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News & Updates

News Release: January New Vehicle Registrations
February 03, 2023

News Release: January New Vehicle Registrations

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Cleveland, OH – New vehicle sales in January of 2023 fell slightly, recording a 2.9 percent decrease in new vehicle sales compared to last January, according to figures released today by the Greater Cleveland Automobile Dealers’ Association (GCADA).

Dealers sold 16,150 new vehicles last month compared to 16,633 new cars, trucks and SUVs in the same month of 2022. Used vehicle sales in the 21-county region of Northern Ohio totaled 17,708 in January 2023, an increase of 8.78 percent over the same month a year prior.

“We are seeing a shift to used vehicle purchases while the new vehicle inventories continue to improve,” says Louis A. Vitantonio, president of the GCADA. “With interest rates remaining high, consumers are looking for purchase value to offset those increases, as well as higher gas prices. We anticipate increased growth in new vehicle sales as incentives slowly return especially on remaining 2022 models in stock.”

Sales numbers typically scale up after the Cleveland Auto Show as well, which set to open at the end of this month. Returning to the I-X Center, running February 24 through March 5, the automotive selling season in Northern Ohio is poised to spring forward in March.

Chevrolet was Northern Ohio’s best-selling brand for the first month of the year, selling 2,382 new vehicles. Ford came in second with 2,061 new vehicles in January. Kia came in third with 1,409 new vehicles sold in the month, ahead of Honda’s 1,328 and Toyota’s 1,039 sales.

New-car and truck sales in Northern Ohio
January ‘23 / January ‘22 & YTD

 

January ‘23

January ‘22

YTD
January ‘23

YTD
January ‘22


January Chg.

YTD
January Chg.

ACURA

96

55

96

55

74.55%

74.55%

ALFA ROMEO

20

54

20

54

-62.96%

-62.96%

ASTON MARTIN

4

2

4

2

100.00%

100.00%

AUDI

107

104

107

104

2.88%

2.88%

BENTLEY

2

3

2

3

-33.33%

-33.33%

BMW

230

242

230

242

-4.96%

-4.96%

BUICK

397

163

397

163

143.56%

143.56%

CADILLAC

201

150

201

150

34.00%

34.00%

CHEVROLET

2382

1892

2382

1892

25.90%

25.90%

CHRYSLER

54

106

54

106

-49.06%

-49.06%

DODGE

98

131

98

131

-25.19%

-25.19%

FIAT

0

1

0

1

-100.00%

-100.00%

FORD

2061

2222

2061

2222

-7.25%

-7.25%

FREIGHTLINER

75

177

75

177

-57.63%

-57.63%

GENESIS

56

49

56

49

14.29%

14.29%

GMC

644

684

644

684

-5.85%

-5.85%

HINO

0

0

0

0

0.00%

0.00%

HONDA

1328

1090

1328

1090

21.83%

21.83%

HYUNDAI

1009

877

1009

877

15.05%

15.05%

INFINITI

27

55

27

55

-50.91%

-50.91%

INTERNATIONAL

47

23

47

23

104.35%

104.35%

ISUZU

25

34

25

34

-26.47%

-26.47%

JAGUAR

5

6

5

6

-16.67%

-16.67%

JEEP

785

1429

785

1429

-45.07%

-45.07%

KENWORTH

61

58

61

58

5.17%

5.17%

KIA

1409

1285

1409

1285

9.65%

9.65%

LAND ROVER

74

47

74

47

57.45%

57.45%

LEXUS

156

155

156

155

0.65%

0.65%

LINCOLN

105

130

105

130

-19.23%

-19.23%

MACK

28

4

28

4

600.00%

600.00%

MASERATI

6

6

6

6

0.00%

0.00%

MAZDA

400

339

400

339

17.99%

17.99%

MERCEDES BENZ

254

261

254

261

-2.68%

-2.68%

MINI

16

17

16

17

-5.88%

-5.88%

MISCELLANEOUS

12

10

12

10

20.00%

20.00%

MITSUBISHI

99

135

99

135

-26.67%

-26.67%

NISSAN

656

746

656

746

-12.06%

-12.06%

PETERBILT

19

65

19

65

-70.77%

-70.77%

PORSCHE

70

39

70

39

79.49%

79.49%

RAM

505

912

505

912

-44.63%

-44.63%

ROLLS-ROYCE

1

0

1

0

0.00%

0.00%

SUBARU

986

897

986

897

9.92%

9.92%

TESLA

142

218

142

218

-34.86%

-34.86%

TOYOTA

1039

1226

1039

1226

-15.25%

-15.25%

VOLKSWAGEN

351

399

351

399

-12.03%

-12.03%

VOLVO

104

110

104

110

-5.45%

-5.45%

WESTERN STAR

4

25

4

25

-84.00%

-84.00%

Total Cars and Trucks

16,150

16,633

16,150

16,633

-2.90%

-2.90%

Retail sales figures are based on vehicle registration reports from the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Vehicle sales data includes all dealers in these 21 counties: Ashland, Ashtabula, Carroll, Columbiana, Coshocton, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Holmes, Huron, Lake, Lorain, Mahoning, Medina, Portage, Richland, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Tuscarawas and Wayne.

About the GCADA

The Greater Cleveland Automobile Dealers' Association (GCADA) has served the retail automobile industry and community with integrity and distinction since 1915. Today, located in Broadview Heights, GCADA represents over 280 franchised motor vehicle dealers, which include new-car, truck, motorcycle and RV dealers in 32 Ohio counties along the Lake Erie shore and beyond. More information on the GCADA can be found at www.gcada.org.

About the Cleveland Auto Show

The Cleveland Auto Show features concept, pre?production and production vehicles from the world’s auto manufacturers. The Show also features an array of entertainment including sports and celebrity appearances throughout the ten?day run. The Cleveland Auto Show is a consumer show and a favorite family tradition since 1903. Find us online at clevelandautoshow.com.

MEDIA CONTACT:
Sara Panza, 440-746-1500

 

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