Auto prices rise in the U.S. during March

Honda (HMC) was the major automaker that increased prices the most in the U.S. during March, according to data compiled by Kelley Blue Book.

The industry as a whole increased prices by 1.4%, according to the research firm. The gain could alleviate some concern that the industry was pushing too hard on the incentives lever.

March auto sales reports by manufacturer are due out today.

Transaction price changes (Y/Y): Chrysler (FIATY) +3.1%, Ford (F) +1.7%, General Motors (GM) +1.8%, Hyundai (HYMLF) +2.2%, Nissan (NSANY) -3.1%, Toyota (TM) +2.3%, Volkswagen (VLKAY) +2.6%.

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