Auction Companies – Traditional
Vol. 9, Issue 4
Used-vehicle values fell by an average of 1.9% in October, the largest decline since January but on course with seasonal patterns, according to the latest report from Black Book.
Auto/Mate Dealership Systems welcomed 145 customers to its User Summit in San Antonio last week.
Carlos Ghosn will be ousted as head of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance and face criminal charges in Japan after being accused of underreporting income in official stock market filings.
Swapalease.com’s latest report show U.S. lease approval rates improved slightly to 70.9% in October following a 3.9% dip in September.
J.D. Power’s latest sales satisfaction ratings put Porsche and Mini at the top of the luxury and mass-market rankings and find car buyers prefer to communicate by text message.
The EV Drive Coalition will lobby Congress to ‘reform and recharge’ the federal electric vehicle tax credit.
An anonymous source told Bloomberg that no new tariffs on foreign-made vehicles will be announced until after a Commerce Department report is finalized in February.
Chinese carmaker Zotye Automobile has formed a U.S. sales and distribution company and has begun a search for dealers of a yet-to-be-named SUV.
Ford has partnered with Yakima to offer dealers a wide range of outdoor adventure accessories for the upcoming Ranger pickup.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau released its annual ranking of U.S. holidays on which vehicles are most and least often stolen.