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GM Rolls Out Optional Extended Warranty

The new extended ‘bumper-to-bumper’ warranty isn’t designed to act like a dealer-offered service contract. Repairs can be completed without filing a claim and there are no deductibles. The option also is included in a vehicle’s overall price.

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Calif. Board: GM Violated State Law in Attempting to Cancel Dealer's Franchise

In an Aug. 13 ruling, the California New Motor Vehicle Board sided with Folsom Chevrolet in a case that calls into question the way General Motors and other automakers measure and enforce sales expectations.

KBB: SUV/Pickup Demand Drive Up May's Avg. Transaction Price

May's average transaction price for light vehicles rose by a healthy 3%, even as new-vehicle demand is expected to falter in 2018, according to the vehicle information site.

Cause for Concern: CEOs Take the AFSA Stage

Executives representing leading auto finance sources gathered at the American Financial Services Association’s 2018 conference to discuss the present and future consequences of inflated lease returns, declining used-car values, and rising interest rates.

Head of Cadillac Departs

Johan De Nysschen has left the company to pursue other interests. The news comes nearly four years after he was named head of General Motors’ luxury brand.

Hyundai, Acura Take Top Honors in KBB’s ‘5-Year Cost to Own’ Awards

The firm named Hyundai as the brand with the lowest cost to own and Acura as the lowest cost luxury brand. Top vehicles were selected in 22 categories.

Perfect Storm

Industry Summit’s executive panel convened to discuss and debate the effects of Hurricane Harvey, the status of the used-car and subprime markets, the GM mandate, and the digitization of the F&I process.

KBB: September’s Avg. New-Vehicle Price Up $144 From a Year Ago

New-car affordability continued to be a challenge for car buyers, with the average transaction price closing in on $35,000 in September.

What’s Your Take?

The editor provides an up-close look at the topics he hopes to cover during his Industry Summit 2017 panel session. He’d also like to hear your take on these hot-button issues.

Industry Reacts to GM's Disclosure Policy

General Motors dealers who sell non-GM service contracts, parts and accessories must now disclose to their customers that the products are not backed by the automaker. Dealer trade groups believe the OEM’s stated goal of enhanced ‘safety and transparency’ is not the real reason for the new policy.