A Frederick, Md., auto dealership owner was honored by General Motors on Wednesday for his 25 years of success.
Oregon auto dealers see signs of a promising market, encouraged by local sales and national trends.
Central Ohio new-car buyers have rediscovered Chrysler, an automaker whose new designs and generous incentives have sent its local sales rising.
Fort Lauderdale-based AutoNation, the country's largest vehicle retailer, reported a 38 percent jump in sales of new cars and trucks in June compared to a year ago.
The owners of a Grayson, Ky., auto dealership have filed a $12 million federal lawsuit against Nissan North America.
New car and light truck registrations in Hawaii soared 21.5 percent in the first quarter of the year and are up 17.8 percent for the first five months of 2012 compared with the same period last year, according to the just-released Hawaii Auto Outlook report.
Consumers in the market for a new vehicle might find getting an auto loan easier than it was a year or so ago.
In 2007, Sacramento entrepreneur Doug Stabler embarked on an enterprise that, looking back, appears to be the prototype for failure in the recession.
Just a few weeks after General Motors curbed production of Volts, Chevrolet dealers in California are scrambling to get the extended-range electric cars on their lots as sales surge because of special state incentives for electric vehicles and West Coast gas still above $4 a gallon.
You've done your research. You've test driven the vehicles you're considering. You think you're a well-informed consumer, right?
After an impressive start to the year, U.S. auto sales slipped 3.7 percent in
May due to confusing economic
signals, higher gas prices and shortages of Japanese cars and auto parts
following the country's devastating earthquake.
General Motors increased the number of Chevrolet Volts it is officially planning to build, as the company gears up for the formal announcement next week of the new jobs expected for Detroit-Hamtramck.
Ford announced today that it exceeded its supplier diversity sourcing goals by purchasing $4.1 billion in goods and services from its tier-one minority- and women-owned business enterprises in 2010.
When Sellers Buick/GMC worked with Search Optics on
their digital marketing solution, they planned for a strong mobile presence
to meet an expected small but highly-valued community of cell phone,
iPad and tablet visitors.
Amid a revolutionary change in the automobile industry, the father-and-son team of Lombardo Perez, Sr. and Jr. are behind the wheel of one of Miami's most successful dealerships. Lombardo Perez, Sr. opened Metro Ford in Miami more than 25 years ago and he quickly turned the company profitable. But in recent years, times have been bumpy. The automobile industry is undergoing a seismic shift.