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Pickup, light-truck supplies get skimpy

Inventory levels industrywide have dropped to an estimated 2.55 million, with the steepest declines among pickups and other light trucks.

Trailblazer, with low price point, aims to lift brand

As sedan options dwindle, the small crossover gives Chevy a roomier, more mature-looking option than the Trax in one of the industry's hottest segments.

‘Back to normal' not the best way

Dealers will be making a mistake if they return to non-digital business models of the past, writes an Automotive News reader in a letter to the editor.

Tools help lenders weather pandemic's credit upheaval

Lenders have more tools at their disposal for guidance and clarity than they did during the 2008 financial crisis, such as employment verification instruments and alternative credit data.

Industry veteran Chip Perry pivots to retail's 'biggest opportunity'

The former AutoTrader and TrueCar chief has taken a new role to help dealerships transform to a single-point-of-contact model.