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Top 20: Two Pickups Challenge Ford F-150 in October

“Ford is selling down the 2014 model year (truck) and getting ready for the new one,” says Larry Dominique, executive vice president of

USA Today | November 4, 2014

Car And Truck Sales Show Strong–But Uneven–October Growth

“The Honda CRV outsold the Honda Accord,” said analyst Larry Dominique. “That shows us, this emergence in these mid-size and smaller crossover segments are really becoming important segments in the U.S.”

CBS Detroit | November 3, 2014

Chrysler, Nissan Set Pace as U.S. Sales Rise 6% on Truck Demand

Larry Dominique, executive vice president of TrueCar, described the market in October as well-balanced. Incentives as a share of average transaction prices, he noted, were a “manageable” 8 percent.

Automotive News | November 3, 2014

Ford, Chrysler Sales Exceed Estimates in October on SUV Demand

“Look at the Ford numbers, they sold only 50,000 cars out of their 180,000 total,” John Krafcik, president of, said in an interview. “That’s one of the lowest percentages we’ve seen in a while. That speaks volumes to the consumer mindset right now.”

Bloomberg | November 3, 2014

New Vehicle Buyers Gobble up Trucks, SUVs, Luxury Cars

“We’re continuing to see success with the trucks and utility vehicles, Lyman said. At the same time, transaction prices have edged up while incentives have come down across the industry, leaving carmakers in a much strong position.

The Detroit Bureau | November 3, 2014

October 2014 US New Auto Sales: Up 6% On US Trucks, Foreign Sedans; Ford Down 2%, VW Climbs After A Long Losing Streak

“Were continuing to see a lot of strength in trucks and SUVs which is no surprise with where gas prices have gone,” Eric Lyman, specialist in auto resale valuation and information provider at TrueCar Inc. “Also we’re seeing a positive trend of higher transaction prices and lower spending on cash incentives.”

International Business Times | November 3, 2014

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