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Tom Webb to Retire as Cox Automotive's Chief Economist

NADA: Supply, Incentives Driving Down Retention Rates

Nearly across the board, the retention rates of model-year 2013 vehicles were down this year compared to the same time last year, according to the most recent NADA Used Car Guide Perspective report.

October 6, 2016

July's 2.3% Drop in Wholesale Prices Ties June Record, NADAUCG Reports

Wholesale prices for vehicles up to eight years in age fell 2.3% in July, tying June for the biggest drop recorded so far this year, according to the NADA Used Car guide. As a result, the firm lowered its seasonally adjusted used vehicle price index 1.1% to 118.9 .

August 16, 2016

NADA Maintains 17.7 Million Sales Forecast for 2016

Despite current economic and political uncertainties, the NADA is sticking with its original sales forecast of 17.7 million news cars and light trucks for 2016. The association's chief economist, however, predicted that total sales will drop to 17.1 million units in 2017, noting that most of the pent-up demand from the Great Recession has been satisfied.

August 2, 2016

NADA Announces New Senior Vice President of Dealership Operations

Peter L. Fong has joined the National Automobile Dealers Association as senior vice president of dealership operations. One of his key areas of interest will be to accelerate the process of moving dealerships toward the ‘online to in-store’ car-buying experience for consumers.

June 7, 2016

CreditMiner to Unveil Augmented Reality Dealer Solution at NADA Convention

NADA Says New-Vehicle Sales to Reach 17.7 Million in 2016

In a joint press conference preceding the Los Angeles Auto Show, representatives from the NADA and J.D. Power spoke on the current state of auto retailing and delivered their 2016 new- and used-vehicle sales predictions.

November 19, 2015

NADA: Employee Salaries at New-Car Dealerships Rise

Not only was employee turnover below the rate recorded in the private sector, dealership employees earned 29% more than private-sector workers. The study also showed that F&I had the highest ratio of women.

October 27, 2015

Buffett Won’t Steer F&I, Defends Franchise Model