Cincinnati Auto Expo

Mark your calendar for the 2019 Cincinnati Auto Expo, February 6-10 at the Duke Energy Convention Center!

More Info

Looking for a used car?  The best used cars come from new car dealers.  Check out used vehicle inventory from over 40 local dealers.

More Info
Child Passenger Safety

Safe travel for children is important to everyone which is why we have partnered with the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.

More Info
Auto Bytes

Greater Cincinnati Auto Dealerships Generated an Estimated $4.58 Billion in Sales Last Year

Greater Cincinnati franchised new motor vehicle retailers accounted for nearly 160,000 new and used cars sold in the region in 2017, contributing $4.58 billion in retail sales and $234 million in sales tax generated into the local economy, according to a new study conducted by the Greater Cincinnati Automobile Dealers Association (GCADA). The industry’s economic […]

Go to Blog

Local communities benefit from the 1.1 million plus jobs created by local dealerships – averaging more than $69,000 in average compensation across occupations, more than are created by automobile manufacturers! And communities benefit when local businesses like dealerships develop roots and give back.

Industry News
‘Trouble-free day! No joke’: Honda-powered Toro Rosso F1...
Filed under: Motorsports,Honda,Racing 'The new girl ran super smooth'Continue reading 'Trouble-free day! No joke': Honda-powered Toro Rosso F1 car debuts 'Trouble-free ...
2019 Ferrari 488 Pista Revealed: The 710-HP Track Warrior
Ferrari isn’t so much an automaker as a hedge fund guaranteeing absurd returns. The 2019 488 Pista—the name means “track” in Italian—is Maranello’s most extreme V-8 supercar to date, and i...
The Full Euro: Honda Civic i-DTEC Diesel Review
Engineering timelines are longer than those of media scandals, which has given Honda a predicament with its all-new i-DTEC diesel engine. The company’s decision to develop a next-generation ultra-cl...
A Major Automotive Supplier Joins the Ride-Sharing Ranks
Carpooling has historically been a hard sell to commuters. Whether it’s the convenience of driving themselves or the lure of cheap gasoline, the percentage of Americans who share rides to work peake...