/

Browse sales forecast articles

Garmin forecasts sales of its navigation devices will fall by 20 percent in 2013


Garmin said it expects to sell fewer GPS navigation devices in 2013, with the company also forecasting full-year results below analysts' estimates. The announcement sent its shares down 12 percent to their lowest in more than a year. Garmin makes hand-held and car-mounted navigation devices that account for about half of its sales, but the company's revenue from its struggling automotive ...
Read more

related more
spacer
spacer

More sales forecast articles

Report: India’s new car market expected to shrink for the first time since 2003
New car sales in India are expected to fall for the first time in a decade due to a sharp economic slowdown, high loan rates and rising fuel prices, according ...
Analysts: Car sales expected to be flat in Russia in 2013
New car sales in Russia have slowed and are expected to remain at similar levels in 2013 after record volumes last year. According to industry figures cited by Reuters, buyers are ...
Report: U.S. auto sales growth to outpace global growth in 2013
The United States will increase its share of world auto sales this year even as its economy cools, analysts and executives predict ahead of the Detroit Auto Show. According to most ...
BMW Group expects record sales in 2012, CFO says
BMW's chief financial officer confirmed that the automaker will break its 2011 sales record by delivering about 1.8 million new cars worldwide. The BMW Group delivered 1.66 million vehicles globally through ...
2012 U.S. auto sales expected to be strongest in five years
U.S. auto sales are expected to rise 9 percent in December, making 2012 the best year for the industry since 2007. New car sales were favoured by easier access to credit, ...
J.D. Power forecasts U.S. auto sales will rise 14 percent in December
New car sales in the U.S. are expected to increase by up to 14 percent in December, according to forecasts from J.D. Power and Associates and LMC Automotive. According to the ...
Germany new car sales to shrink 3 percent in 2013, VDA forecasts
New car sales in Germany could fall to the second-lowest level in more than two decades next year, according to industry association Verband der Automobilindustrie (VDA). At a press conference in ...
Subaru expects 6 percent growth in the U.S. next year
Fuji Heavy Industries, the maker of Subaru automobiles, forecasts at least 6 percent growth in U.S. sales for Subaru in 2013. The CEO of Subaru of America, Takeshi Tachimori, said the ...
GM expects car sales in Europe to drop by 4-5 percent in 2013
General Motors forecasts industrywide auto sales in Europe will fall 4 percent to 5 percent in 2013 compared to this year, when sales are expected to be the weakest in ...

latest automotive news
US: study points out that car “voice recognition” is a hassle
A new research coming from the J.D. Power experts has found that a communications “breakdown” is the main problem for ...
Juncadella in running for Force India seat
Sep.2 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Dani Juncadella has leapt into contention to make his formula one debut in 2015. The 23-year-old, Mercedes-linked Spaniard ...
Lotterer could return for Caterham at Monza
Sep.2 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Mere days before the Italian grand prix, the identity of Caterham's second race driver is still unclear. Reports ...
Verstappen admits blame for Rotterdam crash
Sep.2 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Max Verstappen has admitted the blame for crashing during his first proper run in a formula one ...
Renault declares Red Bull new ‘works team’
Sep.2 (GMM/Inautonews.com) For the first time, Renault has declared Red Bull as its official 'works team'. Recently, amid a Red ...
Teams agree date for first 2015 test
Sep.2 (GMM/Inautonews.com) F1 teams have agreed the likely date for the opening winter test of 2015. Germany's Auto Motor und ...
Drivers defend controversial Parabolica gravel
Sep.2 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Charlie Whiting has defended the controversial asphalting of Monza's iconic Parabolica corner. During the recent summer break, a ...
Mattiacci says Ferrari wants Brawn back
Sep.2 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Ferrari wants Ross Brawn back, the team's new boss Marco Mattiacci has made clear. Briton Brawn stepped down ...
Trouble for Mallya in India
Sep.2 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Force India supremo Vijay Mallya has run into serious business trouble in his native India. Amid the decline ...
UBS reducing F1 sponsorship
Sep.1 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Major F1 sponsor UBS is scaling down its investment in the sport. The Swiss based global financial services ...
Corvette Museum to fill car-nabbing sinkhole
The National Corvette Museum’s board of directors in Kentucky voted to fill an entire hole that opened up in February ...
California lawmakers adjourn without helping Tesla
Californian lawmakers are set to postpone the idea of coming up with incentives to tempt Tesla Motors Inc. to build ...
Tesla vs. dealerships dispute heightens in Georgia
Tesla Motors Inc., which has previously fought U.S. dealers over direct sales of its electric cars, has to face a ...
Japan car sales hit lowest point since 2011
The auto sales in Japan have reached a three-year low last month, showing a decline in what the consumers are ...
Fiat-Chrysler to see New York stock market listing in October
CEO Sergio Marchionne said on Saturday that Fiat-Chrysler plans to list shares of the soon to be merged carmaker in ...
[Video] Land Rover learns survival skills from Bear Grylls
The well-known television star, British survivalist and Mount Everest conqueror Bear Grylls has became Land Rover’s new global brand ambassador. The ...
[Video] Jaguar prepares XE S reveal on September 8 with hot teaser
The British brand has prepared a teaser video that spearheads the online unveiling of the 2015 XE S. The full ...
Saab carmaker NEVS wins creditor protection
China’s National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), the owner of the Saab automaker since 2012, has won protection from creditors thanks ...