Dealer News

The Indiana attorney general filed lawsuits against two unlicensed car dealers who have ignored previous orders to stop operations. Under state law, all motor vehicle dealers must obtain a dealer…
The Cox Automotive 2019 Dealership Staffing Study reveals younger generations show a greater interest in dealership jobs than older generations. According to the latest study, approximately 20 percent of all…
Used cars drove an increase in same-store sales for Lithia Motors Inc. in the second quarter. Lithia reported that total same-store sales increased 5.8 percent in the quarter. However, same-store…
The used-vehicle market performed strong over the first half of 2019, according to J.D. Power Valuation Services. The market cooled in June, but the month's performance was better than historic…
Lexus and Subaru ranked highest in their respective segments for the inaugural J.D. Power U.S. Automotive Brand Loyalty Study. Subaru ranks highest among mass market brands — and highest overall…
An Oklahoma woman has been arrested for allegedly issuing a bomb threat against a Toyota dealership. According to a release on the Altus Police Dept. Facebook page, Aletha Baker was…
The Michigan Department of State has suspended the license of a Detroit auto dealer after the dealership was unable to produce records for inspection as required by law. Department of…
The Tennessee Attorney General’s Office has obtained a temporary restraining order to prevent a used-car dealer from making any sales. In granting the TRO, the court found that McDivitt Motors…
America’s small business owners’ optimism took a downturn in June, according to the National Federation of Independent Businesses’ Small Business Optimism Index. The Index slipped 1.7 points to 103.3. While…