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Used values slip but still above normal levels

Prices are cooling off, but as of mid-October they still hovered nearly 10 percent above year-end 2019 levels.

Dealers' teamwork on Alfa ads gets noticed

Alfa Romeo dealers in Miami and South Beach have worked for more than a year on an advertising strategy to build awareness. Their efforts contributed to a double-digit gain in Alfa's U.S. Q3 and created a blueprint that soon could be adopted around the country.

Driver-assist systems require more than trust

Instead of seeking trust, automakers should emphasize the collaborative nature of the technology, says Matthew Young, director of research at Thatcham Research, an automotive safety agency based in the United Kingdom that develops repair methods and conducts crash tests.

EU darkens Rolls hood ornament

Rolls-Royce has stopped selling a $4,558 glowing version of its "Spirit of Ecstasy" on vehicles sold in Europe in response to a crackdown on light pollution.

Former GM exec Barry Engle discusses his latest project, Qell

The executive, who left GM this summer after 15 months at the helm of North America operations, is CEO of Qell Acquisition Corp., a special-purchase acquisition company he recently co-founded.