New Vehicle Retail Sales Continue to Decline, But Demand for Expensive Vehicles Rises
Auto Retail Sales Off to Slowest Q1 Start Since 2013, But Demand for Higher-Priced Vehicles Remains Strong
After cracking ASEAN code, SAIC gears up for India challenge
Chinese carmaker makes presence felt in Thailand and Indonesia but will face new dynamics in India
Retail sales are projected to reach 946,600 units, a 2.4% decrease compared with February 2018.
Why Datsun Continues to struggle in its targeted markets
Right from India to Indonesia and Russia, the brand has fallen woefully short of expectations
Retail sales are projected to reach 864,300 units, a 2.4% decrease compared with January 2018.
China’s vehicle market: back to (modest) growth
LMC Automotive forecasts a return to rising car sales in the Middle Kingdom, if perhaps not at the breakneck levels of the past
Annual Retail Sales Fall for Second Consecutive Year but Consumer Expenditure Reaches Highest Level Ever
No-Deal Brexit to cost UK auto sector £9 billion per year
Diverging forecasts: LMC Automotive outlines impact of two different Brexit scenarios on light vehicle sales and production in the UK.
The MPV is dead. Long live the MPV?
LMC Automotive sees the protracted decline of a once flourishing car segment coming to an end in Europe as premium models put a floor of sorts under the market share of MPVs
Industry Leaders in Automotive Forecasting and Business Intelligence Form Alliance
LMC Automotive and Wards Intelligence Join Forces to Better Serve Automotive Market
Demand for PHEVs set to stagnate as BEVs steam ahead
LMC Automotive: “Tipping point” in sight for hybrids as incentives and production costs point to battery-electric cars dominating the plug-in vehicle market sooner than expected
Retail Sales Pace to Decline in October; Incentive Spending Still Falling, but Transaction Prices Rise
Stormy weather for Jaguar Land Rover’s UK production
LMC Automotive: Uncertainties surrounding diesel and Brexit cloud future at luxury carmaker’s British plants
Turkey: No reversal in sight for plummeting car sales
Research by LMC Automotive points to a gloomy outlook on back of deteriorating lira, skyrocketing interest rates
Retail Sales Poised for Largest Gain of 2018; Spending Expected to Fall for Second Straight Month
Retail Sales Pace to Fall for Fifth Time in 2018, but Incentive Spending on Pace to Decline for First Time Since 2013″
“Retail Sales Down 2% Through First Half of 2018; Average Transaction Price Reaches Record High”
“Mixed results expected for New Vehicle Sales in May, as Prices Rise but Sales Pace Falls”
“New Vehicle Sales Pace to Decline Again Despite Higher Discounts”
“New Vehicle Sales Pace in March to Post Gains for First Time in 2018”
“New Vehicle Retail Sales Pace to Fall in February but Transaction Prices to Hit Record Levels”