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Slim Inventory and High Prices to Cause Dip in January Vehicle Sales
Kelley Blue Book: 10 Takeaways from 2021 U.S. Auto Sales
Cox Automotive January Forecast: U.S. Auto Sales Volume Holds Steady, Inventory Levels Remain Tight
Despite Inventory Shortage, High Prices, Overall Car Buyer Satisfaction Remains Near Record Levels
Wholesale Used Vehicle Prices Slowed in December
Cox Automotive: Improving Momentum Likely After Slow January Start
Toyota Crowned Auto Sales Leader

Toyota Crowned Auto Sales Leader

Toyota sold 2.332 million vehicles in the U.S. in 2021, compared to 2.218 million vehicles for General Motors.

January 4, 2022

Auto Financing Gets Easier

Auto Financing Gets Easier

It’s easier than ever to get credit, if you can find a vehicle, says Andy Mayers of Cox Automotive.

January 4, 2022

Cox Automotive Forecast: Slow Second Half Holds Full-Year Sales Below 15 Million for Second Straight Year
COX AUTOMOTIVE: New-Vehicle Sales Gain Momentum but Not Enough for a December to Remember
Despite Inventory Crunch and All-Time High Costs, U.S. Automobile Dealer Sentiment Remains Positive
Cox Automotive Forecast: November Auto Sales Stuck in Low Gear As Consumers and Dealers Face Tight New-Vehicle Inventory and High Prices
Cox Automotive: As More Americans Choose EVs, Price and Range Continue to Hold Back the Market
How Dealers Can Influence EV Sales
Will Ford Keep Its Build-to-Order Strategy?
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