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DealerSocket Announces New General Manager of Inventory+
Sales of Retail Used Vehicles Expected to Grow
NADA Predicts 1.2% Decline in 2020 New Car Sales

NADA Predicts 1.2% Decline in 2020 New Car Sales

The National Automobile Dealers Association estimates U.S. new vehicle sales will fall to 16.8 million units as internal and external forces reshape the auto retail industry.

December 18, 2019

NADA: Franchised Dealership Payrolls Up Nearly 2%
Ricart Elected 2020 NADA Chair, Walser Named Vice Chair
Gilchrist: USMCA a Win for Dealers, Industry

Gilchrist: USMCA a Win for Dealers, Industry

NADA Chairman Charlie Gilchrist voiced his support for the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement in remarks at a press event. The Texas dealer urged Congress not to ignore the ‘reality’ of an auto industry built on favorable relationships among the three nations.

October 9, 2019

Detroit, Japan Factories Suffer in Short September Sales Report

Detroit, Japan Factories Suffer in Short September Sales Report

U.S. sales of new cars and light trucks fell 12% year-over-year in September, suppressed in part by a Labor Day weekend allotted to August. Few were spared the sting, with all six of America’s and Japan’s biggest factories reporting double-digit declines.

October 3, 2019

NADA: Employment, Payroll Up for New-Car Dealers

NADA: Employment, Payroll Up for New-Car Dealers

U.S. franchised auto dealers paid over $66 billion to more than 1 million workers in 2018, a 1.9% year-over-year increase that pushed the average employee’s pay to $1,134 per week.

April 8, 2019

Tom Webb to Retire as Cox Automotive's Chief Economist

NADA: Supply, Incentives Driving Down Retention Rates

Nearly across the board, the retention rates of model-year 2013 vehicles were down this year compared to the same time last year, according to the most recent NADA Used Car Guide Perspective report.

October 6, 2016

July's 2.3% Drop in Wholesale Prices Ties June Record, NADAUCG Reports

Wholesale prices for vehicles up to eight years in age fell 2.3% in July, tying June for the biggest drop recorded so far this year, according to the NADA Used Car guide. As a result, the firm lowered its seasonally adjusted used vehicle price index 1.1% to 118.9 .

August 16, 2016

NADA Maintains 17.7 Million Sales Forecast for 2016

Despite current economic and political uncertainties, the NADA is sticking with its original sales forecast of 17.7 million news cars and light trucks for 2016. The association's chief economist, however, predicted that total sales will drop to 17.1 million units in 2017, noting that most of the pent-up demand from the Great Recession has been satisfied.

August 2, 2016