Press Coverage

The truth is, the press has some great things to say about TrueCar.

Here Are The July 2014 ‘Big Eight’ US Auto Sales Numbers: GM, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Volkswagen, Kia/Hyundai

The average price for a new vehicle ranged between $23,000 and $35,000 with six of the eight top sellers reducing their average motor vehicle transaction price last month compared to July 2013. 

International Business Times | August 1, 2014

Chrysler’s Sales Rise 19.7%; Ford Climbs 9.6%; GM Up 9.4%

Larry Dominique, vice president of auto research firm TrueCar Inc. and president of ALG, said the popularity of sport utilities was helped by all the new models being released this year. “The products out there are the best products we’ve ever had,” he said in a telephone interview. “You’re not really trading off anything from a fuel economy standpoint.”

The Detroit News | August 1, 2014

Incentives Boost U.S. Auto Sales in July

Underlying the momentum: bigger sales incentives. TrueCar Inc., TRUE +1.85% the Internet auto-pricing service and research firm, said incentive spending rose 8.4% overall from July 2013 and to the highest since July 2010.

The Wall Street Journal | August 1, 2014

July’s Gist: Gains For (Almost) Everyone

“Sales are strong, but incentives are a bit of a concern overall,” he said in an interview. “Are we going to fall back into bad behavior?”

Dominique sees natural demand at a 16.2-16.3 million selling rate the last five months of the year, unless automakers drive it higher with excessive incentives that could reduce margins and hurt profits.

Automotive News | August 1, 2014

Nissan Deliveries Climb 11%, Set July Record

TrueCar Inc., the online vehicle shopping site, said that Nissan and General Motors were the only automakers to cut incentive spending in July. Diaz, citing Power Information Network data, said Nissan’s incentive spending declined $125 per vehicle to $2,139, while the industry overall rose $190 per vehicle.

Automotive News | August 1, 2014

Sales Climb 9 Percent to 1.4M Vehicles As SAAR Hits 16.5M

Overall, industry incentives averaged $2,731 in July. That marks an increase of 7 percent over July 2013 and a decline of less than 1 percent from June, TrueCar.com estimates.

Automotive News | August 1, 2014

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