January 28, 2015
- Buick says the Enclave's sales momemtum "has barely paused since its launch in mid-2007."
- D3 projected to post double-digit gains in Jan.; GM, Ally vie for F&I; Kia's 'Unexpected' ad; N.A. fuels FCA; Ford, Nissan recalls..
- In the nameplate’s best-ever year, Nissan sold 86,945 Titans in the United States. Nissan USA wants to sell 100,000 Titans annually when the new model, with its more extensive lineup, arrives for the 2016 model year. Titan sales declined 20% in 2014 Titan volume peaked at 87K in 2005 F-Series, GM, Ram […] The post Question Of The Day: Can Nissan Sell 100,000 Titans Annually? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
- Stricter fuel-economy standards will gradually reduce the environmental impact of cars, but what if people just stopped buying them? New-car sales haven't yet recovered to their pre-recession levels, and at least one analyst believes that at best, they'll only equal those heights this year. RELATED: Growth In Mass-Transit Usage Outpaces Increase...
January 27, 2015
- The Japanese auto maker saw its volumes decline in the first half of fiscal 2015 amid a challenging market environment. The company had to recall about 5 million cars in the U.S. and Japan due to faulty airbags provided by the Takata Corporation and had a hefty lawsuit filed against it by consumers in the U.S. As a result of the recalls, Honda’s priority has shifted from new model roll-outs, to the management of recalled vehicles. The handling of the faulty airbags situation by Takata was...
January 26, 2015
- Turns out that $7 million gets you a lot of premium customer amenities. And hopefully, sales.
- Can the Buick Encore and Enclave and GMC Sierra, Yukon and Canyon help the brands grow in 2015?
- As cars get greener, the environmental impact of the infrastructure used to sell them is getting increased attention. Making dealerships greener can not only lower the overall lifetime carbon footprint of a car (slightly), it can also yield significant financial benefits for the dealer in question. DON'T MISS: A Third Of This Dealer's Sales Are...
January 25, 2015
- Buick and GMC are out to gain U.S. market share again this year by riding momentum in truck and crossover sales.
- Merit Earl Fields was sales manager at Cadillac before becoming a Cadillac dealer on Chicago's North Shore in 1971.