Courtney Cole, one half of Hare Chevrolet’s ‘Sisters of Savings,’ dies after cancer battle
Cole and sister Monica Peck took over the business in 2008 from their parents, just as the Great Recession was gathering steam. They more than doubled their sales after the “Sisters of Savings” radio ad campaign began.Read More
Butler Toyota acquired by Georgia-based dealership giant
Asbury Automotive Group, the nation’s seventh-largest auto retailer, now has made four acquisitions in the Indianapolis area totaling more than a quarter-billion dollars since 2017. Butler is being rebranded as part of the purchase.Read More
Tesla plans to sell its electric cars only online as it accelerates its cost-cutting efforts. The company will close many of its 378 stores, but leave some open as galleries or "information centers" in high-traffic areas.
Napleton Auto Group says it’s still weighing its options for relocating one of its local Kia dealerships after dropping a contract to buy the former appliance chain headquarters and retail site.
The Chicago-based auto group that entered the Indianapolis market with a big splash in 2017 has requested a zoning change for the mammoth HHGregg property that would include car sales and repair.
The share of U.S. vehicle sales financed with zero-percent loans has been shrinking, but several automakers are rolling out no-interest loans for Black Friday.
The local car dealerships Hoosiers have long visited when shopping to buy a set of wheels could bear new names in coming years as aging owners look to sell off their businesses.
Carvana got the green light to buy the land in the Mount Comfort area from struggling trucking company Celadon Group Inc., which last year abandoned plans to build a new headquarters there.
The decision from the high court affects more than 100,000 advisers nationwide.
Online auto retailer Vroom, which planned to hire more than 200 workers in central Indiana, has closed the massive fulfillment center it opened in Whitestown just more than two years ago.
Two men who helped manage used-car dealerships in Indianapolis face up to 20 years in prison after being convicted on federal racketeering and fraud charges, U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler announced Wednesday.
Following seven years of growth in new-vehicle sales, U.S. consumers appear to be tapping the brakes—but the auto industry says the slowdown is not causing them concern.
Butler is keeping its Butler Toyota dealership, but has sold off its Kia, Hyundai, Fiat, Maserati and Alfa Romeo dealerships to a major regional chain that has rebranded the locations.
Strong monthly U.S. sales numbers confirmed expectations that a boost in sales from hurricane-ravaged Texas would push the industry to a September rebound.
Even as women make or influence the majority of auto purchases in the United States, retailers have failed to attract and retain female employees, according to CDK Global, which advises dealerships on sales strategies.
The 12.5-acre tract has been acquired by a member of the car-dealing Wood family, but its intended use remains a mystery.
The owners of the popular miniature golf course, arcade and party-hosting facility have sold the property along busy State Road 37 to a buyer who plans to open a used-car business.
But the dealership’s ubiquitous commercials won’t be going anywhere.