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Automaker Production Schedules Continue Freefall Due to Chip Shortage
High Vehicle Prices Expected to Hold Their Grip on Auto Industry
Shortage of Inventory, Not Buyers Challenges U.S. Auto Industry
Hyundai Freezes Fleet Sales to Push More Vehicles to Dealers
Will Ford Keep Its Build-to-Order Strategy?
Vehicle Sales Continue to Drop

Vehicle Sales Continue to Drop

Combined sales at the seven major automakers that release monthly results dropped 17% in October. Automakers cite the semiconductor chip shortage and supply chain bottlenecks as the reason.

November 4, 2021

Cox and LMC put Days' Supply of Inventory Below 1 Million Vehicles
Manufacturers Hopeful That Chip Supply Will Improve in Q4
Lithia Motors Predicts End to New-Vehicle Shortage  

Lithia Motors Predicts End to New-Vehicle Shortage  

“We expect inventories to continue to normalize throughout the back half of 2021 and in the first part of 2022,” said Chris Holzshu, Lithia chief operating officer, in an earnings conference call.

July 29, 2021

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