AutoNews Now: How auto industry can lose its sexist image

At NADA: How auto industry can shed its sexist image; Carvana's big challenge; A virtual aide named Nexi; Leadership tips from legendary football coach Nick Saban.Read More

Mercedes dealer meeting: Subscriptioin pilot will launch in June

Mercedes-Benz USA confirmed to dealers Saturday that it would launch its U.S. subscription service pilot in two cities in June.Read More

Infiniti dealer meeting: Keep an eye on gross margins, dealers told

Infiniti will encourage dealers to go slow in selling the brand's soon-to-launch star product this year, the redesigned QX50 crossover.Read More

Honda cuts U.S. Accord output as sales slip, supplies grow

Honda told dealers that production of the acclaimed 2018 Accord is being reduced at its Marysville, Ohio, assembly plant to combatRead More

Kia: Customer care, product keys to profit

Focus on new product and customer satisfaction to improve profitability, Kia executives told dealers here on Saturday.Read More

Subaru dealer meeting: More retailers will sell 1,000 vehicles per year

Subaru of America pledged to deliver the right product, in the right volume and strong marketing to help half of the dealer body sell at least 1,000 vehicles a year.Read More

Mini dealer meeting: Rising sales my lift dealer profits

With a sales volume boost so far this year, Mini dealerships could improve profitability, executives told dealers.Read More

Lincoln plans suicide doors on the Continental sedan

Lincoln plans to add suicide doors to a future version of the Continental sedan in a move that harks back to the nameplate's iconic past, dealers learned Saturday at the 2018 NADA show in Las Vegas.Read More

Profits a top goal for VW dealers as brand recovers

Profitability remains a key concern for Volkswagen dealers as they climb their way back from the diesel emissions crisis and the subsequent buyback and repair of hundreds of thousands of vehicles.Read More

Ford doubles co-op advertising money for dealers

Ford told dealers at its annual make meeting at the 2018 NADA Show that, by June, they'd have roughly $270 million available annually in their advertising co-op, up from about $135 million today.Read More

Mazda dealers promised ad blitz in April

Mazda will roll out a major advertising campaign to reposition the brand after talking with dealers who feel its marketing has been lackluster in recent months.Read More

New Acura RDX crossover creates buzz among dealers

Acura's Jon Ikeda hopes to see a "big transition" in how consumers think and feel about the brand in 2018. The brand's completely reworked 2019 RDX crossover will be a huge driver of that potential shift.Read More

GM tops in customer loyalty for 3rd year

For the third year in a row, General Motors finished as the top automaker in IHS Markit's Automotive Loyalty Awards.Read More

AutoNews Now: RDX launch critical, Acura dealers told

At NADA: RDX launch must succeed, Acura dealers told; Nissan vows to ease up; Jeep pickup due date; Sonic resists upgrade demands; BMW skipping Detroit; Time Dealer of the Year.Read More

A chat on the show floor

Subaru of America CEO Tom Doll, left, talks with 2017 NADA Chairman Mark Scarpelli, center, and 2018 NADA Vice Chairman Charlie Gilchrist Friday at the Subaru exhibit. Subaru of America is working toward its 10th consecutive year of record U.S.Read More

GAC not only promoter of Chinese autos at NADA

Chinese automaker GAC has a large presence at the NADA Show, with several vehicles on hand and a team of representatives to talk with dealers interested in adding the brand.But GAC isn't the only Chinese brand here.Read More

Nissan says dealer profits a 2018 priority

Nissan vowed Friday to help stimulate dealer profits this year as it scales back its push for volume and market share.Read More

AutoNews Now: Remembering retail pioneer Wayne Huizenga

At NADA: Remembering retail pioneer Wayne Huizenga; Nissan to launch 8 EVs by 2022; Painter's push to 'idealize' customer experience; Hinrichs to talk product with Ford dealers.Read More

AutoNews Now: PSA's three-step plan for re-entering N.A.

At NADA: PSA taking startup approach to re-entering N.A., Dominique says; Online sales sentiments: 'Long way to go,' dealer says; Nissan preps for 'experience revolution'; F&I opener.Read More

AutoNews Now: At NADA: Under 40? Don't flame out

At NADA: Under 40? Don't flame out; EVs by subscription; J.D. Power: Car-focused lineup hurting some brands; New Power CEO has a taste for acquisitions.Read More