The truth is, the press has some great things to say about TrueCar.
Car Buyers Are Changing—And It’s Helping Sales
Although the average transaction price paid for a new vehicle ticked slightly lower in May, after rising at a steady clip for more than a year, customers are still, on average, paying at least $30,000 on a new vehicle, according to TrueCar.com.
CNBC | June 3, 2014
Look at May Auto Sales – No Wonder the Stock Market Is Up
TrueCar also foresees a May SAAR of 16.1 million and expects light-vehicle sales to rise 5.5% from the same month a year earlier, with incentives spending up 0.7% from the same month a year earlier. “The industry is back to the level we expected at the beginning of the year,” said Larry Dominique, TrueCar executive vice president, in a prepared statement.
THE STREET | May 29, 2014
May Sales to Get Lift From Retail Demand, Holiday Deals, Extra Weekend
“The industry is back to the level we expected at the beginning of the year,” he said. “Chrysler, GM and Nissan are all benefitting from increased demand. They are able to pull back on incentive spending.”
AUTOMOTIVE NEWS | May 23, 2014
GM Sales Appear Resilient Amid Recalls, Dealers Optimistic
Toyota’s recall of more than 9 million vehicles in 2009 and 2010, partly related to unintended acceleration, led to a dip in sales and resale prices for the brand, said Larry Dominique, executive vice president at industry researcher TrueCar.com. But it dissipated when negative headlines about the recalls faded, he argued.
REUTERS | May 23, 2014