With the absence of any major new incentive plans and the U.S. economy still mired in a prolonged downturn, April’s daily sales rate will fall below March’s volume of nearly 52,000 units and mark the lowest for the month in more than 10 years, a Ward’s forecast reveals. Historically, sales rates vary little from March to April, and this year should prove no different. Unfortunately, with March’s DSR down more than 5% vs. year-ago, even a slight dip to 51,250 units would represent a decline ...
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