Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Monthly Auto Sales Start To Roll In

U.S. auto sales for the month of September are rolling in, and so far, look pretty good. Below are some headlines.

Chrysler Group reports Sept sales of -4% vs. -12.13% Briefing.com consensus (50.01 +0.02) :
DETROIT, Oct 3 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler AG (DCXGn.DE: Quote, Profile, Research) on Tuesday said U.S. vehicle sales in September fell 2 percent to 188,761 compared with a year earlier.
U.S. sales of Chrysler, the U.S. unit of the German automaker, were down 4 percent last month while sales of Mercedes vehicles rose 13 percent in September, the company said.
The sales numbers are not adjusted for the extra selling day last month.


Ford Motor reports Sept sales increased 5% vs. -1.3% Briefing.com consensus (8.11 -0.02)
Ford's September U.S. Sales Increased 5 Percent as Car Sales Climbed 26 Percent and Full-Size Trucks Stabilized(PR Newswire 10/03 12:00:07)
DEARBORN, Mich., Oct. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Ford Motor Company's(NYSE: F) dealers delivered 238,848 vehicles to U.S. customers in September,up 5 percent compared with a year ago. Car sales were up 26 percent as demandfor the company's new mid-size cars (Ford Fusion, Mercury Milan, and LincolnMKZ) and the legendary Ford Mustang remained strong. Truck sales were down 5percent, but full-size pickup trucks and SUVs showed signs of stabilizing asthe Ford F-Series, Explorer, and Expedition all posted higher sales comparedwith a year ago.

10/03/2006 12:06:00 PM

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