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TrueCar Offers Upfront Pricing on Document Fees, Dealer-Added Accessories
TrueCar Inc., in a bid to increase transparency of vehicle transaction costs, said today its 9,000 dealer franchisees have agreed to reveal all vehicle accessory and nongovernmental document fees when guaranteeing prices to TrueCar shoppers.
Automotive News | October 15, 2014
Area Dealership Will Be One of First to Bring Back Alfa Romeo
“These really are niche-market vehicles, and they’re literally a fraction — one-tenth or so — of the overall market,” Lyman said. “It’s not high volume that Alfa Romeo’s looking for. It’s just about the prestige of having these types of products out there.”
San Antonio Express-News | October 14, 2014
GMC Sierra 1500 Brings Consumers the Best Savings This Month
According to a report out of TrueCar Inc., consumers in the market for a new truck might want to check out what The General has to offer. Apparently, the GMC Sierra 1500 brings consumers the best savings this month (October). The all-new Sierra 1500 sells at a remarkable 21% below the company’s suggested asking price, on average.
The News Wheel | October 14, 2014
Tesla Pre-Owned Vehicle Program Could Be Lucrative Profit Center
“When you have a manufacturer-controlled retail network, you’re capturing all of the profit with each sale,” said TrueCar President John Krafcik. “The upside is pretty amazing for Tesla. It’s really unlike anything we’ve seen in the industry.”
Charged | October 13, 2014