Monthly U.S. Sales
U.S. sales outlook: What goes up...July 9
Rising interest rates, higher gasoline prices and the threat of a tariff-fueled trade war haven't slowed auto sales in 2018. But headwinds are increasing. Some industry experts see a saturated market pumped up by incentives.
Canadian June sales down 1.6% as automakers face 'significant headwinds'July 4
Canadian new vehicles sales fell for the fourth consecutive month in June, down 1.6 percent compared to last year,. The head of the Global Automakers of Canada says sales were strong but now face headwinds.
GM: GMC leads robust monthJuly 3
HONDA: Record month for CR-V, Pilot and RDXJuly 3
LUXURY: BMW takes top spot; supplier disruption hampers MercedesJuly 3
HYUNDAI/KIA: Expanded crossover lineup provides liftJuly 3
SUBARU: New Ascent helps deliver another recordJuly 3
It was a record June for Subaru with U.S. deliveries surging 15 percent, extending its streak of consecutive monthly sales increases to 79. In addition to the Ascent's debut, two of Subaru of America's strongest-selling crossovers had their best Junes ever.
NISSAN: Trucks pad a milestone monthJuly 3
TOYOTA: Record light-truck demand boosts monthly resultsJuly 3
VW/AUDI: Crossovers power VW to 5.7% improvement; Audi's streak stays aliveJuly 3
FORD: SUVs, pickups fuel retail increaseJuly 3
The automaker overcame a 2.3 percent decline in fleet business and a 14 percent drop in the car segment thanks to strong performances for its SUV and pickup business. Utility sales rose 8.9 percent for a record June while pickup sales increased 3.2 percent.
FCA: 8% gain paced by June records at Jeep, RamJuly 3
Record June sales for Jeep and Ram boosted FCA US sales by 8 percent to 202,264. Sales at all brands except Fiat and Chrysler rose during the month. The company's fleet mix declined slightly to 23 percent for the month, from 24 percent a year ago.