Momentum from 0% financing and bigger rebate programs in July will carry into August and keep volume on the plus side, according to a Ward's forecast for the month. But waning consumer interest in incentives and a tight supply of vehicles at General Motors Corp. likely means sales won’t be able to maintain July’s hot pace. August’s seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) for light vehicles should come in at 16.9 million, down from the prior month’s 18.1 million, but above ...
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