Significant U.S. automakers’ sales figures for March can be found in below market expectations and provided early evidence that America’s long, robust boom cycle for vehicle sales may finally be slowing. General Motors and Fiat Chrysler Vehicles shares both dropped almost 4 percent, while Ford Motor was off 3 percent. Vehicle industry publication WardsAuto put
February U.S. car sales, an indication of customer spending, dropped somewhat even as automakers stepped up marking down to sustain sales, significant manufacturers reported on Wednesday. Demand for cars, sport utility vehicles and pickup trucks in February fell to an annualized rate of 17.6 million automobiles, compared to a robust 17.7 million a year earlier.
Chevrolet Sonic deliveries in the United States amounted to 6,375 units in December last year, a decline of 12.6 percent compared with the 7,293 units sold in December 2015. Throughout the 2016 calendar year, sales of the subcompact car family reduced 14.7 percent to 55,255 units. In Canada, the Sonic had 383 deliveries in December
Volvo Cars has reported a third successive year of record sales in last year, boosting 6.2 percent compared to 2015 to 534,332 cars, highlighting the breadth and depth of the automaker’s continuous global improvement. The record 2016 was lead by strong growth in all major sales areas, consisting of double-digit boosts in its 2 largest