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Jumpstart: Interest in Luxury Sport, Coupe Segments Growing

Shoppers on Jumpstart Automotive Media’s portfolio of automotive publishers are gravitating toward the luxury sport, coupe, luxury sport sedan, and large SUV categories. But the two segments grabbing the most attention are alternative fuel vehicles and subcompact SUVs and CUVs.

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Dealer Group to Build State-of-the-Art Showrooms on New York City's Auto Row

BNF Automotive Group has signed a 25-year lease for 265,000 square feet of space in the heart of New York City's Auto Row to build showrooms and service facilities for Jaguar Land Rover Manhattan, Infiniti of Manhattan and Nissan of Manhattan.

Recalls Driving Up Service Satisfaction, J.D. Power Reports

Service satisfaction is on the rise despite the three-year increase in vehicle recalls, according to J.D. Power. The firm also reported that customer satisfaction was significantly higher at dealerships offering service express lanes.

Dataium: Game Day Ads Drive Dealer Website Traffic

Maserati, Jeep and Jaguar dealer websites experienced increases in online shopping activity following the Super Bowl.

KBB: Maserati Ghibli’s Super Bowl Commercial Garners Highest Consumer Interest

Jaguar F-Type, Hyundai Genesis and Audi A3 also saw a strong surge in search activity on KBB.com.

Chase Renews Agreement With Jaguar Land Rover

Renewal ensures stable, consistent funding for Jaguar Land Rover North America dealers for an additional five years.

Automakers Eyeing Apple’s ‘Eyes Free’ Technology

Apple's 'Siri' voice-activated technology is scheduled to be installed in future vehicles of nine major motor companies.

Luxury Sales to Remain Solid, Forbes Insights Predicts

A study by Forbes Insights revealed that the company anticipates luxury auto sales to stay strong into the foreseeable future.

Toyota’s Quality Image Rebounds in ALG Study

ALG today announced that Toyota’s perceived quality score (PQS) registered a sharp 5 percent increase in the last six months, with the carmaker bouncing back to second place from sixth among mainstream brands in ALG’s Fall 2010 Perceived Quality Study.