat boss Marchionne Wants to Repurpose Excess Capacity

Last month the company announced that it would spend 1.3 billion dollars to retool a plant in Melfi, Italy, to build an entry-level Jeep and a new Fiat 500.


Smartphones Fueling Smarter Cars, Safer Drivers

General Motors and Ford Motor Co. both unveiled new music, news and points-of-interest applications that will be available in upcoming GM vehicles equipped with MyLink and immediately in Ford cars with Sync AppLink.


Chevrolet's New Tagline: 'Find New Roads'

GM confirmed Tuesday that it would wind down "Chevy Runs Deep" in early February and bring on "Find New Roads."


Saab North America and GM Enter Warranty Services Agreement

he transition of warranty administration services from GM to SPNA commenced on December 17, 2012.


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