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Late adopters are embracing kiosks, are you prepared?

I am a self-proclaimed late adopter. This was true for kiosk technology too, until recently. What does this have to do with your dealership? First, consumer behavior has changed.

Tackling Technician Turnover

Retaining technicians in an industry riddled with turnover is never easy. So how do you do it?

Creating Consistency in Your Sales Experience: Connecting With Your OEM

Back in August, Nissan announced they were expanding their EV portfolio and making changes to their retail strategy. They want to align the OEM and

The Art of Making Fast, Accurate, and Profitable Inventory Decisions

In the used vehicle world, speed and accuracy are the name of the game. Whether you’re bidding on cars at auction or working a trade,

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What a Car’s Worth — 3 Data Points to Consider

Dealers have known for decades that a unique market space requires a unique pricing strategy. That said, it’s always been difficult to quantify this logic.

Greg Uland and Clint McLaren

Inventory Insights from Wiesner of Huntsville

For over a year now, low vehicle inventory has challenged dealers to think outside the box. Creativity is surely welcomed, but let’s not forget about

Electric vehicle charging station

3 Big Trends to Keep Your Eye On

I often tell people, “our world will not be the same in two years as it is today.” And that is abundantly clear in our

cars for sale on a dealership lot

Struggling to Acquire Used Car Inventory? Marketing Can Help.

You don’t need to create a whole new game plan to find the used vehicles you want for your lot. Instead, you just have to

Market Based Pricing for Dealerships

Are You Making Mistakes When Pricing Your Inventory?

A dealership’s pricing method rarely coincides with a customer’s desired price point. The main reason: dealerships don’t base their prices on market data! Dealers often