Dashboard Dealership Enterprises has redesigned its business analytic reporting suite for increased functionality using input from dealer clients.
Asbury Automotive Group will be exiting its Q auto used-car standalone store business, chief operating officer David Hult said on a quarterly conference call Tuesday morning.
PartCycle Technologies recently introduced an upgraded online used-car-parts platform (PartCycle.com) designed to give dealers an efficient way to get the parts they need for their service/parts customers.
The company offers an online recycled auto parts marketplace.
Black Book now serves as the trade appraisal engine for eAutoAppraise, an online trade-in solution fitted with vehicle shopping features designed to lead dealers to more successful sales transactions.
Sheehy Auto Stores recently announced that it raised a record donation of $285,000 to give the American Heart Association this summer.
In partnership with the National Association of Minority Automotive Dealers, Cox Automotive awarded its Rising Star Award to a Kentucky general manager, in honor of her leadership and commitment to both the automotive industry and her community.
Another large dealership group in Pittsburgh is going through a change in ownership.
Based on preliminary results released Wednesday, Lithia Motors is expecting its same-store used-car unit sales to have increased 4.6 percent in the second quarter.
Meanwhile, Lithia is anticipating a 3.8-percent to 4.1-percent increase in used-vehicle retail same-store sales.
To generate more high-quality conversions for car dealers, LotLinx has expanded its VS product suite with two new CX solutions designed to enhance and customize the customer experience, the company announced on Thursday.
The newly released Prospect Satisfaction Index U.S. Auto Industry Benchmarking Study by Pied Piper Management Company has ranked Nissan’s Infiniti brand dealerships the highest for a second year.
Toyota’s Lexus brand ranks second, and dealerships selling Mercedes-Benz are ranked third.