Used Cars In Cleveland Ohio – Northeast Ohio sales of new vehicles fainted in September. Dealers in 21 northern Ohio counties sold 20,526 new cars and light trucks last month, down 5.2 percent from 21,657 vehicles a year ago, according to the Greater Cleveland Automotive Dealers Association.
“Despite slowing sales in September, all factors indicate that the new vehicle market will continue to be solid for the foreseeable future,” Louis A. Vitantonio, president of the association, said in a news release. “We have a very strong year in 2017, so there will be several times when we come up against some significant monthly figures from the previous year, like we did last month. At the end of this year we estimate that we will sell 2 to 3 percent fewer vehicles than we did last year, making 2018 one of the strongest years in the record. ”
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Northeast Ohio sales since January 1 total 190,315, down 1.2 percent from 192,700 for the same period last year, according to the Cleveland organization.
Summit County’s new vehicle sales totaled 2,158 in September, down 67, or 3 percent, from 2,225 a year ago, according to the Northeast Ohio Car Dealers Association. Used vehicle sales at Summit County reached 2,996, down 80, or 2.6 percent, from 3076 a year ago, according to the dealer group based in Akron.
In the wider 21-county region, used vehicle sales totaled 15,647 last month, down 2 percent from 15,976 in September 2017.
Ford is the best-selling brand of new vehicles in the region, selling 3,231, followed by Chevrolet with 2,815 new vehicle sales. Toyota was the third best-selling brand with 1,827 vehicles, followed by Jeep with 1,704 new vehicles.
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