It was a good year for the top 20 U.S. Hispanic-owned auto dealerships on the 2013 HispanicBusiness Automotive Report.
Honda, Nissan and Toyota dominated the Top 10 Vehicles Among U.S.-Hispanic Consumers list this year, holding down eight of the 10 spots.
Automotive executive Fred Diaz talks about leaving Chrysler and why he's revved up about Nissan.
U.S. Hispanics are spending money, and they're spending it on new vehicles -- from small gas-saving cars and light-duty trucks to luxury sedans and sport-utility models.
Car dealers see Hispanic consumers as an important part of their growth, and are noticing trends in what motivates Hispanic consumers to make purchasing decisions.
Dealers interviewed by HispanicBusiness.com report consumers are stepping back into showrooms more quickly than the buying public as a whole. This trend reflects a recent survey showing U.S. Hispanics are optimistic about an economic recovery.