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SAAR Holds at 17M as June Sales Slip

U.S. dealers sold 2.6% fewer new cars and light trucks in June than in the same month a year ago, but standout performances in key segments kept the seasonally adjusted annualized selling rate above 17 million for the second straight month.

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ALG Sets Bolt EV's Residual Value

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV should retain as much as 39% of its value after three years of retail leasing, which is significantly better than other mainstream competitors, according to ALG.

Land Rover, Toyota Earn Top Honors in ALG's Residual Value Awards

Land Rover and Toyota earned top honors during ALG's 15th annual Residual Value Awards, which looks at 26 vehicle segments and forecasts which will retain the highest percentage of MSRP value after three years.

Honda, Acura Take Top Prizes at ALG Canadian Residual Value Awards

Honda and Acura were the big winners, but the Cadillac ATS made big gains in ALG's Canadian Residual Value Awards.

Honda, Acura Rank Highest in ALG’s Residual Value Awards

Honda and Acura took the top spots in the Mainstream and Premium brands categories in ALG’s 14th annual Residual Value Awards. Toyota and Hyundai were also big winners.

Japanese Tsunami Caused 6 Percent Price Increase for Some Models, ALG Says

The March 2011 Japanese disaster resulted in a nearly 6 percent jump in new-vehicle pricing for vehicles like the Honda Fit, according to ALG, a subsidiary of TrueCar Inc.

Toyota, Lexus Perceived Quality Scores Improve, ALG Reports

ALG’s Fall 2011 Perceived Quality Study revealed that Toyota’s perceived quality score rose more than 2 percent over the last six months while Lexus once again came out on top among luxury brands.

Bubble Economics: Predicting the Used-Vehicle Correction

ALG’s Eric Lyman talks to the magazine about the potential pricing bubble looming over the used-vehicle market in this exclusive interview with F&I and Showroom magazine.

ALG: Japan Disaster Could Lead to 10 Percent Increase in New-Vehicle Prices

The recent Japan disaster could result in a nearly 10 percent jump in new-vehicle pricing for some key models, among other effects to the automotive industry, according to a new report by ALG, a subsidiary of DealerTrack Holdings Inc.

Toyota, Lexus Continue to Rebound in Perceived Quality

ALG’s Spring 2011 Perceived Quality Study (PQS) showed Toyota’s Perceived Quality Score rose 4 percent over the last six months and Lexus again captured the luxury category’s highest Perceived Quality rating during the reporting period.