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VW's strong incentives in the US mean that dealers continue to do brisk business despite the emissions crisis. However, inventories are now very low, and that doesn't look to change in the coming weeks.


A Ford dealer in Massachusetts has a group of teens on the payroll to explain in-car tech to customers.


Bugatti just opened two new showrooms here in the United States: one in New York and another in Miami, with more to follow. But with the Veyron sold out and the Chiron yet to arrive, neither has any cars to sell at the moment.


Ford will reportedly begin a huge sale on November 3 to offer significant incentives on many of its new models, including the F-150. The deals will run through early January.


The Penske Ferrari Maserati dealership inside the Wynn resort in Las Vegas is closing after ten years. It will relocate to Towbin Motorcars.


There's More To It Than Just Supply and Demand

Owners of VW diesels and those who might want one aren't sure what to do. We lay out the things to think about if you're looking to buy or thinking of unloading.


October Poised To Represent True Indicator Of Sales Loss

VW posted a small overall sales gain in the month of September, but that's because the full brunt of its diesel emissions scandal won't be felt until October.


61B Gallons Of Biofuels Capacity Expected In 2018

Global biofuels capacity is predicted to reach 61 billion gallons by 2018. TRD equipment images for the 2016 Toyota Prius leak early. Keyes Hyundai in LA is now selling the Tucson Fuel Cell.


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.


Maserati North America is being sued by a dealer over allegations that the company incentivized its stores to fabricate sales of the Ghibli.


Oprah Winfrey is latest celebrity to declare her love for the Tesla Model S. Her endorsement for the EV on social media could provide a temporary bump for the brand.


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.


Toyota's eight Mirai dealers in California are getting ready to start selling the hydrogen fuel cell sedans in October. One of these showrooms is even willing to turn potential customers away if they aren't right for the model.


First Drop For Autos In Two Years

Just as China's stock market collapses, the country's passenger car association reports the first sales slump there in over two years. The fall is predicted to extend further into the second half of 2015.


NRG eVgo Plans For 100-kW Future

Toyota of Plano uses Uber drivers for word-of-mouth advertising. Houston Mechatronics brings NASA knowledge to Andretti Formula E powertrain. NRG eVgo plans for the future with 100-kW chargers.


CarMax is facing renewed controversy in California after a study by two consumer protection groups found that about 10 percent of the vehicles at two stores had pending recalls.

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