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23rd February, 2017 · Sales Volkswagen defies scandal to become world no.1
Volkswagen has defied its emissions testing scandal to become the world’s largest automotive manufacturer for the first time in history, surpassing Toyota. VW Group built 10.31 million vehicles in 2016, overtaking Toyota’s 10.18 million. The...
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23rd February, 2017 · International Renault the latest in emissions scandal
French authorities are investigating Renault for possible cheating on emissions tests. Three judges will probe possible “cheating on pollution control checks … with the consequence of making the (vehicles) dangerous to the health of people...
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23rd February, 2017 · International Much to learn from a century of NADA
AADA was privileged to attend NADA100, the 100th anniversary convention of the USA’s National Automobile Dealers Association, late January in New Orleans. NADA is one of the most powerful advocacy groups in the USA and...
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23rd February, 2017 · International NADA chairman urges resilience in the face of change
The incoming chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), Mark Scarpelli, says the resilience of Dealers will be the key factor in helping them cope with one of the most significant eras of change...
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23rd February, 2017 · Sales Global record for sales in 2016
2016 was another record year for global car sales, with growth of 4.8 per cent from 2015 results. Consumers worldwide bought 88.1 million passenger cars and light commercials in 2016. It was the fastest rate...
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23rd December, 2016 · International Cada convention demonstrates world challenges in auto retailing
Shen Jinjun РChairman CADA, Michael Regan РSenior Vice President, Industry Affairs NADA, Ian Field РDirector, QLD AADA, Jos̩ Carneiro de Carvalho Neto РVice-President Fenabrave, Philippe Geneve РVice President CNPA France,...
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