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Ally: Soaring Costs Make Case for Service Contracts

An Ally/Harris survey of U.S. consumers found only 21% had purchased a vehicle service contract, propelling their average five-year maintenance and repair costs to nearly $2,000.

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Trust in Salespeople Top Painpoint for Consumers, DealerSocket Reports

Cutting transaction times was the No. 1 focus for franchised dealers in 2016, but it wasn't the top painpoint for car buyers, according to DealerSocket's 2016 Dealership Action Report.

F&I Still a Drag on Improving Transaction Times, Survey Shows

Although transaction times at dealerships are improving, there are still roadblocks in the process that are holding dealerships back from reliably achieving transactions times below the one- and two-hour mark, according to a survey fielded by eLend Solutions.

Survey: Consumers Dissatisfied With How Dealers Resolve Complaints

Results of an online consumer survey conducted by Total Dealer Compliance show high levels of consumer dissatisfaction with how dealers resolve their complaints.

FTC Seeking Clearance to Study Car-Buying Experience at Dealerships

The Federal Trade Commission issued a second Federal Register Notice (FRN) on a proposed qualitative survey that would examine the experience of buying and financing a car at a dealership.

Consumers Want Price Transparency From Service Centers, Survey Finds

Price uncertainty is the No. 1 reason a customer won’t visit a dealership’s service center for maintenance, according to results of a survey commissioned by Record360.

Consumers Believe Dealerships Are Unethical, Survey Shows

Results of an online survey shows that consumers believe dealerships are unethical. However, the online survey of 200 U.S. adults also shows that something as simple as posting the dealership's code of ethics can go a long way in changing perceptions.

Car Buyers and Shoppers Crave Advanced Technology, Study Shows

Findings from a new IHS Automotive global consumer survey indicate that new advanced technologies and increased connectivity are driving consumer preferences as they consider new vehicles.

87% of Consumers Dislike Dealership Experience, Survey Finds

Conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of online retailer Beepi, the study revealed an apparent distrust and negative opinion of car dealerships among consumers polled. In the survey’s findings, 61% of respondents felt like they were taken advantage of at some point in the dealership.

Consumers Hungry for Used Leases, Survey Says

A survey conducted by Swapalease.com found that both dealers and car buyers are interested in used-vehicle leasing. Top used vehicles consumers would like to lease include the Cadillac Escalade, CTS, and the Jeep Cherokee, while dealers would like to offer used leases on the Buick Regal, Cadillac CTS and Chevrolet Cruze.