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Chrysler to Break Even on Operating Basis in 2010
Toyota Says March U.S. Sales Rose about 35 Percent
Brutal Auto Recession All Gone but Taught Good Lessons, Say VW, Toyota, Honda, BMW Brass in N.Y. Forum
Chrysler Chief Says Company's Cash Is Reviving Models
Toyota's Recall-Damaged Image Could Be Fixed Soon, Sales Boss Jim Lentz Says in N.Y.
Commentary: BMW Downplays Alternate Powertrains
Chrysler Boss at New York Auto Show: New Jeep Grand Cherokee Won't Launch Until Its 'Flawless'
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NADA University's Dealer Management Seminars Begin in April
Advance Registration for the ATD Convention Extended to April 1
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Chrysler to Break Even on Operating Basis in 2010

NEW YORK -- Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne reiterated that the auto maker "intends to break even" on an operating basis this year and will hit its target of selling 1.1 million new vehicles in the U.S. (Read more)
Source: The Wall Street Journal

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Toyota Says March U.S. Sales Rose about 35 Percent

NEW YORK -- Toyota Motor Corp's U.S. sales rose about 35 percent in March from a year earlier after the automaker offered steep discounts to win back consumers after massive recalls, a U.S. executive said on Tuesday. (Read more)
Source: Reuters

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Brutal Auto Recession All Gone but Taught Good Lessons, Say VW, Toyota, Honda, BMW Brass in N.Y. Forum

The auto industry's dark days are over. That's the consensus of biggies holding forth at an auto executive roundtable in New York (Tuesday). (Read more)
Source: USA TODAY

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Chrysler Chief Says Company's Cash Is Reviving Models

Chrysler Group LLC, the automaker run by Fiat SpA, is using its $5 billion in cash to overhaul its vehicle lineup starting with a new Jeep to be introduced in June, Chief Executive Officer Sergio Marchionne said.  (Read more)
Source: Bloomberg

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Toyota's Recall-Damaged Image Could Be Fixed Soon, Sales Boss Jim Lentz Says in N.Y.

Toyota might be able to fix its recall-damaged reputation within months, U.S. sales chief Jim Lentz told a New York audience Tuesday. (Read more)
Source: USA TODAY

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Commentary: BMW Downplays Alternate Powertrains
By Diana Kuylko

NEW YORK -- BMW isn’t optimistic about the future of hybrids, plug-in electrics and hydrogen cars in the United States -- at least in the near future. (Read more)
Source: Automotive News

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Chrysler Boss at New York Auto Show: New Jeep Grand Cherokee Won't Launch Until Its 'Flawless'

Sergio Marchionne, the chief of both Chrysler Group and Fiat Group, said he will delay the launch of Chrysler's redesigned 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee if he doesn't think the vehicle's quality is flawless. (Read more)
Source: USA TODAY

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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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Advance Registration for the ATD Convention Extended to April 1

Advance registration for ATD Convention & Expo in Orlando, Fla., was extended to 3 p.m. on April 1. 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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Quotable
 
"I'm producing cash that I keep reinvesting in the product portfolio. I feel a lot more comfortable today than I did 12 months ago, by far."

   
-- Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne in keynote remarks at a conference sponsored by NADA and research firm IHS Global Insight in New York on Tuesday, Bloomberg, March 30


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
 
 
What About the Dealers?(CNBC)

 
Auto Dealers Forecast Higher Sales (CNNMoney.com)

 
Future of the American Auto Industry (Fox Business)


NADA University: 'We Build Champions'


NADA Launches New Online Magazine 

2010 Convention
 

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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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