Download the Industry Health Review to understand monthly sales and share performance, new model launches, dealership marketing opportunities, and what's ahead for the industry, including:

Sales & SAAR

  1. Industry total sales have declined for two straight months
  2. Retail sales rebounded from March’s 8.2% decline with 0.4% gain (DSR)
  3. Non‐retail sales growth beaten by retail for only fifth time since May’14

CFTP & Incentives

  1. Customer‐Facing Transaction Price posted its best growth of 2016 at 1.6% or +$485/unit
  2. Incentive spending posted its highest growth of 2016 at +$326/unit to $3,237
  3. Consumers continue to shift to lease: Apr’16 levels of 31.0% reflects an increase of +3.9ppts vs. Apr’15

Segment Performance

  1. The year of the Small SUV marches on while 2015’s hottest segment, Compact SUV, is falling
  2. Large Pickup also grew +0.7ppts vs Apr’15 to 12.5% of industry retail sales
  3. Midsize Car continues to fall even as product freshenings enter segment
  4. Premium segments’ share grew 0.05ppts in April, its first growth month since May’15