U.S. Auto Sales Fall To 1999 Levels In 2019 First Half

Ford waited until today to report its second-quarter new-vehicle deliveries in the US. So now we know what happened to total US auto sales in the second quarter and in the first half this year, and it wasn’t pretty. New-vehicle deliveries, fleet and retail combined, fell 1.5% in Q2 compared to Q2 last year, to 4.5 million vehicles; and in the first half fell by 2.4% to 8.4 million vehicles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://wolfstreet.com/2019/07/03/new-vehicle-sales-fell-in-q2-sales-for-2019-to-drop-to-1999-level-20-years-of-stagnation/

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