National Automobile Dealers Association

No legislation sweeps across American interests quite like a tax bill.
Netflix. Uber. Airbnb. Tesla. Fisker. Most economies would kill to have a set of innovators such as these. And yet at every turn, these companies are running headlong into regulation (or lack thereof) that seems designed to benefit incumbents.
Dealers are celebrating that $23, because it's a huge swing from 2010 figures, when dealers lost $180 for every car they
Is Toyota playing business as usual? Or had their arrogance grown so great that they felt they had no responsibility to report
The House Financial Services Committee approved a key amendment Thursday, 47-21, to keep automobile dealers exempt them from a new government consumer protection agency.
The United States Chamber of Commerce is joining with the National Automobile Dealers Association to try to derail California's
I've said when program was first announced that the slated $1 billion would run out well before the time limit. But I don't think anyone expected this!
The news reports were based on NADA’s spot survey of dealers, which estimated that 250,000 clunker sales already had been
One of the major arguments against the clunker law comes from car collectors who claim that the law takes millions of good replacement parts off the road forever. Turns out, this isn't true.
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From SEMA head Peter McGillvray: Yet Detroit, with the encouragement of the Obama Administration (by pushing GM and Chrysler
Henrik Fisker, a former designer for BMW, Ford and Aston Martin says each Karma, both the four-door, four-seat sedan and
The auto industry, like all businesses, does not want to spend one penny more than it absolutely must. Washington is now
Automakers selling vehicles in the US must improve average fuel economy by 25 percent between the 2011 and 2015 model years, with the increase to 35 miles per gallon to come by the 2020 model year.