September 2017 Dashboard

By Jeff Cobb Overall sales for September were exceptionally strong, as fleet sales and replacement demand from Harvey and to a lesser extent, Irma, led to the highest monthly rate (adjusted for seasonality) since July 2005 (when the auto industry provided incentives so that everyone could buy vehicles at employee prices). While sales for the year have declined from year-ago, the decline is now 1.9% rather than 2.8 percent as of the end of August. All categories (hybrid, plug in, battery electric, and diesel) were up from August and last September, and with the exception of diesels, all categories were up year-to-date.
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