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AutoNation's first-quarter net income rose 2.3 percent to $98.1 million on parts and service growth, while revenue inched up 0.4 percent to $5.14 billion.
Lithia Motors' net income rose 26 percent in the first quarter, on acquisition-powered volume gains in all departments.
Car dealers are getting more of their profits from the service lane even as unit sales remain near record levels, an NADA study found.
A new initiative hopes to get as many Colorado dealers onto solar energy as possible before federal tax incentives begin to fade in 2020.
Victory Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram built an off-road test trail on its wooded property to show customers the capability of a Jeep.
Mazda's autonomous-car goal: Keep humans in charge; GM adding 1,100 Cruise Automation jobs; Tesla's truck timeline; NADA: Dealership jobs, wages rise; Bosch cybersecurity patch.
Fixed ops directors identify their top priorities for 2017.
Dealership buy-sell advisers warn FCA's plan to add about 380 new points could ding the value of many existing Chrysler dealerships. But much hinges on what brands the new stores will sell.
The Cardinale dealership group builds employee relationships and reinforces company values through a book-study program that keeps hundreds of employees reading.
Dealers featured this week include Kent Stevinson, president of Stevinson Toyota East in Aurora, Colo.; and Ron Theis, dealer principal of University Honda in Corvallis, Ore.
Trump expected to reopen MPG review; Volvo plans 250-mile EV; Tesla Model 3 hits street; Mobileye deal to hasten self-driving era?; Ford tests Smart Service kiosk; A special Toyota.
Cardinale Automotive Group uses social-media tools to build target audiences, track who's taking action and see who actually shows up to buy.
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