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By MI Auto Times
June was a good month for MI dealers as they saw the major automakers increase from the same time in 2012. Some automakers even surprised the industry with their increases.
By MI Auto Times
Hydrogen models have joined some automakers already, and with a possible push coming from the Department of Energy, MI dealers may see their automakers join in.
By MI Auto Times
The fuel economy standards are coming by 2025, and MI dealers may see some changes to their popular models they offer in terms of using lighter materials to shed the pounds.
By MI Auto Times
Many vehicles undergo different tests to real see how they will do in the real world. Recently Michigan Cadillac dealers may have heard about how the Cadillac ELR stood up to snow.
By MI Auto Times
The Cadillac ATS was already awarded at the 2013 NAIAS and, soon after, Michigan Cadillac dealers heard that the ATS received another award.
By MI Auto Times
Detroit has seen a big shift in traffic as more and more people are coming to the 2013 North American International Auto Show. The Public Show officially started on the 19, and the turnout has been tremendous already.
By MI Auto Times
Football is an important piece to the culture of the many fans in Detroit just as cars bring a whole other sense of pride to the city especially during events like the North American International Auto Show.
By MI Auto Times
Fans may already have been keeping up with the news as MI dealers also learn which models have been named as the 2013 NACTOY winners.
By MI Auto Times
The 2013 Detroit Auto Show includes two weeks of excitement for MI dealers, customers and many fans. The Detroit Metro Dealer Association is thrilled to be a part of this year’s Auto Show.
By Porta Press
Chrysler has had a hard time trying to keep its newest slogan from being used by any dealers, including an apparel store. But, it seems the automaker lost this battle.
By Porta Press
Some Michigan Chevrolet dealers may expect to see various commercial advertising once a new vehicle is offered to the market, but Chevy took a different route by using only digital media for its first month release.
By Porta Press
MI car dealers joined the Detroit Three in success as the final numbers were positive for them all. The same could not be said for other automakers such as Toyota Motor Corp, which is still struggling from the March disaster.
By Porta Press
Shoppers may be looking for Chrysler vehicles as the summer continues. Aside from the Summer Clearance Event going on now, Michigan Chrysler dealers are offering no payments on certain vehicles for three months.
By Porta Press
There are plenty of recalls happening from different automakers. The biggest recall is coming after months of investigation as Ford faces 1.1 million car recalls.
By Porta Press
It may be unheard of for MI used cars to gain value, but it seems as though that may be happening with some vehicles as resale values are higher than six months ago.
By MI Auto Times
MI Auto Times is asking the question many buyers may be asking themselves: Should they spend the extra money on a full hybrid vehicle or is there a better, more fuel-efficient option that will save them more money?
By Porta Press
MI Auto Times is giving buyers of MI used cars the insider tips and tools needed to make a better car purchase and a chance to win one of 10 iPod shuffles.
By Porta Press
There may be Ford F150 MI dealerships that are getting ready for a increase in service traffic as Ford Motor Corp announces a recall of 144,00 F150 trucks due to possible injury by unexpected airbag deployment.
By Porta Press
Recently a defect was discovered in one Cadillac model from General Motors. Before any problems arise, GM has initiated a voluntary recall as most Michigan Cadillac dealers may be reporting.
By Porta Press
Ford’s calling it a ‘Cinderally Story’ but whatever people call it, MI Ford dealers may be proud of Trevor Bayne whose win is spreading Ford’s name and his own far and wide.
By Porta Press
MI Auto Times is announcing a brand new service for readers and consumers that will put them in touch with a tremendous selection of MI used cars available from reputable local dealerships.
By Porta Press
The Super Bowl had 61 commercials during its breaks and 18 of them were vehicle promotions. MI car dealers may have had the most ad spots, but did the ads accomplish what the automakers were going for?
By Porta Press
Accidents led up to the Toyota car recalls, which started in 2009. The causes were only speculations with no complete evidence, so the NHTSA began investigations to determine what were and were not the causes of the accidents.
By Porta Press
Recently a new tax credit was proposed by Senator Deborah Stabenow, which gives a tax credit to buyers at time of purchase rather than after taxes are filed. Some Michigan Chevrolet dealers are worried about the problems this proposal may cause.
By Porta Press
As Chrysler went bankrupt in 2009, Fiat stepped in to provide cash flow and technology to the lineup; though some Michigan Chrysler dealers were still shuttered during that time that risk may be over as Fiat may merge even further with Chrysler.
By Porta Press
After a strong ending to 2010, the auto industry seems to be coming back from its dip caused by the recession. MI car dealers should know the Detroit Three started the new year with a strong increase from the same time last January.
By Porta Press
Car recalls are often a lengthy and complicated process. MI Auto Times seeks to lift the veil on car recalls and help drivers understand how the process works and what they should do if they're vehicles are included in a recall.
By Porta Press
After final numbers were collected, Michigan Chrysler dealers heard the announcement that Chrysler had a net loss last year but is expecting a much better year in 2011 especially with a projected IPO.
By Porta Press
Michigan GMC dealers know owners want to charge their phones on the go but often have an issue with the cord getting in the way or being tangled. General Motors recently announced a partnership with Powermat to get rid of that problem.
By Porta Press
Every year the Super Bowl is one of the largest sporting events of the year, and it also has probably the most expensive ad spots for any companies looking to advertise during the game, including Detroit Automakers.

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