The nation’s 11th-largest new-vehicle retailer has sold some of its dealerships outside of New England and has entered into settlement agreements with Toyota and a Subaru distributor involving another eight dealerships in the Northeast.
California's fossil fuel ban likely in for long fight
Within 15 years, the nation’s largest auto market aims to stop selling new passenger cars and trucks with internal combustion engines. The move is the first step in what legal experts say will be a long fight over the state’s authority to set vehicle-emission standards.
Farley takes the reins as Ford aims to evolve with the industry
After the bumpy tenures of Ford’s last two CEOs, Jim Farley takes over the automaker this week with a number of high-profile EVs on tap and the task of navigating a quickly changing industry without losing sight of Ford’s big profit areas.
Unifor seeks new models for Windsor FCA minivan plant
Unifor wants as many as two new models to be built alongside the minivans at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ Windsor, Ontario, assembly plant, where one of three shifts was recently cut amid shrinking sales in the segment.