Carryover from October’s record-breaking pace will keep November U.S. light-vehicle sales at a healthy level. But deliveries won’t be keeping up with last month’s gangbuster pace, as 0% financing programs run their course and depleted inventory begins to take its toll. To view Ward's November U.S. Lt. Vehicle Sales Forecast, click here. In addition, the slowdown likely as daily sales begin to trail off during the last third of the month will carry into December when the real payback for ...
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