Based on November’s sales and inventory data, as well as typical month-to-month patterns, initial modeling for December indicates U.S. light-vehicle sales will post a 16.9 million-unit seasonally adjusted annual rate. However, sales could easily run higher depending on how generous retail incentives are, including how much effort is put into advertising year-end holiday deals. Overall, if sales maintain at least a 17 million-unit SAAR, inventory is well-balanced with demand, and ...

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