For optimal viewing through your web browser or PDA, click here.

SPONSORED BY

NADA.org
Friday, Feb. 19, 2010 RSSSEND TO A FRIENDPRINT
nada.orgAdvocacyAffiliates | Convention | Jobs | Programs | Publications | Services | Training
Top Stories
March U.S. Car Sales Rise in Sign of Industry Rebound
U.S. Economy Is on a Moderate Growth Path, Jobs and Consumer Price Data Show
NADA, AFSA Stand Up in Support of Dealers, Lenders
Toyota Used Its 'Game Plan' to Escape a Major Early Recall
Prius Computer Raises Doubts in an Account of a Crash
Toyota Seeks ABC Retraction of 'Irresponsible' Report
Construction to Begin on Thousands of Charging Stations for 'Clean' Cars
NADAguides.com Announces 2010 Truck Buying Guide
Click Here for More News from NADAFrontPage.com
Top Stories
March U.S. Car Sales Rise in Sign of Industry Rebound

A rise in U.S. car sales during the first half of March is lifting expectations that totals for the month will show the industry's recovery is picking up speed. (Read more)
Source: The Wall Street Journal

[back to top]

U.S. Economy Is on a Moderate Growth Path, Jobs and Consumer Price Data Show

Labor market and consumer prices data showed Thursday that the U.S. economy is on a moderate growth path and that inflation pressures are contained, backing up the Federal Reserve's vow to keep benchmark interest rates ultra-low for some time. (Read more)
Source: The Washington Post

[back to top]

NADA, AFSA Stand Up in Support of Dealers, Lenders

WASHINGTON -- The National Automobile Dealers Association, along with other commercial lending executives representing four major banks, met with the Small Business Administration recently to discuss ways to make the SBA's dealer floor plan pilot program more effective. (Read more)
Source: SubPrime Auto Finance News

[back to top]

Toyota Used Its 'Game Plan' to Escape a Major Early Recall

As congressional investigators learned last month, Toyota Motor lobbyists claimed last year to have saved the company $100 million by fending off a 2007 federal investigation into unintended acceleration. (Read more)
Source: The Washington Post

[back to top]

Prius Computer Raises Doubts in an Account of a Crash

Federal safety regulators investigating the crash of a Toyota Prius in suburban New York said Thursday that the car’s computer showed no evidence of braking by the driver at the time of the crash. (Read more)
Source: The New York Times

[back to top]

Toyota Seeks ABC Retraction of 'Irresponsible' Report

Toyota Motor Corp. asked U.S. broadcaster ABC News to retract and apologize for an “irresponsible” report aired last month suggesting electronics as the cause of sudden acceleration in its cars. (Read more)
Source: Bloomberg

[back to top]

Construction to Begin on Thousands of Charging Stations for 'Clean' Cars

What's billed as the biggest rollout of electric vehicle infrastructure in the world is about to begin in the United States. (Read more)
Source: Voice of America

[back to top]

NADAguides.com Announces 2010 Truck Buying Guide

COSTA MESA, Calif. -- In the midst of today's roller-coaster economy, incentives and rebates are bolstering America's interest in trucks and current research data proves that the needs remain strong because they serve more than one purpose. (Read more)
Source: NADAguides.com

[back to top]

Click Here for More News from NADAFrontPage.com

[back to top]

 
Quotable
 
"It is encouraging that consumers are willing to come back."

    -- Ford sales analyst George Pipas, on U.S. car sales during the first half of March, which are lifting expectations that totals for the month will show the industry's recovery is picking up speed, The Wall Street Journal, March 19


Dealers Urged to Take Floorplan Survey

NADA remains focused on expanding the availability of financing for dealers to purchase vehicle inventory. All dealers are strongly encouraged to take a few moments to participate in a brief, yet important, online survey. The data will be used to provide federal officials with a clear view of the state of wholesale lending to dealerships, the availability floorplan lines of credit and its impact on dealers. Click here to take the survey

Video Highlights
 

Profile: NADA Chairman Ed Tonkin


NADA Launches New Online Magazine 

2010 Convention
 

CLICK HERE for Comprehensive Convention News Coverage at NADAFrontPage.com.



Save Up to $150 Instantly

NADA members are eligible for special pricing and discounts on a wide range of HP business products. Now through March 31, members can save up to $150 on select HP Photosmart and HP Officejet printers. To learn more about these and other HP specials, visit NADA's PC Purchase Program site (member log in required).


 
Savings from Lenovo

NADA members can save an additional 5% now on ThinkPad X100e, Edge and SL410 series laptops through March 31 with the eCoupon USXMARCHSAVINGS at checkout. For discounts on other Lenovo products, visit NADA's PC Purchase Program site (member log in required).


Search Back Issues | Unsubscribe | Subscribe | Manage your subscription | email us
NADA For more information on NADA, visit www.nada.org or contact NADA, 8400 Westpark Drive, McLean, VA 22102. This email may contain an advertisement of NADA products and services. Any opinions or statements contained herein do not necessarily reflect the views of NADA. Factual errors are the responsibility of the listed publication. If you are a franchised new-car or -truck dealer and would like to become a member of NADA, please visit the Join NADA section of www.nada.org. Questions or comments concerning NADA Headlines content may be directed to media@nada.org.