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Kelley Blue Book

New-Vehicle Prices Set a Record in June, According to Kelley Blue Book, as Luxury Share Hits New High

With low inventory and high demand, incentives dropped to a record low in June, averaging only 2.3% of the average transaction price.

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BMW, Toyota Back on Top as America's Most-Shopped Vehicle Brands

High gas prices lead more shoppers to consider traditional sedans and hybrids in the first quarter of 2022, likely benefiting Toyota.

Cox Automotive: 10 Takeaways from U.S. Auto Sales in Q1 2022

The team at Kelley Blue Book has assembled two broad reports from the first quarter: One is a look across industry-wide U.S. sales in Q1, the other a narrow review of electrified vehicle sales in the U.S., the combined sales of hybrids, plug-in hybrids and EVs.

Kelley Blue Book Announces 2022 Brand Image Award Winners

Honda makes major comeback in Non-Luxury brand categories, Tesla leads Luxury brands.

Kelley Blue Book: 10 Takeaways from 2021 U.S. Auto Sales

Kelley Blue Book has pulled out 10 interesting takeaways from last year’s market performance – a final look at 2021.

Kelley Blue Book Best Buy Awards of 2022

For 2022, the Kelley Blue Book Best Buy Awards go to the best in categories that encompass nearly the entire range of vehicles that meet virtually all automotive needs.

Chip Flow Increasing for GM

An increased flow of semiconductor chips allowed the Detroit automaker to operate every plant this week.

Cox Automotive: In Q3, Sales of Electrified Vehicles Surged Past 1 Million Units

While sales of new vehicles declined 13.4% year over year in Q3 due primarily to low inventory and high prices, sales of electrified vehicles jumped by nearly 60%, according to an analysis by Kelley Blue Book.

New-Vehicle Prices Surge to Record Highs for Fifth Straight Month

At $43,355, the average new-vehicle transaction price hit a record high in August 2021 for the fifth consecutive month, according to Kelley Blue Book.

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Q2 2021 Brand Watch: Truck Shopping Picks Up; Subaru Slips; Ram Tops in Important Factors

Inventory-constrained Toyota held on to the top spot for shopping consideration, but Ford narrowed the gap in the second quarter despite its own supply challenges.

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