The U.S. light-vehicle market is going to do another about face as 0% interest programs are bringing consumers back into dealer showrooms in droves so far in October, as they did at the end of September. After entering a mode of decline, and in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attack, sales have gone through the roof during the first two weeks of the month with the question being how long can it last. Ward’s is forecasting a 17.95 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) with a ...
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