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\r\n\r\nWASHINGTON — Last fall, before Volkswagen’s national dealer meeting in Atlanta, Mike Schwartz saw a glimpse of the candor that VW of America CEO Michael Horn has become known for among dealers.\r\n\r\nSchwartz, general manager of Galpin Volkswagen near Los Angeles, was among a small group of dealers invited to take an early test drive of two Golf models and offer feedback to visiting executives from Germany. He recalled how Horn, 52, gave his boss at the time, VW global sales chief Christian Klingler, a polite but clear dressing-down for VW’s past mistakes in the U.S., prodding him to listen to American dealers.\r\n\r\nRead full article here.

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\r\n\r\nWASHINGTON -- Last fall, before Volkswagen's national dealer meeting in Atlanta, Mike Schwartz saw a glimpse of the candor that VW of America CEO Michael Horn has become known for among dealers.\r\n\r\nSchwartz, general manager of Galpin Volkswagen near Los Angeles, was among a small group of dealers invited to...