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National Automobile Dealers Association

NADA Issues U.S. Auto Sales and Economic Analysis Following First Quarter 2022

The first quarter of 2022 came to a close with new-light vehicle sales in March totaling a SAAR of 13.4 million units, a decline of 4.6% compared to February 2022 and a decline of 24.4% compared to March 2021’s SAAR.

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NADA Market Beat: Supply Chain Disruptions Suppress New Light-Vehicle Sales

The month’s SAAR totaled 13.3 million units, down from 14 million in February and off 24.4% from March 2021’s SAAR of 17.6 million units.

NADA: The Facts About New Vehicle Pricing

Recent media coverage about rising new-vehicle prices fails to account for unprecedented market conditions in the retail auto market.

NADA Market Beat: First Monthly New Light-Vehicle Sales Gain Since April

New light-vehicle sales in October 2021 saw their first month-to-month gain since April.

NADA Shares a Positive Outlook for 2021 Automobile Sales

NADA predicts healthy sales volumes coupled with healthy transaction prices and profitability will persist as the industry shows strong resilience amid disruption.

NADA Makes Major Leadership Announcements

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

NADA Market Beat: New Light-Vehicle Sales Continue to Recover

August’s SAAR of 15.2 million units marked a 4.8% increase from July’s SAAR of 14.5 million units but is down 11% compared with August 2019.

Treasury Issues Guidance on Payroll Tax Holiday

The Department of the Treasury issued guidance on the Aug. 8, 2020 Presidential Executive Order that defers an employer’s obligation to withhold, deposit, and pay the employee’s portion of the payroll tax on wages earned between Sept. 1, 2020 and Dec. 31, 2020.

NADA Issues Second Quarter 2020 Auto Sales Analysis

During this quarter, retail sales recovered much more quickly than fleet sales from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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NADA Chairman Rhett Ricart: We’ve Got This

As auto dealers, we know disruption; it isn’t new and it will never stop. In fact, we’ve found a way to grow and thrive out of disruption, and the coronavirus pandemic will serve as yet another example of dealers adapting and overcoming our challenges.

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