The Industry's Leading Source for F&I, Sales and Technology
Search Close Menu

Tag Search Result

incentive spending

Retail Incentives, New-Vehicle Sales Grow in May

May new-vehicle sales grew by 4.8% from the year-ago period, while average incentive spending per unit grew 6.6% from a year ago to $3,740.

Read more

J.D. Power/LCM: June SAAR Expected to Fall to Five-Year Low

Despite record incentive spending, the auto industry is on pace to record its weakest first-half sales performance since 2014, according to the two firms. Days to turn remained at 70 through June 18, the highest level since July 2009.

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.

KBB, Autotrader Report Strong November Unit Sales

Autotrader and Kelley Blue Book reported stronger-than-expected auto sales during the month of November. The overall industry health is looking strong, but the two firms noted several risk factors that could negatively impact the industry as it heads into 2016.

December Sales Could Top 1.37 Million Units, TrueCar Reports

TrueCar says the industry is on pace to sell more than 1.37 million units this month, which would put the SAAR at 15.6 million units.

TrueCar Predicts 17 Percent Increase in August Sales

TrueCar puts August’s seasonally adjusted annual rate at 14.2 million despite spotting a 6 percent drop in incentive spending.