ESA Car Keys | May saw in increase in the SAAR to 17.37M units, but a 6.1% drop in volume versus May 2015. GM and VW were both down big (-18% and -17.2%, respectively).
ESA Great Graphs | April’s US housing market increased even in the face of tight inventory and accelerating prices. And that makes it 50 straight months of YOY gains in median existing-home pricing.
ESA Great Graphs | The US housing market rebounded in March after a slow February. Existing-Home Sales were up 1.5% year-over-year, and median prices notched their 49th straight annual advance.
ESA Car Keys | February 2016’s auto market kept pace with a 17.4M SAAR on the strength of truck, CUV and SUV sales. Ford registered a year-over-year increase of nearly 20%.
ESA Great Graphs | Existing-Home Sales continued trending upward in January, while average prices notched their 47th consecutive monthly year-over-year increase.
ESA Car Keys | Not even the Blizzard of 2016 could stop the US auto market from posting another solid month in January.
ESA Great Graphs | US Existing-Home Sales finished 2015 with a bang, making it the strongest year of EHS since 2006. All regions of the US were up significantly, and median prices rose for the 46th consecutive month.
ESA Car Keys | Good snapshot of today’s dealer inventory, which is leaner than last year. Chrysler lots are turning 4x per year on average, while Subaru runs at about 20x per year.
Great Graphs | Even with the explosion of television channels over the past two decades, TV viewing remains concentrated in a small number of channels.
ESA Car Keys | Record-breaking new car sales. So why is the average age of vehicles on the road getting older and not younger? And why should we even care? A little math will tell us the answers, and point the way to opportunity.