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Video: NADA Creates Task Force to Address Concerns on Facility Upgrades, Stair-Step Pricing Programs

McLEAN, Va. (June 28, 2012) -- The National Automobile Dealers Association has created an Industry Relations Task Force to address “fairness” issues in response to continuing complaints from dealers about factory-mandated facility upgrades and stair-step incentive pricing programs.

“As the manufacturers put more pressure on the dealers, they are screaming that these programs are unfair,” said NADA Chairman Bill Underriner, in a recent interview on AutoFocus with David Hyatt. “It has to be fair for everybody. We want a level playing field on these issues.”

Forrest McConnell, chairman of NADA’s Industry Relations Committee, will lead the task force.

Click here to view the interview.

 

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