Sales drop 7% behind dips at Detroit 3, Nissan, HondaAug. 1
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.
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HYUNDAI-KIA: Declines hit most cars, crossoversAug. 1
Hyundai attributed its decline mostly to a drop in fleet sales, which it said amounted to less than 10 percent of its volume for the month. Yet in an era of hot crossover sales, even its Sante Fe sales were down. Hyundai-Kia is still looking for its first monthly sales gain of 2017.
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U.S. sales fall 4.7% in April as car slump drags onMay 2
U.S. light-vehicle sales fell 4.7 percent in April as big automakers, amid plunging car demand, posted declines with ever-rising incentives failing to shake the industry from its longest slump in years. The SAAR came in at 16.92 million.