International nameplate automobile manufacturers and dealership franchises are designing, building, and selling more vehicles across the U.S. than ever before. Last year, international manufacturers produced more than 5 million vehicles in the U.S., while nearly 10,000 international nameplate dealership franchises created nearly 500,000 jobs.
Redefining the American Auto Industry is a report produced by AIADA and the Association of Global Automakers to demonstrate the economic impact of international automakers on the U.S. economy. Read more
June auto sales demonstrated a strong and resilient U.S. market. Results set the industry up for a strong second half of 2014. Read more
For auto dealers, the 4th of July means more than just patriotism and hot dog eating contests. The long weekend can equal big sales and fresh opportunities to reach out to customers. This Friday, many of us will provide support for community celebrations. At our stores in New Jersey, we sponsor one local township’s fireworks display and parade, which otherwise might have been canceled due to budget cuts. It’s a simple and meaningful way to give back to the community that has given us so much.
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ADESA: ADESA offers a full range of auction, reconditioning, logistical and other vehicle-related services to meet the remarketing needs of both its dealer and institutional customers. Read more
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