What the Car Market Was Like the Last Time New Car Sales Were So High
A glut of vehicles hitting used car lots will drive down prices as much as two percent this year.
There's every reason to believe that car shoppers will continue to keep this pace.
Now that spring has arrived, weather conditions shouldn't have the impact on car shoppers it had at the beginning of 2014.
New car leasing is more popular — and more diverse — than ever. Edmunds.com's Chief Economist takes a deep dive into the changing landscape of leasing in the New York market.
Popular Trucks, Affordable Luxury, Abundant Credit, More Lease Returns, Inventory Growth, Fuel Cells, Stable Gas Prices. Did we mention new car sales topping 16 million vehicles?? What's In, what's Out for 2014?
After a strong 2012, young adults are once again buying fewer cars in 2013. Here's Edmunds.com's take on what's happening.
About 18 million visitors use our site every month to shop for their next car, and this gives us unparalleled insight into the car research and shopping process.
US Auto Industry Sales: 13 Month Comparison
Market Share by Manufacturer is the percentage of industry sales for the months indicated for each manufacturer displayed.