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A new report out today from Edmunds has found that BMW, Audi, and Porsche sales fell this year, while Lexus and BMW sold significantly more.
The news comes on the heels of a report last month from Edmund that the average car sold in the United States last year dropped about 8 percent from 2015.
The report doesn’t go into detail about the reasons for the decline, but it notes that automakers are focused on new models and technology.
The new report notes that the “economy and environment” have driven the decline in the market, and the auto industry is also seeing an increase in new vehicle production.
While the report doesn�t have any numbers on the impact of that on the industry, the report does say that “the industry will need to be vigilant to continue to address the impact from the current global economic climate.”
The report also found that while the number of cars sold increased by roughly 20 million units, the number sold by buyers dropped by about 1.2 million.
The number of vehicles sold by consumers also fell by about 13 million, and by about 5 million, the total number of miles driven by the consumer declined by about 0.7 million.
Of course, we�re not looking at the entire industry at this point.
In the past, carmakers have reported that the impact on their margins from new vehicles is much lower than what the industry was seeing in 2016.
The industry has seen an increase of around 3 percent over the past year, with the exception of a few months in the early part of this year.
That growth has helped the industry keep up with demand, but also led to some concerns that new vehicles may be too expensive.
Despite that, it seems the industry is now getting closer to achieving the goal of selling more cars, and that will be important to the future of the industry.
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