Ward’s is forecasting modest U.S. September sales of 1.05 million light vehicles, which would equate to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 13.6 million units, slightly below last month’s 13.7 million SAAR. September’s forecasted daily sales rate of just under 43,800 units, for 24 selling days, represents a 16.5% drop from year-ago’s DSR when there were 25 selling days in the month. The forecasted pace also marks a 5.5% plunge compared with August. The increasingly oppressive credit ...
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