Axios/Associated Press The latest from Axios: $7.5 billion in new cars were sold in the United States in the third quarter, up 7.5 percent from a year ago.
The sales data comes from a report released Wednesday by the National Automobile Dealers Association, and it indicates that about half of the vehicles sold last quarter were sales of $50,000 or less.
The number of new vehicles sold rose for the first time in three years, with the total number of vehicles sold at 3.86 million, a jump of about 5.6 percent from the previous quarter.
New vehicles have been a staple of American auto sales for years, but the recent surge has been driven by consumers who are looking for cheaper vehicles and the fact that they are often less expensive than their counterparts in Europe and Asia.
In terms of total sales, the average price of a new vehicle was $27,817, down from $32,823 in 2016, and the average annual price of new cars was $22,200, down slightly from $25,900 last year.
More than 90 percent of new-vehicle sales in the U.S. in the quarter were for new models, with about 95 percent of that growth coming from small SUVs.
The average price for a new-car was $37,788 in the country, down 6.5% from $41,700 in the same period last year, but up from $33,800 last year and the lowest price recorded since the early 1990s.
Sales of SUVs, SUVs and pickups have been strong in the past several years, and many are getting bigger and more powerful.
SUVs were up about 15 percent last year in the number of models sold, and pickup sales have been flat or flat-lined for years.
There were more than 1.1 million new-combined sales in 2017, up from 1.0 million in 2016.
The number of combined sales has been flat since 2015, but a number of factors have contributed to the increase, including the arrival of the new Chevrolet Cruze, the introduction of the Chevrolet Bolt EV and the introduction by General Motors of the all-electric Chevrolet Bolt, which starts at $40,000.
All-new vehicles sales are up nearly 50 percent since the end of 2017, when the previous record was set in 2014.
Read more from Axias: A big year for the Toyota Prius, but there are still a lot of hurdles to clear before it hits the mainstream marketA lot of automakers have been building their next-generation vehicles in parallel with the next generation of EVs, with Tesla and Toyota already working on their new models.
But the Prius is a new type of electric vehicle that has some big hurdles to overcome before it can make the mainstream.
Toyota is making an all-new Prius with a new electric motor that’s not on the current generation of Prius vehicles, the Priza, and will be called the Priz.
The new Priz has a range of 300 miles and will cost around $35,000, making it a lot cheaper than its predecessor.
But a lot is still unknown about how the new Prius will fare when it hits stores.
A new Priza car has been spotted in China.
The image shows the car is a red color, and in the rear view mirror is a blue one, making the vehicle look more futuristic.
The car has a 4.2-liter electric motor, which is not on today’s models, and a 5.2 liter engine that was on the first generation of the Priuz.
One new Prize that has been sold in China is a white one, but we have no idea if the car will be used in China, so it is still unclear if it will be a new model.
We also don’t know how the battery will be charged, or how the hybrid powertrain will work, which makes it difficult to predict how the vehicle will perform when it goes on sale.
Some have speculated that the electric powertrain may not be as efficient as the existing Prius models, but this is just speculation.
A new Prizer will not be the only electric car to be on sale in China this year.
In 2019, Hyundai and Mitsubishi announced that they were planning to make their electric cars in China as well, but that did not happen because Hyundai and Nissan are in the process of merging, so the new cars will likely be made in China instead.
Also in 2019, Volkswagen is expected to release the all electric Beetle, a model that looks similar to the Volkswagen Golf hatchback, but is not an all electric car.
The all electric VW Beetle has been around for a while now, and has been the subject of much controversy.
Last year, Toyota said that the all new Prii SUV will have a range in excess of 250 miles