The Mazda3 is overloaded with features and too pricey now for this Automotive News reader.
Mercedes-Benz is in a legal dispute with four artists who demanded compensation after the luxury brand photographed its vehicles in front of their murals for social media posts.
The price of a metric ton of nickel continues its steep, yearlong climb.
With a number of electric vehicles on the way starting next year, Ford has started an educational campaign to address widespread misconceptions about the technology.
Training new hires is important, but dealerships can also benefit from training high-performing F&I managers in leadership skills, argues Assurant.
Patrick Eldridge drove his Smart car through the patio doors of his Jacksonville home so it could ride out Hurricane Dorian inside.
The dealer featured this week is Maxwell Paul, president, and Bradford Paul, vice president, of Ardmore Toyota, in Pennsylvania.
This F&I special section is devoted to an integral part of the finance and insurance world: training.
Normal tensions around the quadrennial UAW-Detroit 3 labor negotiations are heightened this year by a federal probe into union misconduct questions and the wild card of presidential politics.
F&I experts offer suggestions on best practices for interviewing customers.