Coming off estimated record third-quarter results, U.S. auto makers should see light-vehicle sales reach a 16.6 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) in the fourth quarter, according to a Ward’s forecast. The SAAR marks a 3-year low for the period, but considering the unusual circumstances in which the industry finds itself, the results actually could be viewed as relatively strong. (See related data: Ward's Fourth Quarter 2005 Light Vehicle Sales by Company) The forecast ...

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