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Carvana encounters same hurdle as dealers

In Carvana's most recent quarterly earnings call, CEO Ernie Garcia said the company more than tripled its customer-sourced car volume in 2018, but still lags behind the industry leader.

Rural communities vie for mobility grants

The U.S. Department of Transportation will award as much as $60 million in grants this spring to communities seeking to demonstrate automated-driving systems. The applicants include a number of smaller communities.

Luxury dealers reversing course on used

Heightened price competition and dwindling new car sales have luxury dealers turning to the used car market where there's new financial opportunity.

High-riding pickups getting out of reach

An Automotive News reader is hoping Nissan bucks the trend in truck heights with a redesigned Frontier that doesn't change in size.

Inventories at highest point since July 2017

Inventories of unsold new vehicles in the U.S. climbed for a third consecutive month, to nearly 4.2 million vehicles in March, representing a 70-day supply.