Category: International

WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS SHOULDN’T STAY IN VEGAS

AADA Executive Director of Operations, Brian Savage, has just returned from Las Vegas where he attended the 2018 NADA Show. The NADA show incorporates the Dealer Convention and Expo, attracting 23,000 registered attendees. It included a large international contingency along…

KPMG GLOBAL SURVEY PREDICTS CHANGE

KPMG released its 2018 Global Automotive Executive Survey in February, outlining key automotive trends around the world. One of its key findings was that 56 percent of executives believe physical retail outlets will be reduced by 30 to 50 percent…

DOWNWARD TREND IN UK DEALER SATISFACTION CONTINUES

The UK’s NFDA Dealer Attitude Survey Winter 2017/2018 has been released, articulating the level of satisfaction Dealers have with their franchise relationships. The survey was conducted in January 2018 and asked the views of franchised Dealers about their ongoing relationship…

DEALER SATISFACTION DOWN IN UK

British franchised new car Dealers are less satisfied with their relationships with manufacturers than they were six months ago. The National Franchised Dealers Association (NFDA), which represents franchised car and commercial vehicle Dealers in the UK, conducted its Summer 2017…

JOIN OUR STUDY TOUR TO NADA 2018

AADA invites Dealers to join us on our study tour to the 2018 National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Convention in Las Vegas next March. NADA is one of the most powerful advocacy groups in the USA. Its membership of 19,000…

MUCH TO LEARN ON 2018 CHINA STUDY TOUR

The 2018 AADA Auto China Study Tour to the historical City of Beijing will be a highlight of the Australian automotive calendar. The Chinese auto industry is the fastest growing vehicle market in the world, and there is much for…

JOIN OUR STUDY TOUR TO NADA 2018

AADA invites Dealers to join us on our study tour to the 2018 National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Convention in Las Vegas next March. NADA is one of the most powerful advocacy groups in the USA. Its membership of 19,000…

US CAR SALES CONTINUE TO FALL

The US retail automotive industry has suffered a fourth consecutive monthly drop in sales. The six largest auto manufacturers missed analysts’ estimates in April, with Ford Motor and Honda Motor reporting the sharpest declines. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV’s New York-traded…

VOLKSWAGEN EMISSIONS PAYOUTS COULD TOP $60 BILLION

The final cost to Volkswagen of its emissions cheating scandal could be as high as A$60 billion after a US court ruling in early February and changes to British consumer laws. Court documents filed in the US reveal that Volkswagen…