Category: News

John Nichols is One of Six Nominees for 2019 Truck Dealer of the Year

The national award recognizes commercial truck dealers for industry leadership, business performance and community service.

Are You Creating a ‘Culture of Coaching’ at Your Dealership?

Dealership managers who want to hone their management styles and establish a “culture of coaching” in all areas of the business will soon be able to participate in a new NADA Academy training program.

Trey Mytty Is One of Six Nominees for 2019 Truck Dealer of the Year

The winner will be announced on Jan. 26 during ATD Show 2019 in San Francisco.

Why Can’t Some OEMs Just Do the Right (and Smart) Thing?

As we wind-down another good year of new-vehicle sales and get ready for what could be tougher sledding, I have a request for some of our OEM business partners: Do the right thing by your dealers—it’s also smart business.

Harry Moyer Nominated for 2019 Truck Dealer of the Year

The national award recognizes commercial-truck dealers for industry leadership, business performance and community service.

NADA Forecasts 16.8 Million New-Vehicle Sales in 2019

New-vehicle sales are on pace to reach 17 million units in 2018, which would mark the fourth straight year of U.S. auto sales above 17 million units.

Terry Minor Nominated for 2019 Truck Dealer of the Year

The national award is sponsored by ATD, Heavy Duty Trucking magazine and Procede Software.

Kim Mesfin Nominated for 2019 Truck Dealer of the Year

The winner and runner-up will be announced on Saturday, Jan. 26, during ATD Show 2019 in San Francisco.

NADA Market Beat: U.S. Light-Vehicle Sales Up 0.2%

Through November, U.S. light-vehicle sales were up 0.2%. Compared to this time last year, car segments continued to lose market share, down 4.8 percentage points, while their light-truck counterparts were up 3.8 percentage points.

Honda’s Henio Arcangeli Addresses Auto Conference LA

While addressing the 2018 Auto Conference LA, in advance of the LA Auto Show, Arcangeli touted the all new Honda Passport which was unveiled at the auto show and discussed rapidly changing business conditions and offered some projections for the future of the industry.