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Dodge cuts to its performance core

Dodge is killing two nameplates that will complete its transformation from a collection of pleasant people haulers into an army of asphalt-eating muscle machines.

The British are coming — with familiar-looking 4X4

A new entry into the SUV market, Ineos, hopes its Grenadier SUV appeals to Land Rover fans.

Facebook boycott a gamble

The brands choosing to pull ads from the social media giant are voluntarily giving up a key piece of a digital ad strategy that's even more important as the industry attempts to recover from a dismal second-quarter.

Automakers withstand downgrade storms – for now

Moody's Investors Service projects a 20 percent slump in global light-vehicle sales in 2020 and take several years to return to 2019 levels.

Plan for 2021 NADA Show, but be ready to change course

The National Automobile Dealers Association is smart to plan for its 2021 trade show in New Orleans, but safety is paramount and it should be prepared to adjust goals if the pandemic does not abate.