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AutoNation Announces Reported Retail Sales of 25,450 New Vehicles in June 2014


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Second Quarter Reported Retail New Vehicle Unit Sales Were 81,394, Best Second Quarter Since 2006(1)

-- Reported retail new vehicle unit sales in June 2014 increased 1% versus June 2013

-- Reported retail new vehicle unit sales in second quarter 2014 increased 10% versus second quarter 2013

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL -- July 2, 2014: AutoNation, Inc. , America's largest automotive retailer, today announced that it reported to automotive manufacturers retail sales of 25,450 new vehicles in June 2014, an increase of 1% as compared to June 2013. On a same-store basis, reported retail new vehicle unit sales in June 2014 were 25,141, flat as compared to June 2013. June 2014 reported retail new vehicle unit sales for AutoNation's operating segments were as follows:

7,589 for Domestic, down 7% versus June 2013, 12,168 for Import, down 2% versus June 2013, and 5,693 for Premium Luxury, up 25% versus June 2013. Industry reporting for June 2014 includes three fewer calendar days than for June 2013, including one less weekend.

Reported retail new vehicle unit sales in the second quarter of 2014, were 81,394, an increase of 10% as compared to the second quarter of 2013. On a same-store basis, reported retail new vehicle unit sales in the second quarter of 2014 were 79,567, an increase of 7% as compared to the second quarter of 2013. Second quarter 2014 reported retail new vehicle unit sales for AutoNation's operating segments were as follows:

24,738 for Domestic, up 3% versus second quarter of 2013, 40,438 for Import, up 11% versus second quarter of 2013, and 16,218 for Premium Luxury, up 20% versus second quarter of 2013. AutoNation expects to report July 2014 retail new vehicle unit sales on Monday, August 4, 2014.

(1) As compared to prior total retail new vehicle unit sales recorded in accordance with GAAP on a continuing operations basis.