U.S. new-car sales on pace to dip, remain flat in July, forecasts showJuly 30
U.S. car and light-truck deliveries are projected to be flat or down in July, forecasts from J.D. Power/LMC, Edmunds and Cox Automotive show, with one less day and weekend of sales. It would be only the third monthly year-over-year drop in 2018.
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.