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Dealership throughput forecast to dropAug. 10, 2016
For the first time in seven years, U.S. dealership new-vehicle throughput -- the average number of units sold per store -- is expected to decline, according to most light-vehicle sales forecasts and data from Urban Science, a retail consulting firm.
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Urban Science buys AutoHook to expand lead-management servicesSept. 10, 2015
Urban Science, the analytics company best known for helping automakers and dealers decide where to open stores, acquired AutoHook to expand its lead-management services. Financial terms were undisclosed.
U.S. dealership throughput poised for new record in '15, study saysAug. 12, 2015
The average number of new-vehicle sales per dealership in the U.S. is trending toward another record in 2015 at a projected 945 units per store based on an annualized U.S. sales rate of 17.1 million vehicles, according to a study released today by Urban Science.