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Groups Make Q3 Transactions

Deals close across three groups and in three states.

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Stellantis to Offer Seven Retro Charger and Challenger Muscle Cars

Dodge plans to offer seven low-volume "heritage-influenced" versions of the Charger and Challenger at certain dealerships before it ends their production.

Jim Butler Auto Group Acquires Two Dealerships in Mid-Missouri, Announces $3M Development and 50 New Jobs

The deal expands the company’s presence in Centralia, creating a hub for automotive sales with Chevrolet, Stellantis, and the first FORD franchise for Jim Butler Auto Group.

Generational Equity Advises Papa's Dodge in Its Sale to Dobbs Equity Partners

Located in New Britain, Connecticut, Papa’s Dodge is a leading new and used automotive dealership in Connecticut representing leading brands.

Tight Inventories Cause Brand Loyalty to Dip

Short supplies of new vehicles drove a dip in consumer loyalty of over 3 percentage points, according to Experian.

Lexus Dominates 2019 Resale Value Awards

J.D. Power unveiled its latest Resale Value Awards for mass-market and luxury vehicles, including six model-level awards for Lexus and four more for Toyota.

Report: Infotainment, Automation Boost New-Vehicle Appeal

J.D. Power analysts say the appeal of new vehicles has improved for the fifth consecutive year, accelerated in part by improved infotainment systems and semiautonomous driving technology.

JD Power: Initial Quality Stalls After 4 Years of Acceleration

Genesis, Kia, and Hyundai lead J.D. Power’s Initial Quality rankings for the second straight year, but new-vehicle quality scores are flat overall, driven by a decline among 18 of 31 major U.S. brands.

KBB.com Names 2019 Brand Image Award Winners

Honda, Lexus, and Toyota lead the nonluxury, luxury, and truck categories in Kelley Blue Book’s latest rankings of factories that successfully generate ‘attention and enthusiasm’ among new-car buyers.

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Fiat Chrysler to Electrify 30 Models by 2022

The company's executive leadership, including outgoing chief executive Sergio Marchionne, outlined the new investments during a June 1 investors meeting. Marchionne presented a five-year plan for the company, even though he has said he will retire in 2019.

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