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The Deeper Dive: How Technology Is Disrupting Dealer Service And Parts Departments

The focus in the Tesla dealer fight has been direct sales, but traditional dealers should be more worried about other forces at work against them.

Used Chevy Volts are appearing on the market at an increased rate, but many potential buyers are afraid of electrical-system parts and repair costs. There's now a clearer picture of replacement costs and more options for battery repair and maintenance are showing up.

For its 12th season, Wheeler Dealers is staying entirely in the United States. Here are some cars from America that made a tidy profit for Mike and Edd.

Vice President of Customer Service for Volvo Cars of North America, Scott Doering, explains Volvo's new lifetime parts and labor service program.

The All-Electric Sedan Is Not Cheap To Repair, But It's Getting Better

Tesla Model S drivers are discovering that the cost for repair parts have come down in the last 30 days.

Volvo Cars of North America introduces a new lifetime warranty on both parts and labor for service and maintenance work carried out on off-warranty vehicles at authorized dealers.

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