New Tahoe should re-energize flagging big-SUV sales.
This could be the last peak year in the history of the U.S. automotive industry for traditional body-on-frame large trucks, based on WardsAuto’s sales outlook. Furthermore, BOF vehicles in the Large and Large Luxury truck segments will be integral in the final nine months of the year for entire-2014 to reach the 16.2-million U.S. light-vehicle sales forecast by WardsAuto. U.S. LV sales, after increasing from the year-ago period only 1.3% in the first quarter, have to run 5.2% above ...
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