A closer look at US auto sales in July

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Yesterday we told you how the cash for clunkers scheme has enjoyed early success in the USA. per cent new vehicles sales market share for the month, the highest monthly share to date. Let’s take a look at the results from each major manufacturer: Chrysler: Total US sales for July stood at 88,900 units, a decrease of nine per cent year on year, although up 30 per cent compared to June.

Cash for Clunkers Buoys US Auto Sales; Hybrid Sales Up 31.8% for Monthly New Vehicle Share of 3.55%

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Monthly new vehicle market share for hybrids. Buoyed by the US government’s CARS (“Cash for Clunkers”) program, US auto sales slowed their decline in the US in July, dropping on 12.1% As a result, the SAAR for July surged to 11.24 Honda.

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September Auto Sales Plunge in Aftermath of Cash for Clunkers; SAAR at 9.2M units, LDV Sales Down 41% from August, Hybrid Sales Down 48%

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In the aftermath of the summer sales boom fueled by the US Cash for Clunkers program, September 2009 light duty vehicles sales dropped back to pre-incentive lows. New vehicle market share for reported hybrid sales in September dropped back down to 2.7% Honda.

US hybrid sales slump in September

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What would happen when the cash for clunkers sales boom came to an end has been a question many automotive executives in the USA dared not think about. per cent, but the new Fusion and Milan hybrid accounted for 1,260 units. Honda: Total vehicle sales reached 77,229 a decline of 20 per cent with hybrid sales dropping six per cent to 1,898 units. per cent to 152 units, but the new Honda Insight sold 1,746 units.

Hybrid sales leap in the US

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The cash for clunkers campaign has given a massive boost to hybrid sales in the US, with a reported leap by 48.6 Honda: The company sold a total of 4,943 hybrids during the month with 4,226 of these units being the new Honda Insight. Tags: Ford Green cars Honda Hybrid cars Latest news Lexus Nissan Toyota general motors per cent in August year on year.