Data derived from J.D. Power's Power Information Network (PIN).

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1. Extremely strong sales: The industry delivered 1.30M total sales (+8.8% Y/Y), the best November since 2003 and a SAAR of 17.1M (+0.9M Y/Y)
2. But fleet sets the pace.… again: Fleet growth far outpaced retail, with Y/Y growth of 17.8% vs retail sales growth of 7.2%
3. All‐time record transaction prices: November CFTP ended at $30,817 or +$537 Y/Y and +$108 M/M
4. Record November consumer expenditure: November consumer expenditure reached $33.7B (+4.9% Y/Y)
5. Incentive spending rose on year‐over‐year basis: Incentive spending was up $212 Y/Y to hit $3,160/unit or 9.0% of MSRP (+0.4ppts) despite new MY sales mix performing at prior year levels (65% sales mix)
6. Solid Black Friday weekend sales: Strong sales exceeded last year’s pace (19.2% of Nov ‘14 vs 18.5% Nov ‘13)
7. Gasoline prices continued free fall…. : November national average of $3.00/gallon was down $0.26 from October
8. …. So consumers bought trucks. Lots of trucks: Car mix hit lowest monthly level in 9 years (Dec 2005), resulting in 44.7% mix of industry retail sales (‐3ppts Y/Y)
9. New Camry not off to great start…. : It lost nearly one‐fifth of its segment retail share from October (‐4ppts to 16.7% share)
10. …. While CR‐V ascends to the throne: CR‐V #1 selling retail model in U.S. with 32.2K unit sales in November, surpassing F‐150, to move up from #5 last November