Category: News

Announcing NADA’s Third Annual Women Driving Auto Retail Video Contest

If you’re a woman working in the auto retail industry, help spread the word to other women about why they should pursue a career in auto retail: Share your career story in three minutes or less.

NADA Show 2020 Exhibit Space Sold Out; Wait List Opened

More than 500 companies have been confirmed in more than 700,000 square feet of exhibit space at the Las Vegas Convention Center for the event, which runs from Friday, Feb. 14, to Monday, Feb. 17.

Cost Effective Ways to Improve Dealership Safety

Safety and health initiatives can prevent workplace injuries and illnesses. In fact, studies have shown that effective safety and health initiatives can save $4 to $6 for every dollar invested.

Make Your Voices Heard During the Summer Congressional Recess

During this critical time in our industry, our elected officials need to understand the significance of our business more than ever and how their policies can impact our employees, customers and communities.

ATD Academy Class Sold Out for Fall 2019; Next Class Begins Spring 2020

ATD Academy Class 040 included 27 graduates from commercial-truck dealerships in the U.S. and Canada who attended six intensive week-long classroom sessions over a one-year period at ATD headquarters in Tysons, Va.

Hyundai Donates $50,000 to the NADA Foundation’s Workforce Initiative

“High school students, their advisors and parents need to know that today’s cars have more computing power than the systems that guided the Apollo astronauts to the moon.”

NADA Market Beat: U.S. New Vehicle Sales Down 1.4% Year-to-Date

New light-vehicle sales continued to fall in July. The SAAR for the month came in at 16.82 million units, down slightly from July of last year.

Study: Dealership Jobs Appeal to Generation Z

Move over millennials: a new generation is entering the workforce and they are increasingly attracted to careers in the automotive retail industry.

ATD Truck Beat: First Half Sales Strong, but New Orders Slowing

Although sales will continue to be strong this year, new orders for Class 8 trucks have begun to slow due to cooling freight and economic growth.

NADA Market Beat: U.S. New Vehicle Sales Down 1.2% Year-to-Date

Three fewer selling days in June resulted in an increased SAAR for the month, but there was a decrease in the total number of units compared to June 2018. June sales of 1.51 million units sold represents a decrease of 1.9%.