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U.S. Auto Sales Forecast To Climb More Than 3 Percent In May 2018 – shared by BuyTrucks.ca

U.S. Auto Sales Forecast To Climb More Than 3 Percent In May 2018 Cox Automotive forecasts new light-vehicle sales to reach 1.56 million units; seasonally adjusted annual rate at 16.6 million, down slightly from last year ATLANTA, May 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — U.S. new-vehicle sales in May 2018 are expected to increase 3.1 percent compared to May 2017, according to a forecast released today by Cox Automotive. The seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR), projected at 16.6 million for this month, is expected to fall to its lowest level since AugustRead More


March New-Vehicle Sales Expected to Rise 2.6 Percent Year-Over-Year, Pace Slows from February – shared by BuyTrucks.ca

March New-Vehicle Sales Expected to Rise 2.6 Percent Year-Over-Year, Pace Slows from February ATLANTA, March 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — New-vehicle sales are expected to rise year-over-year to 1.59 million units in March, resulting in an estimated 16.7 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR), according to a forecast released by Cox Automotive. “March is the year’s first month that traditionally delivers high volumes and this March is no exception, with sales expected to increase nearly 300,000 units over February and more than 400,000 units above January,” said Charlie Chesbrough, senior economist at CoxRead More


New-car Sales in January Expected to Rise 1 Percent Year-over-Year, Pace Slows from December – shared by BuyTrucks.ca

New-car Sales in January Expected to Rise 1 Percent Year-over-Year, Pace Slows from December ATLANTA, Jan. 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — New-vehicle sales are expected to increase 1.0 percent year-over-year to a total of 1.15 million units in January, resulting in an estimated 17.1 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR), according to Cox Automotive. “January is always a difficult month to forecast because it follows the year-end holiday sales frenzy, but our expectations are that the pace of sales will be moderate,” said Charlie Chesbrough, senior economist for Cox Automotive. “Sales shouldRead More