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Automotive Fleet Fact Book Guide 2010-2011
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Automotive Fleet Fact Book Guide 2010 – 2011
U.S. Fleet Statistics by Industry Segment
As of Jan. 1, 2010 more than 12 million cars and trucks were in service in the U.S.
Census of the Commercial Fleet & ‘Non-Fleet’ Market
Of the more than 5.5 million commercial fleet and non-fleet vehicles in service in 2009, more than 2.7 million vehicles were operated by fleets with more than 15 vehicles.
U.S. New-Car & Truck Fleet Registrations
Total car and truck registration in 2009 decreased by 37 percent over 2008 figures.
Breakdown of 2009-MY by Fleet Sales
Ford and General Motors, with 25.7 percent and 30.7 percent market share respectively, represented the majority of 2009-MY.
Top 5 Fleet Vehicle Registrations for 2009-MY by Fleet Segment
The Chevrolet Impala was the top fleet car in the commercial fleet vehicle segment in 2009-MY.
Breakdown of Industry Fleets by Size / 2009 State-Operated Fleets by Size
The number of state-operated fleet vehicles increased by more than 2,800 units in 2009 over 2008 figures.
U.S. Federal Fleet Census
The reported 2009 U.S. federal fleet vehicle total increased by 6,212 vehicles over 2008 figures.
Passenger Car and Truck Fleet Registrations, Manufacturers/Fleet Segment
The Detroit 3 accounted for 60.4 percent of commercial fleet passenger car sales in 2009.
2009 Model-Year Registrations, Manufacturer/Model/Fleet Segment
Hybrid/electric cars accounted for 13.9 percent of fleet new-vehicle registrations in 2009, up from 9 percent in 2008.
Executive Vehicle Share of Commercial Fleet Market
The top five entry-level luxury cars by manufacturer represent more than 60 percent of the segment’s share of commercial fleet sales.
2009 Car and Truck Fleet Operation Costs
In 2009, average running expenses for commercial fleet cars on a cents-per-mile-basis decreased y 0.222 cents per mile compared to 2008 figures.
Fleet vehicles represented 802 percent of total auctioned vehicles in 2009 with 1.75 million vehicles needing to be remarketed.
Top 10 Fleet Management & Leasing Companies; Canadian Portfolio Size
The fleet management companies break down their portfolios by fleet size.
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