U.S. sales start 2018 with a gain behind trucks, spiffs, fleetFeb. 1
U.S. light-vehicle sales rose 1.2 percent in January with higher incentives and light-truck demand luring consumers even as severe cold temperatures across large swaths of the country put a chill in some showroom traffic.
U.S. sales start year at robust pace, aided by incentivesJan. 30
After September sales surge, what's next?Oct. 9, 2017
Like a bolt from the blue, the U.S. auto selling pace in September turned hotter than any month in the last 12 years. Automakers and analysts have a number of reasons why it happened. The more important question: Will it continue?
U.S. sales slip; SAAR falls to 16.13 million on Harvey impactSept. 1, 2017
U.S. light-vehicles sales slipped 1.8 percent last month and the seasonally adjusted, annualized pace of sales fell to the lowest level -- 16.13 million -- since February 2014 behind a late-month wallop from Hurricane Harvey.
Sales drop 7% behind dips at Detroit 3, Nissan, HondaAug. 1, 2017
U.S. light-vehicle sales dropped 6.9 percent in July, the weakest showing yet in a year that is on track to generate the industry's first decline in volume since the 2008-09 market collapse. The SAAR dropped to 16.78 million, down more than 1 million from July 2016.
NADA sticks to 2017 U.S. sales forecast of 17.1 millionApril 5, 2017
Analyst warns of incentives' pressure on used pricesJan. 27, 2017
Incentive spending, combined with a glut of off-lease vehicles returning to market, could push used prices down by about 4.8 percent this year, the lowest level since the economy was emerging from the recession in 2010, one analyst says.