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March vehicle sales should reach a seasonally adjusted 14.5M, up from 13.1M Y/Y and the highest...

March vehicle sales should reach a seasonally adjusted 14.5M, up from 13.1M Y/Y and the highest since 2007, according to new projections from TrueCar.com. Companies also decreased incentives on a Y/Y and M/M basis, meaning automakers sold more cars closer to full price. Chrysler, Ford (F) and GM are expected to post 31.2%, 1.4% and 20.9% growth respectively.
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  • Jason Tillberg
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    They can charge whatever they want when 41.5% of new car loans are provided to subprime borrowers.

     

    http://bit.ly/HhbFiZ
    27 Mar 2012, 02:19 PM Reply Like
  • Terry330
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    Which President was the one responsible for the US auto turnaround?
    27 Mar 2012, 02:22 PM Reply Like
  • JayXu
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    only 1.4 %?? Other have more 20%! That is a big difference! Not good
    27 Mar 2012, 02:57 PM Reply Like
  • nafar
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    Let's appreciate more cars have been sold closed to sales price. More quantitative sales with better margins would create boom for GM and big growth companies.
    27 Mar 2012, 05:18 PM Reply Like
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