"Newfound reliability has dealers losing money on warranty work.
The National Automobile Dealers Association estimates dealers
currently lose $30 on every new car they sell
They make up the difference through financing, add-ons, service and
[U.S. car dealers earned $7.7b on warranty repairs last year.]
With warranty work shrinking, they'll have to earn more money
Line of aftermarket accessories called "Customs" focusing (so to
speak) on "high-profit items like custom wheels and electronics."
So in addition to paint protection, window etching and LoJack,
Dealers will be hawking factory-authorized customization.
Pimp my profits?"