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NADA Maintains 17.7 Million Sales Prediction for 2016

MCLEAN, Va. — The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) is sticking to its initial forecast of 17.7 million news cars and light trucks for 2016, despite current economic and political uncertainties.“We’ve had six straight years of steadily...

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Mitsubishi blames ‘collective failure’ for mileage fraud, ‘starting from the management’

An investigation of practices at Mitsubishi found a corporate culture where workers couldn't push back against management demands and infighting between departments contributed to a fuel-economy manipulation scandal that's led to a rescue from... ... Read More »

Maledon to Lead Rules and Regs Panel at Compliance Summit

LAS VEGAS — Attorney and compliance expert Michael Maledon will serve as moderator for a panel discussion devoted to rules and regulations at the upcoming Compliance Summit, organizers announced Tuesday. The two-day conference will begin on Monday, Aug. 29,...

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When your kid asks you for something, try to keep the money conversation going

“Can you buy this for me, pleeease?” It’s normal for young children to have a hard time not getting everything they want. Your questions and explanations can help them develop habits that can help their financial future. ... Read More »

When your kid asks you for something, try to keep the money conversation going

“Can you buy this for me, pleeease?” It’s normal for young children to have a hard time not getting everything they want. Your questions and explanations can help them develop habits that can help their financial future. ... Read More »

S. Korea suspends sale of 32 VW, Audi, Bentley models in emissions probe

South Korea suspended the sale of 32 Volkswagen Group models and fined the German automaker 17.8 billion won ($16.06 million), accusing it of forging documents on emissions or noise-level tests. ... Read More »

S. Korea suspends sale of most VW, Audi, Bentley models in emissions probe

South Korea today suspended sales of most Volkswagen AG models in a fresh blow to the German automaker as it struggles to overcome the global repercussions of its emissions-test cheating scandal and rebuild its tattered image. ... Read More »

Win a Trip to Industry Summit

LAS VEGAS — F&I product and technology provider IAS and F&I and Showroom magazine are looking to send five readers to Las Vegas for Industry Summit 2016. The contest is being used to tee up a special workshop for F&I personnel agents that will...

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Study deems ride-hailing a nonthreat to U.S. auto industry

Ride-hailing could transform worldwide transportation, but don't expect major disruptions in the U.S., concludes a report by the Center for Automotive Research. ... Read More »

FCA exec says shaving weight from Pacifica meant choosing right materials

Mike Downey's team at Fiat Chrysler shaved 250 pounds from the 2016 Chrysler Town and Country to create the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica. But the challenge wasn't what to cut, but how to replace a part with something that works better. ... Read More »
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