U.S. Car Sales May Fall Short Of Expectations

Detroit Bureau, Tuesday, January 22, 2013 8 AM
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Chrysler will add shifts - but avoid investing in new plants - as the US market continues to recover. It could be a big year for the U.S. auto industry. After an unexpectedly strong close to 2012, most analysts anticipate the market will grow by as much as another million units this year – even more if Washington lawmakers can come up with a long-term solution to the nation’s debt and taxes debate. Yet, while 15.5 million vehicles would mark the strongest sales the industry has experienced since the start of the long recession, the bad news is that this would still be well short of the more than 17 million peak the industry experienced during the middle of the last decade.

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