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New Research Shows Consumers Crave Convenience

Brand experience centers, at-home maintenance, service pick-up and drop-off: These are the modern automotive dreams, new research shows.

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Cox Automotive Shares 2020 Industry Insights

Cox Auto hosted their seventh annual Industry Insights Breakfast and have shared the materials online.

Sales of Retail Used Vehicles Expected to Grow

Cox expects 2020 to mark the beginning of a slight decline in the sale of total used-vehicles, as retail used-vehicle sales grow.

U.S. Dealers Remain Optimistic Despite External Threats

Concerns over the economy and political climate failed to discourage franchised and independent retailers surveyed for Cox Automotive’s latest Dealer Sentiment Index.

November Sales Report Pushes 2019 Total Closer to 17M

All but a few Asian and highline factories reported double-digit gains in U.S. sales last month, priming the industry for a big December and a fifth straight 17 million-unit year.

Picard Moves to New VP Role at Manheim

As vice president of industry partnerships, Julie Picard will provide leadership and strategic direction in Manheim’s work with auto dealers and other groups.

Good Recruiting Today Could Save Your F&I Department Tomorrow

Younger workers are interested in working at dealerships, which is good news for F&I. But they will be drawn to those employers who offer opportunities and benefits that may not fit your current structure.

Maybee Named President of NextGear Capital

Ten-year auto finance veteran Scott Maybee has been named president of NextGear Capital after serving as general manager of Manheim Northstar Minnesota.

Capps Officially Promoted to Manheim Sales Leader

Cox Automotive announced the promotion of Holly Capps to senior vice president of Manheim sales, where is she is expected to prioritize a stronger alignment among sales teams.

Detroit, Japan Factories Suffer in Short September Sales Report

U.S. sales of new cars and light trucks fell 12% year-over-year in September, suppressed in part by a Labor Day weekend allotted to August. Few were spared the sting, with all six of America’s and Japan’s biggest factories reporting double-digit declines.