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LMC/J.D. Power: First-Half Retail Sales Weakest in Four Years

Retail sales for the first half of 2018 are expected to be the weakest since 2014, but record transaction prices have consumers on pace to spend nearly $5 billion more on new-vehicle purchases during the period compared to a year ago.

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LMC, J.D. Power: Mixed Results Expected for February

Average incentive spending in February is poised to fall for the first time since 2013 due to lower spending by Domestic manufacturers on trucks and SUVs. The two firms also project a 400,000-unit decrease in the SAAR and a 3% decline in retail sales.

J.D. Power/LMC Expect Lowest May Retail SAAR Since 2013

Not even record incentive spending for the month is expected to keep May retail sales on pace with a year ago, according to the two firms.

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.

Have Pickup Sales Peaked?

Ford's decision to idle production of its F-150 pickup last week has followed several months of slowing demand in retail and fleet channels and may point to a larger trend in pickup sales.

LMC/J.D. Power: September Sales Expected to Fall Despite Record Incentives

For the fifth time in seven months, J.D. Power and LMC Automotive are predicting a year-over-year decline in new-vehicle retail sales for September. But officials with both firms said the numbers don't point to significant weakness or risk, but the firm does see challenges ahead.

LMC Lowers 2016 Sales Forecast

LMC Automotive has revised its forecast for U.S. auto sales for the 2016-2023 periods. The company expects nearly 250,000 fewer units will be sold each year during that timeframe, with a larger reduction occurring between 2016 and 2017.

J.D. Power/LMC: Snow Storm Slows But Doesn’t Stop Car Sales in January

The two firms expect January total light-vehicle sales to total 1.1 million units, while the January SAAR is expected to have reached 16.8 million units. LMC Automotive said its sales forecast for 2016 remains at 17.8 million units.

J.D. Power Projects Best February Sales in 13 Years

Total light-vehicle retail sales are expected to reach 1.3 million units in February, the highest total for the month since 2002, according to projections from J.D. Power and LMC Automotive.

Summer Is Heating Up New-Vehicle Sales, LMC Automotive and J.D. Power Report

The SAAR for retail sales in July is expected to be 13.8 million units, an increase of 600,000 vehicles compared to the same period last year.