Amazon.com Inc.'s entry into the Internet new-vehicle sales arena last week quickly turned contentious. Ford Motor Co. called the Greenlight.com-linked move an “electronic brokering” arrangement. General Motors Corp. reiterated its preference for dealers handling more of the vehicle sales process. The response came after Amazon rolled out its new-vehicle sales site with dealers signed up in 27 metro markets, including three major dealership networks — Asbury, Hendrick and Sonic. The ...
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