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Dealership Service Loyalty Slips Among New Buyers

Fewer new-vehicle buyers in China intend to revisit their dealer for post-warranty maintenance, service and other repairs despite fairly stable prices, J.D. Power and Associates found in a new study. Only 22 percent of customers in the mass-market segment and 34 percent of luxury-vehicle buyers said they “definitely would” revisit their dealer for post-warranty services, a sharp drop from 34

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Sales Satisfaction Decline Despite Heavy Price Discounting

Despite automakers and dealers offering larger discounts to vehicle buyers than in 2015, overall sales satisfaction in China has declined from last year, according to the J.D. Power 2016 China Sales Satisfaction Index (SSI) Study. The study, measures customer satisfaction with the new-vehicle sales experience based on five factors (in order of importance): delivery process (23%); sales initiation (21%); deal

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Iranian Auto Maker Saipa to Finalize Deal with Citroën

Iran’s Saipa Group CEO and Executive Member of the Board Mehdi Jamali told IRNA on Monday that his company will conclude an agreement with the major French automobile manufacture, Citroën, soon. He underscored that the contract fully accords with ‘Resistance Economy’, a set of policies outlined by the Supreme Leader, calling on the government to secure the utilization of the

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PSA’s Brands Introduce BlueHDI Diesel Models in Japan

The Japanese automotive market is one almost totally biased towards gasoline engines – though diesel models have a larger following there than in America. But offering a diesel model on the market is kind of an adventure, because of the emissions regulations that are very strict. But PSA Peugeot Citroen seems to have faith in its prowess – especially given

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CITROEN CEO Linda Jackson – ‘Women buy half the cars we sell, we need more in the industry’

Having just been named the most influential British woman in the car industry by MT’s sister brand, Autocar, Jackson is enthusiastically banging the drum for greater female representation in what has traditionally been a pretty male and pale sector. ‘The car industry has had a very macho image in the past, and it is still quite blokey’ she admits. The

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