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Toyota Crowned Auto Sales Leader

Toyota sold 2.332 million vehicles in the U.S. in 2021, compared to 2.218 million vehicles for General Motors.

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Pent Up Demand to Boost 2022 New Car Sales

Edmunds predicts 15.2 million new cars sales in 2022, a 1.2% increase from its 2021 vehicle sales estimate.

General Motors Reveals Q2 Sales Rose 40% But Missed Analyst Expectations

GM reported sales of 688,236 vehicles in the second quarter, up 39.7% from 2019. But Edmunds and Cox Automotive had forecasted GM sales would rise 40% to 43%.

Auto Inventories Continue to Plummet

vAuto reports vehicle inventories dropped to 2.24 million vehicles in April, representing a 44-day supply.

Auto Loan Interest Rates Drop in May to Lowest Level Since 2013

According to Edmunds, car shoppers got to take advantage of generous incentives offered by automakers, but analysts caution that these deals will dry up during the summer.

Negative Equity on Vehicle Trade-Ins Hit All-Time High in April, According to Edmunds

Experts say consumers upside down on their car loans could take advantage of generous automaker incentives during the coronavirus pandemic to get a better interest rate and save thousands of dollars.

New Vehicle Sales Continue Downward Slide in April, Edmunds Forecasts

Analysts say April will be the worst auto sales month in at least 30 years due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Used Car Values Expected to Decline Due to the Coronavirus Crisis

Although used vehicle prices have risen steadily in recent years due to a deluge of off-lease, option-rich SUVs, and trucks hitting used lots, experts say this trend is set to hit a turning point, according to new research from Edmunds.

Edmunds Extends Financial Relief, Launches New Website to Support Dealer Partners During Coronavirus

Edmunds’ revamped Industry Center page compiles digital product offerings, additional resources to support shoppers and dealers while shelter-in-place orders limit in-store interaction and sales.

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New Vehicle Sales Drop in March to Close a Down First Quarter in 2020

Analysts forecast a SAAR of 11.9 million in March due to market disruptions caused by the COVID-19 crisis.

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