U.S. light-vehicle sales will remain tepid in September, as the seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) is forecast to stay even with year-ago following six straight declines. The SAAR is forecast at 16.5 million units for the month, up from August’s 16.0 million – a 10-month low – and identical to like-2005. The SAAR has not increased from the same year-ago month since February. Related document: Ward's U.S. Light Vehicle Sales & Inventory Forecast Incentives, which don’t appear ...
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