SOUTHFIELD, MI – The coming year will mark a turning point in the North American auto industry’s continuing comeback from the Great Recession of 2009, analysts at IHS Automotive say. “This will be a transition year,” IHS analyst Peter Nagle says of 2014 during a backgrounder by the forecaster here. “The market will be less driven by incentives and more by the economy.” Colorado-based IHS predicts North American light-vehicle sales will rise to 16.03 ...

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