Looking Back on 10 Years of CBT News
2022 marks the 10th anniversary of CBT News, the largest source of news and content for the automotive industry. CBT aired his first newscast on December 2, 2012 and has delivered news, trends, best practices and great interviews with many of the people who make this industry great.
In fact, CBT News has conducted over 5,000 exclusive interviews over the past decade, viewed by more than 1 million people. In light of this achievement, the CBT production team has put together a two-part retrospective featuring the most notable people on the network and their interviews.
We would also like to thank all those who have supported us and enabled us to provide news and information to help us run our dealerships better.
And a big thank you to our advertising partners who continue to believe in our mission, and to our loyal subscribers who have supported us with their feedback and suggestions. I look forward to hearing from you. So, from our family to yours, I wish everyone a happy and healthy New Year!
Why luxury car dealer Tom Maori predicts an imminent EV crash
When it comes to the auto industry, most believe that dealers are moving in the direction of electric vehicles (EVs). Or at least that lingering question is on the minds of many dealers as they move into the new year. In Inside Automotive today, Tom Maori, President and CEO of Celebrity Motor His Car, discusses what’s to come. read more
How to save time at the dealer without compromising customer relationships
2019, McKinsey said“The automotive customer experience often feels outdated and inferior, especially for younger customers who seem to have lost interest in car ownership and prefer more convenient and flexible mobility options. ride sharing It could lead to a whole new concept of mobility. Most distributor executives agree that customer time is a valuable asset and should be treated as such. Customers’ time is so valuable that many companies have started offering “time-saving” options to increase sales. read more
Beyond PVR — Digging Deeper for F&I Success
what does success look like F&I Department? How should I measure? PVR (per vehicle retailed) is currently the most-considered metric used to determine whether F&I holds its own as a dealer profit center. But are PVRs reliable? Or is there a better way to measure F&I success? Are there key metrics to drill down to get a better picture of what’s not working? read more
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