U.S. light-vehicle sales should hold relatively steady in July, with incentives continuing at the same high levels as June and dealers looking to move the increased inventory resulting from manufacturers’ third-quarter production schedules. Ward's expects sales to post a 16.5 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR), a slight improvement on June’s 16.4 million and better than the 16.1 million paced by the industry during the year’s first half. (See related data: Ward's ...
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