Volume slips 1.9% but SAAR remains strong at 17.57 millionWed, 01, Feb 2017
U.S. light-vehicle sales dipped 1.9 percent in January with consumers and automakers taking a break after a robust December fueled by heavy promotions and more generous deals. The SAAR remained strong -- slipping slightly to 17.57 million from 17.87 million in January 2016, and easily exceeding a projection of 17.3 million for the month.
TOYOTA: Double-digit fall as Lexus supply slidesWed, 01, Feb 2017
Trucks power 5.9% gain at Honda; Acura strugglesWed, 01, Feb 2017
Canada light-vehicle volume sets a Jan. recordWed, 01, Feb 2017
VW: Rebound continues with 17% bump as buybacks near 100,000; Audi gains 11%Wed, 01, Feb 2017
LUXURY: Mercedes jumps out to big early lead over BMW, LexusWed, 01, Feb 2017
Hyundai, Kia find strength in small carsWed, 01, Feb 2017
NISSAN: Rogue, Titan lead way to Jan. recordWed, 01, Feb 2017
FCA sales down 11%, continuing 5-month sales slideWed, 01, Feb 2017
Fiat Chrysler's sales continued their skid, hitting five months in January as they dropped 11 percent to 152,218. The automaker said fleet sales accounted for 28 percent of its monthly total, though it said January fleet sales were down 31 percent year-over-year.
GM sales fall below 200,000 for first time since Jan. 2014Wed, 01, Feb 2017
Big declines for the Buick brand and the Chevrolet Malibu pushed General Motors' U.S. sales down 3.8 percent in January. It marked the first time that GM sold fewer than 200,000 vehicles in a month since January 2014. But company officials said the month's results are not a sign of weakening demand.