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

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  1. Total SAAR reached 17.1M (+0.2M) – smallest gain of 2015: Total sales reached nearly 1.48M, up 57K units
  2. Retail sales were up 0.9% to 1.17M: SAAR reached 13.6M (+0.3M) on retail volume growth of 57K units
  3. Fleet sales and mix declined for the 1st time in 2015: Fleet sales contracted 4% to 309K units, representing 20.9% of Industry (-0.9ppts)
  4. Slower new model year transition cost the industry higher incentives
  5. Record June transaction prices, but pace of gains cooled to slowest in 2015: CFTP reached $30,217/unit, +$404/u or just +1.4%
  6. Consumer expenditures reached an all-time June record: Despite modest CFTP increase, it still translated into the strongest June expenditures on record for a total of $35.5 Billion, up $2.2B
  7. Negative Equity remained elevated – near Feb post-recession high: Neg. Equity rose 1.6ppts to 29.2% mix (note: 10yr high 35% in 01/05)
  8. Extended-term financing and leasing continued close to their peaks: 72M+ loans grew 1.4ppts to 33.4% mix of all sales – (just shy of 33.7% record in April) and leasing grew 1.9ppts to 27.9% mix (just shy of 28.2% record in March)
  9. Premium market cooled: Despite a strong start in Q1, premium retail share fell below prior year levels for the first time in 2015, down 0.3ppts to 12.8% share
  10. Cars mix of industry was down 4.6ppts, resuming its strong downward trend after a brief improvement in May