After coming in higher than expected in October, U.S. light-vehicle sales are forecast by Ward’s to drop to a 16.0 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) in November, followed by a strong December. A cutback in incentives from October, and four consecutive months with sales pacing at a 17 million SAAR, should lead to the temporary slowdown that was expected last month. (See related data: Ward's Forecast - November U.S. Lt. Vehicle Sales) Volume is forecast at 1.174 million units ...
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