Our fearless leaders, Paul and Kyle, spent some time with the owner of the fastest-growing car dealership in the country, Darren Doane.
It’s not easy losing something you love, but it’s easier when you have people around you who really care. Mike said of the moment, ”Picking up my 2006 Highlander Hybrid was magic, but this is super magic.” What kind of super magic will you conjure up today?
Seems that tying road maintenance to gas sales wasn’t the best idea, but no one asked us.
Mercedes invests in wind energy, Stellantis invests in cost savings, and GM invests in EarthCruiser.
John Wick fights t-shirtlessness, Tea-bags fight diabetes, and France fights France.
NADA is continuously raising funds to support our dealership families in need.
BYD’s good Q4 keeps going, Lucid is cutting people’s jobs as “non-critical spending,” and Lambo tiptoes toward electrification.
EVs are becoming more accessible and affordable. Can we please work on eggs next?
You’re stuck at home and can’t order out. You only have one mammoth-mammoth meatball, three bags of Skittles, and a can of Pepsi at your disposal. What are you making?
Tesla may have to recall 50K cars, Nissan gets electric (big and small), Hyundai thinks EV charing is missing robots.
The rabbit is a sign of longevity, peace, and prosperity in Chinese culture, making it a spot-on theme for this inspiring campaign.
*GIF Relates* The adult is used car inventory coming down, the child is used car prices going up. Ain’t data fun?
The US and Japan make a pact on battery minerals, LG invests in the Grand Canyon State, and Winnebago buys its long time battery supplier.
Just what we love to see — dealers supporting their community in a time of need and having the community come together to rally around that support! Together is the best way to make a difference.
Lucid issues fine-tuned recall, United takes shuttle service to new heights, and Ferrari was hoping somebody would think about e-fuel.
Tight election? Strong opposing sides? Sounds familiar, but we can’t quite put our finger on it…
The jump from Jazz-Cats in Harlem to jazz cats in Paris may be easier than any of us are thinking.
EVs are around four times more energy efficient than e-fuels, which won’t do anything for people’s range anxiety but will do something for the sunglasses industry since we will need more refill stations.
Ford has big plans and battery issues, In-car software is like an onion (it has layers and if ignored could be trouble), and Rivian is working to solve the problem of elbow room.
Create a clear standard for yourself and others, provide actionable directives, and then provide continued guidance to your team within that framework. Don’t run from accountability, embrace it!
Congress is putting pressure on TikTok, Musk is putting new limits on verification, and Meta is putting VR controllers aside.
Carla Cosenzi’s talks about commitment to family and community.
We love that this concept could easily translate to plenty of other local causes like family shelters or victims of natural disasters. So, thanks for giving back and for giving us some great ideas, Larry Miller Auto Dealership!
In 2003, the average price was $24,773, meaning that the average new vehicle transaction has nearly doubled in the past 20 years. That’s wild.
Ford reports EV profit loss, GM gives the Camaro the boot, and Volkswagen promises Android for fifteen years.