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MTV study finds Gen Y wants cars — and a better buying process

Many millennials really do like cars and strive to own one. But they'd like the car buying process to take less time, be more transparent, offer more affordable customization options and have more targeted advertising. ... Read More »

GM to cut production of Chevy Sonic, Buick Verano

General Motors is cutting production of its Chevrolet Sonic and Buick Verano small cars amid higher-than-normal inventories, a sign that low gasoline prices could be weakening the sales outlook for small cars. ... Read More »

George Gibson, chief engineer of the Dodge Dart, dies at 92

George Gibson Jr., a former chief engineer for Dodge, died Wednesday in Rochester, Minn. He was 92. ... Read More »

Ford takes charge of $800 million on Venezuelan currency

Ford said it will take a one-time pretax charge of $800 million in its fourth quarter results because the inability to exchange US dollars for Venezuelan bolivars has restricted operations in the South American country. ... Read More »

FTC, DOJ to Host Second Public Workshop on Examining U.S. Health Care Competition

The Federal Trade Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division will jointly host the second workshop in the series, Examining Health Care Competition, on February 24-25, 2015, in the Constitution Center Auditorium located at 400 7th Street,...

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Renegade excels as entry-level Jeep, both on-road and off

The Renegade subcompact SUV is Jeep's latest attempt at an entry-level vehicle. With prices starting at $18,990, including shipping, the first Italian-made Jeep should help the brand thrive in the competitive subcompact market. ... Read More »

Big sales goal for new Titan may be low, Nissan’s Munoz says

Nissan startled many auto industry observers last week when it said it envisioned the redesigned 2016 Titan capturing 5 percent of the U.S. full-size pickup market. But Nissan's U.S. boss, Jose Munoz, says 5 percent might be on the low side. ... Read More »

Mobile is king, but third-party sites chart unique paths to connect dealers, buyers

Mobile is king when it comes to car shopping, representatives of third-party shopping sites say. ... Read More »

Big dealerships are here to stay, panel says

Big dealerships are here to stay. That's the assessment of retailers talking about the dealership of the future at Thursday's Automotive News Retail Forum. ... Read More »

Cadillac to Upgrade Customer Experience at 700 Dealerships

WASHINGTON D.C. — Cadillac will be implementing what it's calling a luxury focused, boutique experience at 700 of its 900 dealer stores. These locations will support the company's 200 flagship, stand-alone dealerships, according to Cadillac.The dealership...

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