Ward's Automotive Yearbook

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Ward's Automotive Yearbook
Puts the entire automotive year in review and at your fingertips! Data now available on CD-ROM!
Vital Industry Data
  • Current and future engine technology
  • Powertrain and chassis systems
  • Materials and manufacturing for engines and other components
  • Emissions and alternative fuels
  • Electric and hybrid vehicles
  • Electronics systems

Analysis That Helps You Plan
  • Auto company profiles, including key financial data
  • North American and World assembly plant sourcing
  • Trends and developments in materials, electronics, manufacturing, engines and drivetrains
  • Global industry coverage

Easy To Use Format
  • The Yearbook is user-friendly, designed to give you what you need quickly and easily with indexed sections for convenient research. Detailed charts, graphs and tables let you assess data at a glance.

Subscribers to Ward's Automotive Reports receive this valuable resource FREE! CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS.

2013 Yearbook: $610 (avail. June 2012)

2013 Yearbook and CD-ROM set: $940 

2012 Yearbook: $590

2012 Yearbook and CD-ROM set: $925

(Airmail overseas, add $30.00)

Download the brochure and order form and order this valuable resource today!

Subject to sales tax in AL, AK, CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MI, MN, MO, MS, NE, NJ, NY, OH, PA, SC, TN, TX, VA, WA, WI and Canada.

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