Ward's Motor Vehicle Facts & Figures

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Ward's Motor Vehicle Facts & Figures
Get a Broad Range of U.S. Auto Industry Data in One Book! Let Ward’s add to your reference library with a valuable volume spanning a wide breadth of automotive industry data!

Ward’s Motor Vehicle Facts & Figures empowers you to quickly locate the information you need. . . covering everything from vehicle production to U.S. exports and imports to fuel consumption.

Contents
  • Production/Factory Sales
  • Retail Sales
  • Registrations
  • Automotive Trade
  • Materials
  • Transportation Expenditures
  • Travel Trends
  • Automotive Businesses
  • Environment/Regulations
  • Traffic Fatalities

All of this data -- and much more, including international information and detailed equipment installation rates -- also appears in our widely-used reference tool, Ward's Automotive Yearbook. If you need a full year of sales, production and registration data-- as well as automaker profiles, vehicle specs, and more CLICK HERE.

2013 Facts & Figures: $75 (Airmail overseas, add $10)

2012 Facts & Figures: $72 (Airmail overseas, add $10)

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