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CNCDA Pres. Brian Maas discusses the biggest concerns for Calif. dealers...

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Last time we spoke to Brian Maas, President of the California New Car Dealers Association (CNCDA), he expressed his concerns about Volvo's plans to move...

What does Volvo’s direct-to-consumer sales strategy mean for car dealers –...

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Volvo made headlines after announcing its plan to go ‘fully electric’ with sales moving solely online by the year 2030. Today, we are continuing...
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How California dealers are responding to Volvo’s online sales plan...

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California is a large market for Volvo here in the U.S. which is why many dealers in the state are up in arms about their latest plans to move EV sales online. Today on CBT News, we’re pleased to welcome Brian Maas, President of the California New Car Dealers Association (CNCDA) to take a closer […]
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CADA Pres. Tim Jackson talks about the Denver Auto Show,...

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Last year, the ever-popular Denver Auto Show was postponed and eventually canceled as the world dealt with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. This year as restrictions begin to loosen, the Denver Auto Show is expected to return. Today on CBT News, Tim Jackson discusses the impact of the show’s return. Jackson is the CEO […]
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How the Ohio Automobile Dealers Association is speaking out against...

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Ohio State Senator Michael Rulli recently introduced a bill that would allow electric vehicle-startup Lordstown Motors to sell directly to consumers. The Ohio Automobile Dealers Association (OADA) has spoken against the bill, and on today’s show Zach Doran, President of OADA, shares his thoughts on the proposed legislation. Doran begins the conversation by clarifying that […]
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