Dealer Trade Network monitors all new vehicle movement in the United States, including all new car dealer-to-dealer trade activity.
In this New Vehicle Weekly Trade Activity report, we take our data set and hone in on the most popular vehicles traded, down to the trim level, over the past week among America’s Top 25 Largest Auto Groups.
Ford units were traded the most this week, making up 29% of all new vehicle, dealer-to-dealer trades across the country.
This week, the state of Texas moved the most units out of state, among new car dealers, while the state of Florida brought the most units into their state from other states.
Most Traded Make
2022 Ford F-250 Super Duty – XL
The Ford F-250 Super Duty, XL trim level was the most traded unit this week. We’re showing that there is a 30 days supply of Ford F-250 Super Duties, nationally, and 1,448 units on the ground at this trim level. This is down -11% from last month.
18% of these units are in California.
2022 Honda Odyssey – Touring
The Honda Odyssey, Touring trim level was the second most traded unit this week. We’re showing that there is a 36 days supply of Honda Odysseys, nationally, and 1,394 units on the ground at this trim level. This is up +471% from last month.
11% of these units are in Texas.
2022 Jeep Compass – Latitude
The Jeep Compass, Latitude trim level was the third most traded unit this week. We’re showing that there is a 40 days supply of Jeep Compasses, nationally, and 4,657 units on the ground at this trim level. This is down -47% from last month.
15% of these units are in Pennsylvania.
Our Trade Activity
Dealer Trade Network helps new car dealerships trade new units across the contiguous United States. The summary below breaks down our new car trade activity over the past seven days and year to date.
Past 7 Days
We helped new car dealers trade 140 units over the past seven days, up 40% from previous week.
Year to Date
We’ve been able to help new car dealers trade 838 units, since January 1, 2022.