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A glut of vehicles hitting used car lots will drive down prices as much as two percent this year.
The relentless blast of winter weather likely kept car shoppers away from dealerships in January.
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The year-end sales events may be over, but new car shoppers will still find some of the same compelling reasons to buy. Interest rates on auto loans and leases are at historic lows, monthly lease payments are more competitive, and trade-in values are strong. What's more, these factors are all likely to become less favorable to buyers in the near future.
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US Auto Industry Sales: 13 Month Comparison
Market Share by Manufacturer is the percentage of industry sales for the months indicated for each manufacturer displayed.