Susan Moffitt of Porsche in Shreveport, La. was named the 2020 TIME Dealer of the Year by TIME and Ally Financial at the 103rd National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Show in Las Vegas.

Moffitt was chosen from a field of 49 auto dealer nominees, who were selected from nearly 17,000 franchised dealers across the country. One of the most prestigious honors for auto dealers, the TIME Dealer of the Year Award recognizes leaders who have succeeded in business and go above and beyond in their efforts to give back to the community.

In addition to Moffitt, four dealer nominees were recognized as Dealer of the Year finalists:

  • David Kelleher, David Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram, Glen Mills, Pa.
  • Natalie Tindol, Tindol Ford Roush, Gastonia, N.C.
  • David Cuene, Broadway Automotive, Green Bay, Wis.
  • Diana Pfeiffer, Alaska Sales and Service, Anchorage, Alaska

Ally will give $10,000 to the charity of Moffitt’s choice. Ally also will donate $5,000 to each of the nonprofit organizations selected by the four finalists and Will Green, president of the Louisiana Automobile Dealers Association, who nominated Moffitt for the award.

Magazine Gives Awards

November 19, 2019


MotorTrend announced the winners of 2020 MotorTrend Awards “Golden Calipers” for Car of the Year, Truck of the Year, and SUV of the Year.

The 2020 Car of the Year Award went to the mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette;  the Truck of the Year Award went to the RAM Heavy Duty and the SUV of the Year Award went to the Kia Telluride.

MotorTrend also gave the 2020 Person of the Year Award to Peter Schreyer, president and head of design management, Hyundai Motor Group.

This year’s award winners were evaluated and selected for excelling in MotorTrend’s six key category criteria: safety, efficiency, value, advancement in design, engineering excellence, and performance of the intended function.

U.S. News & World Report has unveiled its list of Best Used Cars for Teens.

Used car rankings are based on model categories, rather than price.

  • Large car category: 2016 Buick LaCrosse
  • Midsize car category: 2016 Toyota Camry/Camry Hybrid
  • Small car category: 2016 Toyota Prius
  • Small SUV category: 2016 Hyundai Tucson
  • Midsize SUV category: 2015 Chevy Traverse

To be named a Best Used Car for Teens, U.S. News required that a vehicle be from the 2014 through 2016 model years, as cars from earlier years don't have enough advanced driver assistance technology to be considered the best for inexperienced drivers.

Also considered were high dependability, safety ratings, ownership costs and positive reviews, as well as available tech that can help prevent crashes or lessen their severity.

The 2019 Hyundai Accent topped the list of best new cars for teenage drivers, according to U.S. News. 

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