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Incentive spending is projected to reach $4,159 (up 6% or $246), the highest level ever for the third quarter and just $28 short of the all-time quarter high set in Q4 2017.

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FCA to Pay $40M Fine for Inflated Sales Reports

The SEC announced the close of an investigation into FCA and its parent company, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V., which were accused of misleading investors about the number of new vehicles sold to U.S. customers each month.

Used Vehicle Sales Fall 3% in June

The used industry's seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) was 39.8 million during June, down from the 41.1 million SAAR from the same time last year, according to Cox Automotive estimates.

Australian Commercial Vehicle Sales Up in May

Sales of commercial vehicles, and heavy-commercial vehicles, in Australia were up in May compared to the previous month, though the percentages are down when compared to the same time last year.

Depreciation Costs Decline, Now 32.9% of TCO

Vehicle depreciation accounted for 32.9% of the total cost of ownership over the past 12 months, which continues a three-year trend of declining depreciation costs, according to a new study from Motus.

New Vehicle Sales to Fall 7% in March: Cox

Following a lower-than-expected February, Cox Automotive is forecasting March U.S. auto sales volume to hit 1.547 million, an increase from last month, but a nearly 7% decline from March 2018.

ALG Projects 17M New Vehicles Sold in 2019

Vehicle manufacturers will sell 17 million new vehicles in 2019, which would represent only a 1.3% decline from a year that recorded a third consecutive year of more than 17 million new vehicles sold, according to Oliver Strauss, chief economist for TrueCar’s ALG.