Light-vehicle sales expected to climb in 2011, NADA report indicates

March 2011
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The article focuses on the research brief released by the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) in 2011. The forecasted increase in worldwide car and light truck sales is highlighted. According to NADA chief economist Paul Taylor, the demand for small cars and hybrid vehicles is caused by several factors, one of them being higher gas prices. In addition, Taylor mentioned the role of very low interest rates in helping increase new-vehicle sales for 2011.


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