GNYADA May 2016 NY Auto Outlook

Data Thru April 2016

NEWYORK AUTOOUTLOOK tm a monthly report on vehicle sales in metro new york

APRIL VEHICLE SALES REPORT

metro area new retail car and light truck registrations

April Estimate*

March Actual

YTD Through April*

2016 2015 % chg.

2016 2015 % chg.

2016 2015 % chg.

Industry Total

49,387 48,419 2.0% 52,870 55,250 -4.3% 192,648 178,219 8.1%

Cars

20,284 21,956 -7.6% 22,360 24,525 -8.8% 77,610 78,342 -0.9% 29,103 26,463 10.0% 30,510 30,725 -0.7% 115,038 99,877 15.2%

This table shows new retail light vehicle (car and light truck) registrations in the twelve-county New York metro area. Figures exclude fleet transactions. * April 2016 figures were estimated by Auto Outlook.

Light Trucks

Detroit Three

13,484 13,391 0.7% 14,043 14,504 -3.2% 55,547 48,545 14.4% 7,873 8,221 -4.2% 8,797 9,780 -10.1% 29,951 29,190 2.6% 24,922 23,476 6.2% 26,571 27,384 -3.0% 95,000 89,128 6.6% 3,108 3,331 -6.7% 3,459 3,582 -3.4% 12,150 11,356 7.0%

European Japanese

Korean

Data Source: IHS Automotive

NOTE: Themetro area new vehiclemarket is off to a great start in 2016. Despite some concerns that the market might be poised to cool off, reported registrations have remained red-hot. It’s unlikely that the market will maintain this pace for the remainder of the year, however the annual outlook has improved since the last release. Auto Outlook now believes there’s a good chance that metro area registrations for all of 2016 could exceed 610,000 units (see page 2).

1. Metro area new vehicle market increased an estimated 2% in April of 2016 versus a year earlier. 2. Metro area market was up 8.1% during the first four months of this year, stronger than the 3% improvement in the nation. 3. Light truck market share reached 59.7% thru April of this year, up 3.6 points versus a year earlier. 4. Ram , Chevrolet , Kia , Jeep , Mazda , and Nissan registratio ns were up by more than 10% so far this year. 5. Metro area used vehicle market increased 6% during the first three months of this year.

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The Greater NewYork Automobile Dealers Association (GNYADA) represents more than 400 franchised new car dealerships in downstate New York with combined annual sales totaling over $33 billion. GNYADAmembers are responsible for more than 65,000 jobs in the area and collect over $1.8 billion in state and local taxes annually.

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