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  1. Global Cadillac News
    Roughly 1/5th of Cadillac dealers have opted to take a GM buyout that was reportedly offered to them last month. The buyout was intended to give dealers an opportunity to opt out of Cadillac's electrification plan. Of the roughly 900 dealers around the US, 150 have taken GM up on its buyout...
  2. Global Cadillac News
    Cadillac dealers who are unwilling or unable to sell EVs are being offered buyouts by GM, according to a report from Automotive News. The dealers could be offered between $300,000 and $500,000 to drop the Cadillac part of their dealerships.  The buyouts may be necessary if GM wants to go big on...
  3. Automotive Industry & GM News
    For the most part, the major benefit of brand loyalty is not getting into an argument with your family members at the dinner table. Grandpa worked for General Motors, Dad buys Chevy exclusively, and you decided not to buck the trend. You even bragged about Aunt Beth helping you get a sweet deal...
  4. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Ohio residents will soon be able to buy a DVD, a record, a burger, and a car from the same man in one day, because Mark Whalberg is opening a Chevrolet dealership in Columbus, Ohio. "I am continuously looking for ways to innovate my brand and engage in businesses I am passionate about," said...
  5. Automotive Industry & GM News
    A Philadelphia dealer and prominent member of GM's dealer advisory board says that the automaker's interferences are hurting dealers' fixed ops marketing and purchasing. "GM, with its nanny-state attitude, seems to forget dealers are pretty savvy, and maybe your go-to-market strategy in your...
  6. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Grunge was on its way out the door, Pepsi aficionado Bob Dole was challenging William Jefferson Clinton for the keys to the White House, and the Ford Contour was still a relatively new sight on American roads. That was the last time this many U.S. car owners fell way, way behind on their...
  7. Automotive Industry & GM News
    When OnStar first hit the scene, it was sold as a pretty straight-forward safety system. Now, though, in the Facebook era, the true money-making potential of the system is beginning to emerge. Thanks to its wealth of information about how buyers use their cars, GM is looking to sell dealers...
  8. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Although Chevrolet didn't officially confirm it, it appears the American automaker has teased a mid-engine Corvette to its dealers. The upcoming sports car might be the industry's worst kept secret, with numerous spy photos in recent years showing prototypes in various stages of testing. There...
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