Category: News

NADA Market Beat: 2020 Light-Vehicle Sales Reach 14.46 Million Units

The year came to close with new light-vehicle sales of 14.46 million units, down 14.7% from 2019 and the lowest full-year sales total since 2012.

NADA Market Beat: New-Vehicle Sales Down Slightly Compared to Previous Two Months

For 2020, we expect that new light-vehicle sales will total 14.2 million units. There may be some regional ups and downs in sales as the country deals with spikes in COVID-19 cases throughout the winter months.

Adapting Dealer and OEM Priorities in Light of Covid

We want to work with our OEM partners to ensure that the customer satisfaction that is at record levels stays that way.

NADA Announces 4th Annual Women Driving Auto Retail Video Contest

Share how you have adapted as a woman inside your dealership and why the auto retail industry is still a great career path.

NADA Market Beat: New-Vehicle Sales Top 16 Million Unit SAAR for Second Straight Month

The new light-vehicle sales volume in October equated to a SAAR of 16.2 million units, the second straight month with a SAAR above 16 million units.

NADA Makes Major Leadership Announcements

On October 20, the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) made several leadership announcements for 2021.

NADA Foundation Provides Hope to Dealership Employees in Wake of Hurricanes and Violent Storms

The NADA Foundation’s Emergency Relief Fund was established in 1992 to provide aid to auto and truck dealership employees impacted by natural disasters.

NADA Issues Analysis of Third Quarter 2020 Auto Sales

“Given the better than expected recovery in the new light-vehicle market, we estimate 2020 new light-vehicle sales to be higher, reaching 14.1 million units,” added Manzi.

NADA Market Beat: New Light-Vehicle Sales Up for Fifth Consecutive Month

New light-vehicle sales increased for the fifth straight month in September.

Advocacy Must Extend Beyond NADA’s Washington Conference

Each dealer has a pivotal role to play in our advocacy. Now that the 2020 Washington Conference has come and gone, our advocacy and grassroots work must continue.