TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Auto makers are finally “getting it,” says Alan Starling, vice chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Assn. (NADA). Alan Starling Dealers have “heard welcome messages in recent months” from the Big Three and other manufacturers, Starling tells attendees to the annual Management Briefing Seminars here. “There is a new spirit of co-operation,” he says, telling Ward’s that OEMs are allowing for greater input – even on sensitive issues such as product ...

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