The thought of visiting a dealership to talk about buying a car provokes feelings that range from positive to foul for drivers. Everyone seems to have some uncomfortable memories about a car salesman or the buying process in general. That process just isn’t very comfortable because it involves negotiation. There’s no certainty and there’s not enough information to make us feel confident throughout the process. And sometimes, sales reps aren’t very patient. Automakers have recognized this and are coming up with new ways to sell their cars. Continue reading ‘Automakers Look for Ways to Bypass the Classic Dealership Experience’ »
Archive for June, 2017
As it turns out, one of the most iconic vehicles is currently one of the most American vehicles if you’re judging by where its parts come from and where it’s built. Cars.com’s American-Made Index (AMI) ranks vehicles by how American their parts and assembly are. There are 4 factors they use in their ranking, which consists of light-duty vehicles.
- Domestic parts content
- US sourcing for engines and transmissions
- US jobs supported per vehicle
- Factory location