A new leadership team and progress on a series of issues have Volkswagen dealers feeling confident about their prospects for the first time since before the diesel emissions scandal.
Chevrolet dealers are expected to offset lost sales of three sedans with new and redesigned crossovers and pickups in 2019, according to the head of the brand's national dealer council.
The council chairman says all dealers will have to get involved in motivating and training a new generation of qualified technicians to replace aging baby boomers.
Cadillac's flagship sedan, the CT6, will stay in the U.S. lineup, despite potential plans to close the plant where it is produced.
In a letter to the editor, an Automotive News reader says Automotive News Editor-In-Chief Keith Crain was spot on in his December 24th column saying automakers need to keep their offices open during the holidays.