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Analyst: Survey Suggests Recovery in Auto Sales
Toyota Will Replace Pedals for Unhappy Owners
Toyota Driver in New York Crash Didn't Use Brakes, Police Say
Chrysler Courts Parts Suppliers for Technology Boost
Geely Closes in on Volvo Deal
Kia Rises to 4-Year High on Quality Gains, Expansion
BMW Enters U.S. Police-Car Market with Engine Deal
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NADA University's Dealer Management Seminars Begin in April
Last Days to Save on Advance Registration for the ATD Convention
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Analyst: Survey Suggests Recovery in Auto Sales

Autos analyst says household vehicle saturation decline to be 'mild,' suggesting recovery

NEW YORK -- A Citi Investment Research analyst said auto sales will likely show a gradual recovery in the near future, with a survey indicating that the average number of vehicles per household is likely to shrink only slightly in the coming years. (Read more)
Source: The Associated Press

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Toyota Will Replace Pedals for Unhappy Owners

Toyota is telling dealers it will provide replacement accelerator pedals to owners who are dissatisfied with their repairs under the massive recall. (Read more)
Source: The Associated Press

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Toyota Driver in New York Crash Didn't Use Brakes, Police Say

March The driver of a Toyota Prius that crashed in Harrison, New York, this month failed to use the brakes and the incident doesn’t appear to have been caused by a stuck accelerator, according to local police. (Read more)
Source: Bloomberg

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Chrysler Courts Parts Suppliers for Technology Boost

Chrysler Group LLC, whose ties with suppliers were rated the worst in the industry, is wooing partsmakers to get better technology and help end a 58 percent plunge in U.S. sales since 2004. (Read more)
Source: Bloomberg

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Geely Closes in on Volvo Deal

Ford Motor will sign a deal to sell its Volvo cars business to Zhejiang Geely Holding Group as soon as this Sunday, three people close to the transaction said yesterday. (Read more)
Source: The Financial Times

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Kia Rises to 4-Year High on Quality Gains, Expansion

Kia Motors Corp., South Korea’s second-biggest carmaker, traded at the highest in more than four years in Seoul after boosting vehicle quality and announcing an engine factory expansion in Slovakia. (Read more)
Source: Bloomberg

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BMW Enters U.S. Police-Car Market with Engine Deal

Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, the world’s largest maker of luxury vehicles, won a contract to supply engines for U.S. police cars that could be worth more than 1 billion euros ($1.35 billion). (Read more)
Source: Bloomberg

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NADA University's Dealer Management Seminars Begin in April

McLEAN, Va. -- NADA University has announced that four on-site, week-long management seminars focused on fixed operations and financial management will begin in April. (Read more)
Source: NADAFrontPage.com

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Last Days to Save on Advance Registration for the ATD Convention

Advance registration for ATD Convention & Expo in Orlando, Fla., ends Friday, March 26. Don't miss the opportunity to book now and save. Online registration and housing is available at www.atd.org/convention.
Source: ATD

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"Overall, we view the survey as a positive data point, though not overwhelmingly bullish."

    -- Analyst Itay Michaeli of Citi Investment Research, on a survey indicating that the average number of vehicles per household is likely to shrink only slightly in the coming years, The Associated Press, 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

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NADA University: 'We Build Champions'


NADA Launches New Online Magazine 

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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).


 
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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).


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