U.S. dealer lobby head criticizes automakers' bonus program

By Nick Carey DETROIT, Oct 10 (Reuters) - The head of the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) on Tuesday criticized automakers' use of so-called stair-step bonus programs, calling them harmful to U.S. auto dealers, to consumer confidence and brand loyalty. In a speech in Detroit, NADA Chairman Mark Scarpelli said the practice results in "wild discrepancies and fluctuations" in vehicles prices between different dealers, as well as a "lack ...

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