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Nissan Beefs Up CPO Program with Carfax Partnership Amid Fed Rate Hike

As the U.S. Federal Reserve gradually increases interest rates, a strong certified pre-owned program becomes more and more vital for lenders and their dealer partners, Kevin Cullum, president of Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp., told Auto Finance News. “As interest rates rise, the demand for used cars, our off-lease vehicles, have been rising with it,” Cullum […]

NMAC Sets Goal of 100% Auto-Decisioning, President Says

Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp. will invest “significant resources” in technology over the next few years — starting in 2018 — to allow the captive to be open 24/7, President Kevin Cullum told Auto Finance News. “Customer demand for online shopping and financing is really driving our businesses, and it’s vital that we invest in new […]

Nissan Announces New Presidents of NMAC, Infiniti Finance

Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp. named current president Mark Kaczynski as vice president of administration and finance for the company’s luxury brand Infiniti Motor Co., effective Aug. 1, the captive announced yesterday. Kevin Cullum, who currently runs Nissan Canada Finance as its general manager, has been tapped as Kaczynski’s replacement. Cullum will relocate to Nashville and report to […]

Collaborate to Innovate Mobility, Expert Says

Cross-pollination between tech companies and auto manufacturers is no longer optional, it’s a “necessary,” Michael Macauley, chief executive of Quadrant Information Services, cautioned. “As cars become devices that we drive or don’t drive, and devices become more integrated with our transportation experience across modes,” the two industries need to learn to work together rather than […]
  • Auto Finance News
  • December 9, 2016
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September Sales: GM Soars While Ford Declines

General Motors, Nissan, and Chrysler Group led the pack in September, with each company posting a 19% growth in sales over the same period the year before, according to sales records released this week. Chrysler Group sold a total of 169,890 vehicles, compared to 143,017 sold at the same time last year, with the Ram […]
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  • October 6, 2014
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Cadillac Takes Manhattan

General Motors Co. announced yesterday that it will establish Cadillac as a “separate business entity” and move its headquarters to a building in lower Manhattan. This follows the July appointment of Johan De Nysschen as Cadillac’s new president, having poached De Nysschen from Infiniti.