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CNW: Industry Has Reached ‘Razor-Thin Balance'

In its latest newsletter, CNW Research says that even the slightest economic issue could upset the auto industry in 2015.

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December Deliveries Pacing at 16.3 Million-Unit Annual Rate

A series of upbeat metrics has CNW putting December new-vehicle sales in the 1.5 million-unit range, a 10% increase vs. the year-ago period.

July Deliveries Exceed CNW’s Expectations

Floor traffic hit nearly 11 percent in the final days of July. Closing ratios and same-store sales were also up.

Industry Sales Pacing at 15.7 Million Units in March

A mid-month report found that floor traffic at dealerships was up nearly 3 percent, with closing ratios ahead of last year by more than 2 percent. According to CNW, this indicates a possible 6.5 percent sales gain for the full month.

January a Mixed Bag So Far, CNW Reports

Floor traffic is up, as are deliveries, but CNW reports that sales in January are still off last year’s pace. But the numbers also show that April to May could be big months for dealers.

April Sees Softening in Floor Traffic, Closing Ratios, CNW Reports

Things didn't go as expected this month, with CNW reporting that the expected increase in floor traffic and closing ratios never materialized.

Gas Prices Not Impacting Sales Yet, CNW Reports

If the first 20 days are any indication, vehicle sales could increase 8 percent this month from a year ago to 1.35 million units, CNW Research reported today.

Gas Prices Once Again a Concern, Reports CNW

Despite a rise in gas prices, data from the first 15 days of February indicates that vehicle sales could rise 7 percent to 1.1 million units this month, according to CNW Research.

Early Indicators Point to 13.8 Million Year, Reports CNW

January is off to a solid start, with new-vehicle floor traffic up more than 12 percent, reported CNW Research.

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Boost in Floor Traffic Could Signal Strong October Finish, CNW Says

October kicked off to a strong start after the new-car industry broke out of its summer funk in the second half of September, according to the Bandon, Ore.-based CNW Research.