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KBB: SUV Sales to Top Car Sales in October

For the first time on Kelley Blue Book’s record, SUV sales should top car sales in the United States. The firm also expects new-vehicle sales to decline 6% in October due, in part, to two fewer selling days vs. a year ago.

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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.

New-Vehicle SAAR Falls Below 17 Million in August, Manheim Reports

For the second time this year, the seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) for new vehicles fell below 17 million in August. Manheim, however, said the drop 'may be a good thing."

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.

International Nameplates Gaining Market Share, AIADA Reports

Based on its May sales totals, the American International Automobile Dealers Association (AIADA) reported that a larger percentage of new vehicles sold during the month came from international brands.

Edmunds Predicts April Record for Industry Sales

The vehicle information site said this week that April sales are on pace to eclipse the April 2005 sales record of more than 1.5 million units. It also believes the industry is on pace to shatter last year’s 17.5 million-unit sales record.

TD Bank: U.S. Auto Sales to Peak in 2016, Remain Healthy in 2017

TD Economics, an affiliate of TD Bank and TD Auto Finance, projects U.S. auto sales will peak at 17.6 million units this year before edging down to 17.3 million in 2017. But sales should remain at the 17 million-unit level for some time, the finance source’s economist noted.

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.

2015 New-Vehicle Sales Reaches 17.5 Million Units

New-vehicle sales for 2015 totaled 17.5 million units, with the industry closing out the year with December sales of 1.6 million units, according to Autodata Corp.

Edmunds Puts 2015 SAAR at 17.5 Million

Edmunds said this week the industry is on pace to break the previous December sales record set in 2004. It predicts the industry will retail 1.7 million units in December, a 29.7% increase from November and a 12.3% increase from a year ago.