The top 10 retailers collectively sold 1,231,944 new vehicles, including fleet vehicles. That accounted for 36.4 percent of the top 150's total new-vehicle sales.
For the entire top 150, new-vehicle sales fell 10 percent last year to 3,383,809 vehicles as the pandemic disrupted the industry. U.S. new light-vehicle sales declined 14 percent to 14.6 million. New-vehicle sales fell for all six publicly held groups. AutoNation's new-vehicle sales dropped 12 percent to 250,824 in 2020, and Penske dropped 21 percent to 182,398.