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No S660 convertible for U.S., but Honda has some sporty ideas

Honda's tiny S660 roadster from Japan likely has no future in the U.S. market, according to John Mendel. But that doesn't mean Honda doesn't have some fun things planned. ... Read More »

Dealer: Color-coding cars makes shopping easier

Orlando luxury dealer Peter Wilson has simplified used-vehicle retailing by grouping his inventory into clearly defined categories. ... Read More »

Mazda rolls out store redesign

A suburban Seattle store is the first store to adopt Mazda's first new dealership design in 12 years, a black-and-white motif called Retail Evolution. ... Read More »

Can BMW’s tech-loaded, plush 7 series take on Mercedes S class?

BMW's redesigned 2016 7-series sedan illustrates that even the brand that touts itself as a driver's car has succumbed to the gadget and semi-autonomous driving trend. In fact, BMW has outdone the Mercedes-Benz S-class sedan with gizmos. ... Read More »

Marchionne puts the squeeze on GM; GM’s response: ‘Why bail out FCA?’

General Motors has flatly rejected the advances of its crosstown rival, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, but FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne is not going away -- not by a long shot. ... Read More »

Toyota’s top suppliers prepare a tech blitz

Toyota's top suppliers are readying a host of advanced technologies for their No. 1 customer, including steer-by-wire systems, grille shutters, more efficient regenerative braking and new automatic transmissions. ... Read More »

Acura’s new boss wants sedans ‘that people get excited about’

Jon Ikeda is barely a few weeks into his new role as general manager of Acura, but the designer-turned-executive already knows what's atop his agenda at American Honda's luxury marque. ... Read More »

Marchionne’s shared views with UAW chief could help contract talks

Sergio Marchionne said he believes his straightforward relationship with UAW President Dennis Williams will help Fiat Chrysler reach a new labor agreement with the union. ... Read More »

Ford feels push to return to midsize trucks

Ford and its dealers have become restless on the sidelines as General Motors sells every midsize pickup it can build and Jeep makes bank month after month. ... Read More »

New Orleans dealers recall aftermath of the storm

Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina battered the Gulf Coast, killed at least 1,000 people in Louisiana and turned New Orleans into a vast flood zone. A pair of New Orleans-area dealers recall the aftermath of the storm and how it changed their business. ... Read More »
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