Numbers Talk

Anyone who’s ever sold a car can tell you – the sale comes down to numbers. Sure, mileage, paint, sunroofs – they all matter. But no one signs on the dotted line until the numbers work for them.

Automakers Speak with One Voice on Pollution Standards – and AIADA Joins Them

Today, AIADA is joining all 17 manufacturer signees on the letter to ask the White House and the leaders in all 50 states to work together to achieve one national mileage standard that is “practical, achievable, and consistent across the 50 states.” Only then will our brands have the certainty and stability they need to design and build the best possible vehicles for all Americans.

One Year In – And No Sign of an Auto Tariff Resolution

This week, we will hit the 90 day mark from when the Department of Commerce submitted to the White House the results of its national security investigation into imported autos and auto parts.

What do Real Americans Think of Auto Tariffs?

During AIADA’s Auto Tariff Fly-In last month, hundreds of dealers from around the country flew into Washington, D.C., to register their concerns regarding auto tariffs with lawmakers. We made an impact, surging across Capitol Hill in groups, urging legislators to take a stand against potential 25 percent tariffs on imported auto and auto parts.

What Are You Waiting For?

If you’re not planning to attend AIADA’s Washington, D.C., Auto Tariff Fly-In at this point, I’m not sure what I can say to convince you. Maybe you don’t think such damaging auto tariffs would ever really be put in place. I hope you’re right, but I’ll remind you that the steel and aluminum industries thought the same thing. Maybe you’re not concerned about the 117,500 dealership jobs that would be lost. Or the two million unit drop in annual sales. Or the $66.5 billion decline in dealer revenues.