Chevy launches year-end employee pricing campaignDec. 10
Affordability worries put dealers in a gloomy moodDec. 10
November numbers reflect surprisingly good sales yearDec. 10
Heading into 2018, U.S. auto sales appeared headed for a second-straight annual decline. But it hasn't played out as expected: Sales have remained steady even as incentives were disciplined and prices rose further.
'Tax-refund season could be a disaster this year'Dec. 10
Volvo dealers in California revolt against subscriptionsDec. 10
KIA'S SOUL HEIRDec. 10
'Crazy Ivan' grab shoppers' attentionDec. 10
As more cars disappear, affordability challenge growsDec. 3
The pitch: Survive the autonomous eraDec. 3
KAR agrees to buy European online auction service for $176 millionNov. 28
Toyota pins Corolla hopes on multicultural buyersNov. 26
The Toyota Corolla, a perennial top seller among light vehicles in the U.S., faces a tougher market as car sales plummet. Toyota believes there are still pockets of opportunity for sales with multicultural groups.
BLACK FRIDAY AND FLEETSNov. 26
Black Friday hasn't just taken over Thanksgiving weekend: Big sales run all month, especially in automakers' and dealers' marketing efforts. For many Americans, buying big-ticket items in November now goes hand in hand with stuffing themselves full of turkey and gravy and, well, stuffing.