Monthly U.S. Sales
U.S. sales rebound, climb 3.6%; SAAR remains strong at 17.83 millionThu, 01, Dec 2016
After three straight monthly dips, U.S. light-vehicle sales in November rose 3.6 percent from a year earlier, helped by more generous deals and strong truck demand. Ford, Honda, Nissan, Toyota and GM posted gains. Industrywide volume hit a November record and the SAAR remained strong but dropped to 17.83 million from this year's highest rate -- October's 17.98 million.
Canada sales rise 10% in Nov. behind big GM, Ford gainsThu, 01, Dec 2016
Mercedes all but locks down U.S. luxury sales win for 2016Thu, 01, Dec 2016
FORD: 5.1% gain spurred by incentives, SUVsThu, 01, Dec 2016
VW's losing streak ends with 24% gain; Audi rolls onThu, 01, Dec 2016
HYUNDAI-KIA: Fatter deals, small cars, crossovers drive Nov. recordsThu, 01, Dec 2016
TOYOTA: Record truck sales drive 4.3% increaseThu, 01, Dec 2016
NISSAN: Trucks star at Nissan brand, InfinitiThu, 01, Dec 2016
HONDA: New November record posted with 6.5% boostThu, 01, Dec 2016
GM: All four brands deliver as sales rise 10%Thu, 01, Dec 2016
FCA: Sales slip 14% despite strong month for RamThu, 01, Dec 2016
Porsche poised for another sales gain in '17Mon, 28, Nov 2016
Porsche North America CEO Klaus Zellmer says the brand can increase sales again in 2017 despite a declining luxury market. He forecasts sales comebacks for Panamera, 911 and Boxster, which all have been down in 2016 due to changeovers.