Off-lease vehicles could send U.S. sales tumbling, analyst warnsThu, 25, May 2017
U.S. sales fall 4.7% in April as car slump drags onTue, 02, May 2017
U.S. light-vehicle sales fell 4.7 percent in April as big automakers, amid plunging car demand, posted declines with ever-rising incentives failing to shake the industry from its longest slump in years. The SAAR came in at 16.92 million.
AutoNews Now: Triple threat to U.S. market?Mon, 01, May 2017
Watch out for off-lease carsMon, 17, Apr 2017
Sales slip 1.7% despite higher discountsMon, 03, Apr 2017
U.S. light-vehicle sales dropped 1.7 percent in March as decreases at Ford, Honda, Toyota, FCA, Hyundai and Kia overshadowed gains at Nissan and GM, even amid higher spending on discounts. The results signal the industry -- despite strong truck demand -- is losing momentum heading into the key spring selling season.
NADA sticks to 2017 U.S. sales forecast of 17.1 millionWed, 05, Apr 2017
Cars, Lexus a drag at ToyotaMon, 03, Apr 2017
A rough month all around for Hyundai, KiaMon, 03, Apr 2017
Strong car, truck demand, bigger deals deliver another record at SubaruMon, 03, Apr 2017
Light trucks lift Nissan and InfinitiMon, 03, Apr 2017
Acura pulls American Honda down in MarchMon, 03, Apr 2017
U.S. sales at American Honda dipped slightly in March, ending the month with a 0.7 percent decline to 137,227 vehicles, as weak car demand and losses at Acura Division continued to pull down the automaker's fortunes.