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Total Light Vehicle Sales Increase 11.4% in May, Autodata Reports

The industry SAAR jumped to 16.77 million units, up from last May’s 15.48 million-unit rate and last month’s 16.04 million-unit SAAR.

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Dealer Group Posts All-Time Sales Record in May

Sales at Fla.-based Rick Case Automotive Group were up 28% from last year, with Memorial Day weekend sales surpassing all previous weekend sales records.

April Sales Up 4.1%, Autodata Reports

The weather cleared in time to drive up April sales by 4.1% from a year ago. April’s SAAR was 16.04 million, up from March’s SAAR but down from a year ago.

February Wholesale Prices Down From January

Tom Kontos reported this week that wholesale used-vehicle prices in February averaged $9,839, down compared to January.

Carmakers Blame Sales Declines on Bad Weather

Vehicle OEMs are hopeful for a sales rebound after winter storms pushed down sales in late January. According to Autodata, both the industry SAAR and total sales were down from a year ago.

Automakers Post Big Gains in 2013 Sales

December sales were in line with last year’s total, while annual sales increased nearly 8% to 15.6 million units.

J.D. Power: December Sales Expected to Finish Strong

U.S. consumers are expected to spend more than $34 billion on new vehicles in December, a historic high for the month, reports J.D. Power and LMC Automotive.

Car Buyers Return in November After ‘Wacky’ October

November returned to normal after the partial government shutdown in October. CNW Research believes the purchase delays the shutdown caused could prime the market for a solid 2014.

Car Buyers Return in November After ‘Wacky’ October

November returned to normal after the partial government shutdown in October. CNW Research believes the purchase delays the shutdown caused could prime the market for a solid 2014.

September’s SAAR Second Lowest of 2013

Manufacturers attribute the drop in the SAAR to fewer selling days in September and Labor Day sales being included in August sales totals. One manufacturer attributes the drop to troubles in Washington, D.C.