Ward's is forecasting strong sales in June, even though the industry's nearly two-year record growth rate appears to be heading into a slowdown as consumers cut back on spending. Our forecast calls for a 17.04 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR), along with a 1% increase in volume over last year. However, the forecast does assume some month-end programs to help lesson dealer inventory, already in excess at the end of May. Early indications for the month are that sales will ...

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