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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.

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NADA: April Auto Sales Continue to Lead Economic Growth

Despite the average retail transaction price rising more than 3%, the NADA’s chief economist believes that future auto sales will continue to be backed by strong economic tailwinds.

NADA: Leasing Driving New-Vehicle Deliveries

Lease registrations have improved by an annual average of 18% since 2011, according to the NADA’s most recent installment of its Used Car Guide Perspective report.

NADA: New-Car Sales to Rise to 16.94 Million in 2015

At the NADA /J.D. Power Western Automotive Conference this week, NADA Chief Economist Steven Szakaly predicted that new-car and light truck sales will hit 16.94 million units in 2015.

Weather Pushing Down January Sales, Edmunds Says

Edmunds expects January sales to drop 23.6% from December and 0.6% from January 2013. But the vehicle information site expects sales to pick up in February when the bad weather clears.

New-Car Sales to Reach 13.9 Million, NADA’s Taylor Predicts

Paul Taylor, chief economist of the National Automobile Dealers Association, said 2012 will be another rebuilding year for the industry, and predicts sales will reach 13.945 million units this year.

KBB Predicts 10 Percent Increase in January New-Car Sales

Kelley Blue Book analysts project January new-vehicle sales to pace at a 13.2 million seasonally adjusted annualized rate, and lists the European debt crisis and heightened tensions with Iran as threats to industry sales this year.

U.S. Automakers Well Positioned for 2012, Fitch Says

Fitch Ratings said it expects the financial profiles of U.S. automakers and parts suppliers to remain strong in 2012 despite sluggish global economic growth and weaker-than-expected North American light-vehicle demand.

December Sales Jumped 10 Percent, Says NADA Economist

The Detroit 3 auto manufacturers held a key inventory advantage over their competitors, which led to higher U.S. new-car and light-truck sales in December, according to Paul Taylor, chief economist of the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA).

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Edmunds.com Predicts 13.6 Million-Unit Year for 2012

A sales forecast by Edmunds.com indicated that an estimated 13.6 million new cars and trucks will be sold in 2012.

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