U.S. sales are expected to remain healthy in January after spiking to an 18.3 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) in December. Ward's is forecasting January’s SAAR to drop to a still-solid 16.4 million rate, with sales volume finishing nearly even with year-ago results (see related data: Ward's Forecast - Jan. U.S. Lt. Vehicle Sales). Incentives at the Big Three largely are the same as December’s. They are not expected to be scaled back to the degree they were in September, ...
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