VADA New Vehicle Registration Reports
— in Microsoft Excel format
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The reports below are provided solely for the use of Virginia’s franchised new-car & -truck dealers. This information is for reference only and no guarantee is made or implied regarding the accuracy of this information.
All figures reported are actual DMV Registrations based on locality of registration. This data is provided by the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles and reflects the date DMV processed the registration and not necessarily the date the vehicle was sold.
We recommend that users right-click on the desired report and use the “Save Target As …” feature on the drop-down menu in order to save the report to their computer. Please note that the files are in Excel format and you may have to adjust your print settings prior to printing.
Our reports are now broken down into both specific and broad categories. The Car Report and the Truck Report capture total registrations in Virginia.
Additionally, we have the Truck registrations broken down into a Light Duty Truck Report and a Heavy Duty Truck Report, and we have SUV and Van Reports. The SUV and VAN Reports include registrations that appear in both the Car and Truck Reports (some SUVs and vans are categorized as cars and some SUVs and vans are categorized as trucks).
We hope this new format is useful to you!
Statewide Historical Vehicle Registrations: January 2013 – present
(Statewide consolidated, not by locality; categorized by “Cars” and “Trucks” with additional breakdowns for “Light-duty/Heavy-duty trucks” and “SUVs/Vans”) Statewide Historical Vehicle Registrations: Through August 2015
(Statewide consolidated, not by locality; categorized by “Cars” and “Trucks”)
VADA New Vehicle Registration ReportsRegistrations By Locality
PLEASE NOTE: Reports are NOT based on calendar month, but are four- or five-week reports based on DMV data. This allows a comparison of time periods with the same number of selling days. Please pay careful attention to the dates on the reports.
For example, May is run as a 4-week month: May results typically end on the Friday prior to Memorial Day Weekend. June is run as a 5-week month and includes Memorial Day Weekend sales numbers.