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Urban Science Report Predicts Dealership Throughput Rebound

Urban Science’s midyear Automotive Franchise Activity Report puts average throughput at 910 new vehicles per store this year.

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Survey: Youngest Car Buyers Visit Most Dealerships

Members of Generation Z reported visiting an average of 3.8 dealerships on their car-buying journey in an Urban Science poll, which found the majority of U.S. consumers still lean on dealerships for critical information — and test-drives.

U.S. Sales Per Store to Reach All-Time High, Urban Science Reports

The average number of sales per dealership in the United States is on track to hit an all-time record of 904 units based on vehicle sales of 16.2 million, according to a new report from Urban Science.

Dealer Count Slipping Into ‘New Normal,’ Urban Science Reports

Urban Science says the closure of 220 Suzuki franchises was largely responsible for the slight decrease in the dealer count last year. But analysts believe the industry may also be settling into a ‘new normal pattern’ in terms of its dealer count.

Dealer Count Inched Up in 2011, Urban Science Reports

A report by Urban Science revealed that as of Dec. 31, 2011, there were 17,767 dealerships in the United States, a 0.6 percent increase year over year.

Dealer Count Up First Time in a Decade

Urban Science’s 2011 Automotive Franchise Activity Report indicated that the number of auto dealerships has grown by 0.4 percent, the first increase in more than 10 years.

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