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Withdrawal from NAFTA would cost U.S. jobs, CAR study finds

President-elect Donald Trump's vows to renegotiate NAFTA and pursue more protectionist trade policies likely would have a negative effect on the U.S. auto industry, a new study found.

U.K. to test Jeep model after U.S. emissions accusations

The U.K. will carry out tests on the Jeep Grand Cherokee following U.S. accusations that Fiat Chrysler mislead regulators on diesel emissions.

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Automakers manage to keep stocks under control

U.S. automakers and dealers had a 63-day supply of unsold light vehicles on Jan. 1, up two days from the same time a year before but below the 65-day average for that date over the past 24 years.

Cadillac's Project Pinnacle has initial $800 million price tag

Cadillac's effort to transform its retailer network, known as Project Pinnacle, will cost $800 million in its first three years, the brand's chief says. Pinnacle, which starts April 1, overhauls how dealerships earn payments from Cadillac for meeting brand standards.

AutoNation to hire nationwide next Tuesday

AutoNation said it will host a one-day hiring event in 15 cities next Tuesday. More than a thousand sales and service positions are available at the stores and service centers.

Edmunds ramps up mobile strategy, redesigns site

Edmunds, kicking off the new year with a mobile-first strategy, has unveiled a new logo and launched a redesigned website. It also dropped the “.com” from Edmunds to signify that the company “has grown beyond a pure website.”

RouteOne acquires MaximTrak in bid to boost digital retail business

RouteOne has acquired F&I sales tool provider MaximTrak, effective as of now, RouteOne Holdings said Tuesday. Together, their goal is to position RouteOne for the future of digital retail by enabling customers to finance their vehicles and buy F&I products from wherever they're comfortable: in the finance office, on the showroom floor or online.

Where will Her Majesty get her oil change?

Jaguar's carefully polished heritage took a bash last week when the historic London dealership that serviced the queen's own cars announced it was closing shop, citing the onerous demands to stay within Jaguar Land Rover's franchise network.

JK Wrangler’s final act: Special editions

Jeep is stretching out consumer interest in the outgoing JK Wrangler by offering a number of special limited-edition packages over the next year while consumers await the arrival of the redesigned JL Wrangler in the second half of 2017.

Sales staff slips into something more comfortable

By blending a casual-attire work environment with a collection of high-end art on the walls, World Subaru in Tinton Falls, N.J., has outperformed other regional dealerships and achieved high customer-satisfaction ratings.

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