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2013 Will Be a Good Year for Car, Truck Buyers

This is an encouraging article for anyone who may be in the market to be a new or used vehicle in 2013. While it starts out talking about how the industry will increase a good amount (4 percent), but not as good as 2012 (increased about 14 percent!), I think the real important stuff that applies to everyday folk is in the middle to end of the article.

Here’s what you want to know if you think you want to buy a car in 2013 (and you should):

  • Interest rates will remain low. The economy is still recovering and so the government is doing what it can to keep interest rates low. This is excellent news for anyone taking out a loan to purchase a vehicle.
  • Credit will be more widely available. Unlike a couple years ago when even people with perfect credit couldn’t get a loan, things are starting to loosen up a little and now, it appears, most people who are qualified should be able to get a loan.
  • TONS of competition. The big brands are battling for buyers. The dealerships are battling for buyers. And the vehicles are just getting better. With the Big Three getting bailed out they have trimmed the fat and realized they need to step it up. Even brands like Honda have stepped it up and we are sincerely excited about some of the Honda vehicles coming out in the next year.
  • Think about buying a used car. Edmunds.com estimates that nearly 500,000 leases will be up, which means a big influx of used cars…which means less expensive used cars.
  • Edmunds.com also predicted more consumers needing trucks as the economy picks up and more builders and contractors need them to do their jobs.

 

“Interest rates will remain low if you’re buying car, and credit is much more widely available than years ago,” said Michelle Krebs of Edmunds.com. “There will also be a lot of competition and a ton of incentives, so consumers can do a little more bargaining in the showroom,” Krebs said.

Local dealerships are looking forward to what seems like the perfect storm for consumers.

“We are excited for people who have been wanting to buy a new or used car, but were concerned about  not being able to a loan, inventory, or that it just wasn’t the best time,” said Bobby Maynard, new car manager at Sims Honda dealership in Burlington. “There are a lot of positive things working for consumers in 2013, so if you are thinking about buy a new or used car, you should really come down and check us out.”

For you opportunity to take advantage of low interest rates, available credit, awesome new and used cars, and awesome deals, head to Sims Honda, Northwest Honda or Apple Valley Honda dealerships today!

Hurricane Sandy Will Not Affect Honda Sales Much

The United States is Honda’s biggest market and the northeast is the populated part of the U.S., so you would think the devastation of Hurricane Sandy would deeply affect their year-end sales projections. Well, you’d be wrong.

Honda still expects sales to exceed last year’s by about 25 percent, meaning about 1.46 million Hondas will be delivered. Honda sales for the month of October were about half of what they were expected to be because Hurricane Sandy hit during the busiest time of the month, but Honda expects to make up for that in November.

“November will be a pretty good month for us — I see nothing different in November and December that will change the course of where we’ve been this year,” Mendel said. Honda brand sales for the year should be “within 10,000 or 12,000 units” of 1.3 million, with the Acura luxury brand at “160,000, maybe a little bit more,” he said.

The demand for the redesigned CR-V, blockbuster 2013 Honda Accord and sports Honda Civic will keep people coming to Honda dealerships in droves.

I think this article skips over an important part of the affect Hurricane Sandy could have on the automotive industry in the Northeast. It points out that some dealerships lost inventory that will have to be replaced, so that should help a little with sales. But what about the thousands of people who lost their cars to flooding and wind damage? According to the article, “As many as 200,000 new and used vehicles may eventually be replaced in the region as a result of the storm, the National Automobile Dealers Association estimated this month.”

It is often said that natural disasters provide opportunity and I think that as people try to resume their normal lives, they will buy new cars…and of course, stop at their local Honda dealerships first. Hurricane Sandy a small negative impact on the month of October, but perhaps it will actually help their year-end sales as people replace damaged vehicles.

Auto Industry Goes Into Overdrive

 

According to this article, the auto industry ‘went from reverse to overdrive in three years.’ We all remember the days when the federal government bailed out some American auto makers and the global market took a huge hit with tough economic times.

What some of may not realize is that slowly, the auto industry seems to be making a comeback.

According to the article: “the upbeat signs are everywhere: rising sales, busy production lines, rising profits, higher stock prices, and growing buzz about new plants or shifts being added to meet market demand.”

Citing the fact that both businesses and households are heading back to the dealerships and we currently have the highest gasoline prices since April 2011, consumers are venturing out to purchase newer, more fuel efficient vehicles.

“This is great news,” said Tod McLaughlin, general manager of Apple Valley Honda dealership. “With the economy slowly recovering, we are starting to see a stronger pulse in the car business; even while some areas of the economy lag, the auto industry seem to be the first indication things may be turning around. Both January and February were stronger this year than last for Honda and we are starting to see in uptick in the local dealerships. People who waited to buy a new car the last couple years are starting to poke their heads out of the sand. And we’ll welcome them with open arms.”

What is good for the entire auto industry, especially consumer confidence, is good for Honda.

“The improvement reflects strengthening consumer confidence, the lowest unemployment rate in three years and a rebound in fleet purchases,” says Carlos Gomes, senior economist at Scotia Capital, in a recent report.

Signs of a strengthening industry, and Honda, will continue, not just with sales, but with investments in manufacturing and production. Honda has invested heavily in increasing the capacity of plants in the United States, which also helps local job growth and stability…also needed right now.

“Once the planned expansions by Japanese and European automakers are completed by 2014, we estimate that North American vehicle assembly capacity will climb to 19 million units,” says Gomes, “roughly in line with the level prevailing nearly a decade ago when the Detroit Three began to restructure and shutter some of their facilities.”

http://www.edmontonjournal.com/business/Auto+industry+goes+from+reverse+overdrive+three+years/6254535/story.html

Honda Has Record-Breaking Month for Production in US

Honda Has Record-Breaking Month for Production in US

The Honda manufacturers are burning the midnight oil in North America and the United States (actually, probably not oil since their plants are the cleanest automobile plants in the world)! In January, Honda manufactured almost 150,000 units in North America, a 33.8% increase from January 2011 and all-time high for any month. Honda plants in the United States alone manufactured more than 108,000 units, a 31.5% increase from January of 2011 and also an all-time high for any month.

These numbers have increased significance when you look at the unfortunate production numbers of Asia (down 50.3 percent from 2011!) and other countries that were severely impacted by natural disasters like flooding, earthquakes and tsunamis. That being said, I found it surprising that Japan’s production was up 42.3 percent compared to last January, overcoming incredible challenges caused by the terrible earthquake and tsunami that shook that nation last spring.

The sheer number of units being produced in the United States is a testament to how important American manufacturing jobs and capabilities are to Honda and the world wide market. Conversely, it also shows how important Honda jobs are to the American economy with the jobs they produce and the great products that Americans buy. Even with a down economy, Honda is able to step up its game and kick out quality vehicles at a fast pace in order to keep up with demand.

Despite struggling with natural disasters and other challenges the total units manufactured in January of 2012 compared to January of 2011 was up 6.9 percent. More importantly, Honda has sold 66.5 percent more units in January of 2012 compared to January of 2011! That is astounding considering the challenges the company has faced this past year.

This might be some hard number crunching, but when all is said and done…well done Honda!

To see what the world sees in Honda vehicles, head to Apple Valley Honda, Northwest Honda or Sims Honda dealership today!

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/honda-sets-all-time-monthly-records-for-automobile-production-in-north-america-and-usa-2012-02-24

Honda Shares ‘Upgraded’

At the risk of posting something that’s a little dry, take that risk for something that could be incredibly useful in your portfolio.

Honda Motor Co. (HMC) shares were upgraded to “Outperform” by Stanley Morgan analysts which makes sense considering Honda’s strong performance and the recovery of the automotive industry. Conversely, analysts at Zack’s Investment Research downgraded.

While the article does not give specifics as to why the changes were made, the downgrade seems borderline distasteful if it has anything to do with the natural disasters  last year, including major flooding in Thailand and the horrible earthquake and tsunami in Japan, that affected production and shipping. Undoubtedly, production and systems of a company are considered when it comes to grading stocks, but in Honda’s case, we think Stanley Morgan made the right choice.

What do you think?

Click the link for details on HMC shares.

 

Article: http://localizedusa.com/2012/01/23/honda-motor-co-hmc-shares-upgraded-to-outperform-by-morgan-stanley-ms-analysts/

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