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FCA touted three sales records for the third quarter as buyer bought or leased premium technology and interior upgrades on heavy-duty trucks. Continue reading
“Sales have declined relative to 2018 each month this year, but overall, not more than we expected,” said Patrick Manzi, senior economist NADA. Transaction prices on both cars and light trucks continued to rise and set new records. According to the latest NADA Average Dealership Financial Profile Series from April 2019, the average new-vehicle transaction price was $36,642, up 3.3% compared to this time last year. Continue reading
New Toyota Ads Debut on Monday Touting “Why It’s the Best-Selling Brand in America.” Sales Slowly Coming Back?
“#1 for a Reason.” includes rebates and 0% financing for 60 months across most of Toyota’s core vehicles. Continue reading
Toyota Reports January Sales up 17%, as it Flings Incentive Gauntlet at Other Automakers with Cash and 0% Interest
Loyalty and conquest rates have returned to historical pre-recall levels,” said Bob Carter, Toyota Division group vice president and general manager, Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., who went on to say Toyota intends to grow at greater than market rates this year, thus flinging the gauntlet Chevrolet and Ford executives whose brands surpassed Toyota brand in U.S. sales last year. Continue reading