Mobility trend could spell trouble for dealers
The single biggest risk to franchised dealerships in the next 10 years is a potential change in vehicle ownership patterns as self-driving cars and mobility services converge, says a consultant hired by the National Automobile Dealers Association to study the future of auto retailing.
NADA economist says auto sales will cruise along
Dealership turnover squeezing profits
Special issue to mark NADA centennial
In a column for Automotive News' Jan. 23 special issue celebrating the National Automobile Dealers Association's centennial, former NADA President Phil Brady recalls some of the challenges that arose after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Tough competition for talent driving wage growth in dealerships
The dealership labor market is tightening as retailers hire additional employees and pay them more, the annual NADA Data report shows. The trend adds to the pressure dealers face to come up with better ways to recruit and retain talent.