How ultraluxury buyers use leasingMarch 19
Mercedes pushes CPO as off-lease cars surge inMarch 12
Acclaimed 2018 Accords sit on the lotMarch 12
FORD: Deliveries fall on slump in SUVsMarch 1
U.S. sales slip as market continues to coolMarch 1
Light-vehicle sales in the United States dropped more than 2 percent in February as most major automakers posted declines and the market continued to cool. The SAAR came in above a historically strong 17 million for a sixth straight month.
February U.S. sales forecast to fall as incentives dipFeb. 27
U.S. new-vehicle sales are expected to fall this month as the market continues to cool and automakers dial back on incentives. Forecasts call for sales to drop between about 2 and 4 percent year over year from February 2017. Automakers will release February sales figures on Thursday.
More off-lease crossovers could hurt new-vehicle salesFeb. 26
A normal-ish used marketJan. 29
Subscription plan expands Porsche's reachJan. 17
Demand cools for once-hot cars at auctionsJan. 15
It's easy to see why wholesale prices for used midsize sedans are declining: aggressively priced, subvented leases adopted two and three years ago to clear out the cars as consumer preferences shifted to crossovers and SUVs have begun to ripple through the used-car market.
Why early EV adopters prefer leasing — by farJan. 3
U.S. sales slip in 2017, ending 7-year streakJan. 3
U.S. new light-vehicle sales slipped 5 percent in December and dipped 1.8 percent to 17.25 million for all of 2017 -- ending a string of seven annual gains that had propelled the industry to new highs following the 2008-09 market collapse. The SAAR came in at 17.86 million for December, among the year's strongest months.