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Resolutions for Your F&I Department

How trends from the past decade will impact F&I in 2020 and beyond.

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Will Auto Sales Top 17 Million Vehicles for Fifth Year Running?

For the fifth year in a row, auto sales in the U.S. are expected to top 17 million vehicles.

SUVs Continue to Grow

Ford, Toyota and GM are enlarging their already hefty vehicle lines.

5 Ways to Sell Like It’s 2008

The Great Recession put dealers and manufacturers on a bad path. Reclaim grosses by putting the focus back on long-term value and the ownership experience.

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.

Predicting the Next Recession

The industry is five years removed from the Great Recession. Accounting expert says that means the next cycle is looming and offers his take on what that means for dealers.

Clouds Part for Auto Finance

The unusually cold weather that impacted much of the economy didn’t slow down the auto finance industry, which reached new highs in several critical metrics.

NFIB: July a Bad Month for Jobs

Small businesses added an average of negative 0.11 workers in July, the third negative month in row, according to data from the National Federation of Independent Business.

Taking Over

David Westcott is stepping into the 2013 NADA chairman role at an exciting and promising time for the industry.

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Westward Expansion

As the industry recovers, California continues to serve as the bellwether state for car sales nationwide.