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Mazda introduces its new dealership design language called Retail Evolution, focusing on a more upscale feel and open-plan spaces.

TrueCar founder Scott Painter will step down as CEO of the car-shopping company by the end of the year. He will remain there as chairman of the board of directors. The business is now looking for a replacement.

Lexus will begin a no-haggle price policy at 12 dealerships in the US in 2016. The pilot program will run for the entire year, and if successful it could expand to other dealers in 2017.

A woman in Colorado finds a mechanic at Peak Kia North used her car as his own, put 200 miles on it in four days, and didn't fix the issue she took it in for.

The Federal Trade Commission is investigating General Motors for allegedly selling certified pre-owned cars without having completed pending recall repairs.

Mazda USA gave a new MX-5 Miata to an owner after their Launch Edition was in an accident almost as soon as it left the showroom.

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