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Honda cuts U.S. Accord output as sales slip, supplies grow

Honda told dealers that production of the acclaimed 2018 Accord is being reduced at its Marysville, Ohio, assembly plant to combat

Kia: Customer care, product keys to profit

Focus on new product and customer satisfaction to improve profitability, Kia executives told dealers here on Saturday.

Lincoln plans suicide doors on the Continental sedan

Lincoln plans to add suicide doors to a future version of the Continental sedan in a move that harks back to the nameplate's iconic past, dealers learned Saturday at the 2018 NADA show in Las Vegas.

Profits a top goal for VW dealers as brand recovers

Profitability remains a key concern for Volkswagen dealers as they climb their way back from the diesel emissions crisis and the subsequent buyback and repair of hundreds of thousands of vehicles.

Ford doubles co-op advertising money for dealers

Ford told dealers at its annual make meeting at the 2018 NADA Show that, by June, they'd have roughly $270 million available annually in their advertising co-op, up from about $135 million today.