U.S. light-vehicle sales in the fourth quarter will fall to their lowest level for the period in several years. As major auto makers deal with large inventory adjustments, a move away from retail incentives and a sluggish economy highlighted by historically high energy prices, sales are forecast for a 16.3 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) in fourth-quarter 2006. Related document: Ward's Fourth-Quarter 2006 U.S. Light Vehicle Sales Forecast by Company The SAAR still is ...
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