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Hacked Cars Could Spread Malware Via Dealers, WIRED Reports

At a hacker conference last month, security consultant Craig Smith said a malware-infected vehicle coming in for service could potentially infect a dealership’s testing equipment, which would in turn spread the virus to every vehicle a dealership services.

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Chrysler Dealer Lawsuit Against U.S. Government to Go Forward

A lawsuit alleging that the U.S. government acted illegally when it required Chrysler to close down 789 dealerships in order to be eligible for funding from the Troubled Asset Relief Program will be allowed to move forward, a judge ruled last week.

RouteOne, Santander to Offer eContracting to All Chrysler Dealers

RouteOne and Santander Consumer USA, along with the finance source’s Chrysler Capital program, will make full eContracting capabilities available to all of Santander’s and Chrysler Capital’s dealers by 2016’s second quarter.

Online F&I

It was a tale of two departments at Industry Summit, where dealers, technology execs and F&I trainers discussed the progress made by sales and F&I teams to convert and finance Internet shoppers.

Chrysler Group LLC Becomes FCA US LLC

The U.S.-based automaker’s new name follows the naming convention of its global parent company, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V., which assumed its new name in October when it listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

November Sales Pace at 17.20 Million-Unit Annual Rate

November total light vehicle sales increased 4.6% from a year ago to more than 1.3 million units. The industry SAAR was also up significantly from a year ago and the month prior, rising to 17.20 million units.

Chrysler Capital, Santander Lower Cap on Dealer Participation

The moves come just weeks after the CFPB proposed to oversee larger nonbank auto finance sources for the first time at the federal level.

New-Car Transaction Prices Jump 3% in August, KBB Reports

In August, the estimated average transaction price for light vehicles in the United States was $32,495, according to the vehicle valuation source. New-car prices have also increased 2.7% from the same period last year.

July New-Vehicle Sales Increase 5% in July, Autodata Reports

July sales totaled 1.435 million units, according to the firm. It put the July SAAR at 16.48 million units, up from 15.76 million in July 2013 but down from 16.9 million in June.

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June Sales Top A Year Ago Despite Fewer Selling Days

Total light vehicle sales in June rose 1.2% from a year ago to 1.42 million units, even with two fewer selling days on the calendar. The month’s 16.98 million SAAR also bested May’s and last June's rate.