Infiniti of Denver used valet service to boost business amid product void

by admin | on May 21

Infiniti of Denver's valet service has boosted service department revenue and lifted customer satisfaction.

EVs take Nashville stage at Automotive News Congress

by admin | on May 18

Speakers focused on the emerging battery-electric business at the first of four Automotive News Congress events in 2022 in Nashville.

2021 dealership acquisitions reshaped the auto retail landscape

by admin | on May 16

Erin Kerrigan, managing director of Kerrigan Advisors, a sell-side firm in Incline Village, Nev., observed a significant uptick of transactions

EV adoption faces many speed bumps

by admin | on Apr 28

EV consumer interest might not translate into as many sales as automakers and regulators would hope. Supply chain snags are

Mercedes-Benz electrifies SUV lineup, starting near top

by admin | on Apr 19

Production of the electric EQS SUV is scheduled to begin in June at Mercedes' Alabama factory. Prices will start at

BMW on Tesla's EV reign: ‘That's over'

by admin | on Apr 18

Tesla has been nipping at BMW's heels as the U.S. luxury market leader. But BMW management now has a plan

Toyota, Stellantis, GM dealerships change hands in four acquisitions

by admin | on Apr 8

Toyota, Stellantis and General Motors brand dealerships change hands in first- and second-quarter deals. Dealerships were sold in Michigan, Texas

EV age launches a wave of new technologies

by admin | on Mar 31

The auto supply chain is changing with the rise of electric vehicles. Automotive News looks at how those changes are

As gasoline prices soar, EV supplies remain tight

by admin | on Mar 11

With U.S. gasoline prices hitting records, Americans looking to EVs have more choices than ever, but severely low inventory remains

Latest shock at pump is different as dealer lots remain bare

by admin | on Mar 11

While soaring gasoline prices once spurred Americans to shun big SUVs and trucks, the latest spike is different as new-vehicle

Here’s how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is impacting the auto industry

by admin | on Mar 2

The crisis in Ukraine has caused disruptions at some auto assembly plants and prompted companies to suspend shipments to Russia.

Connected-vehicle tech remains promising and elusive

by admin | on Feb 26

Connected-car technology holds the potential to save lives, argue crash investigators who are once again calling for automakers to equip



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