This week, everyone is trying their best to win 2019’s flat market. See how cold weather tried to steal the spotlight from auto sales, but how positive economic trends will end up taking home the gold.
FROM CBT NEWS: Economic Trends Indicate That 2019 Will Be a Good Year for Auto Sales
Making stronger inventory decisions is the best supporting strategy for a year of positive sales, allowing dealers to navigate through rising vehicle interest rates and avoid relying on incentive spending.
FROM FORBES: Cold Weather and Government Shutdown Chill January U.S. Vehicle Sales
While the polar vortex tried to steal the show last month, sales still showed a 4.2% increase in the transaction prices for light vehicles from January 2018 – thanks to fan-favorites like trucks, SUVs, and Tesla’s EVs.
FROM AUTOMOTIVE NEWS: Dealers Ferret out Cost Cuts to Prepare for Leaner Times
Dealers everywhere are working to adjust their strategies to account for yearly sales predictions by seeking the best new operational and technological solutions to ensure everyone still comes out on top.
FROM CHICAGO AUTO SHOW: Chicago Auto Show Announces 3rd Annual ‘What Drives Her’ Luncheon and Networking Event
Women are filling leading roles in the automotive world like never before, and the annual event is set to celebrate the monumental shifts taking place in all aspects of the once male-dominated industry.