The driver of a 2002 Honda Accord suffered serious injuries following the rupture of a faulty Takata airbag inflator during an accident in Las Vegas last month. According to Honda, the inflator had most likely been salvaged from a junkyard, as opposed to being installed by a professional.
According to an annual study conducted by the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), U.S. auto dealerships’ profits increased in service and parts in 2016, while dropping in both new and used vehicle sales.
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President Donald Trump has been very vocal about his concerns relating to U.S. auto jobs moving to Mexico, and he met with the CEOs of GM, Ford and Fiat Chrysler last week to discuss auto industry issues.
Amazon, which is on track to become the top apparel retailer in the United States this year, is now setting its sights on the $50 billion aftermarket auto parts business.
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A Cook County, Illinois lawsuit alleges that a car dealership failed to inform a customer, who later died in his vehicle, that his car was emitting carbon monoxide into the passenger compartment when he brought it in for repairs.
81% of car buyers do not enjoy the car buying process.
NADA has released the results of their 2016 dealership workforce study.
The decision to offer buyouts comes amid concerns from some dealers about Project Pinnacle, a set of new pricing initiatives set to take place next year…