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Guide to Digital Retailing During a Pandemic

Small businesses like dealerships are feeling the serious effects already with significantly reduced foot traffic and declining sales. It is more important than ever to connect to customers through these challenges and help them understand that you are open for business and implementing new tools and practices to reach customers.

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Cox Automotive: COVID-19 Updates

With health and safety as a top priority, the Cox Automotive family of brands is committed to partnering with clients to keep the automotive marketplace up and running.

U.S. Auto Dealers Remain Optimistic About U.S. Economy

U.S. auto dealers remain optimistic about U.S. economy, concerned over political climate and election season.

Steady Pace for U.S. Auto Sales Continues in February

Cox Automotive forecast predicts a steady pace for U.S. auto sales.

New Features from HomeNet Automotive Give Dealers a Leg Up in Creating a Differentiated Merchandising Experience Online

Enhancements introduce added efficiency, customization and visibility to the digital merchandising arena for dealers.

Cox Automotive Forecast

Seasonally slow start expected for U.S. auto sales.

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.

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.

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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.