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April 26, 2017

J.D. Power/LMC: Record Incentive Spending Keeps April Sales on Pace With a Year Ago

April retail sales are expected to reach 1.17 million thanks to record incentive spending. However, average days to turn continues to rise, with nearly 30% of vehicles sold so far in 2017 having sat on dealer lots more than 90 days.

April 17, 2017

NADA: New-Car Dealerships Employ Record Numbers in 2016

According to the trade group’s NADA Data 2016 report, dealership employees had one of the highest average salaries of any industry.

April 4, 2017

AIADA: Asian Brands Lead the Way for International Nameplates in March

With the Industry SAAR falling below 17 million for the first time since August, the trade group said the industry's March sales performance 'suggests that sales may be plateauing.' The association said now is the time for dealers to tighten their operations and push back on any tax increases on consumers.

March 9, 2017

CNCDA: California New-Vehicle Sales Cool in 2016

The California new-vehicle market leveled off in 2016, with new light vehicle registrations increasing by less than 2% during the final three quarters of last year, according to the California New Cars Dealers Association (CNCDA).

March 1, 2017

KBB: Average Transaction Price for New Up $757 in February

With sales skewed toward utility vehicles, the average transaction price for light vehicles rose by $757, or 2.3%, from a year ago to $34,352 in February, the firm reported today.

February 8, 2017

F&I Delivers for Asbury in Q4 2016

The group’s F&I operations posted a $60 increase in F&I profit per vehicle retailed during a quarter in which the nation’s eighth largest auto retailer chose volume over margin.

February 1, 2017

Average Transaction Price Rises in January

A sales mix in favor of utility vehicles drove up January’s average transaction price 3.3% from a year ago to $34,968. Among the greatest beneficiaries were the Detroit Three, with General Motors leading the way.

January 31, 2017

EFG Companies: F&I Industry Faces Murky 2017

The expected regulatory rollback, plateauing sales, rising interest rates, and the push to change the in-dealership experience clouds the F&I industry’s future, EFG Companies said today. Four of the firm's executives offered their predictions for 2017.

January 25, 2017

KBB: January Sales to Fall 3% YOY

After a record December capped off a record year for new-vehicle sales, January appears to be enduring a hangover effect, the vehicle information site said. It expects sales to decline 3% from a year ago to 1.13 million units.

January 25, 2017

Edmunds: New-Vehicle Sales to Fall in January

The vehicle information site expects new-vehicle sales to total 1.15 million units in January, a 31.5% decrease from December and a 0.7% decrease from January 2016.