President Trump's proposed tax cuts may not generate enough cash in pocket to spur many new-car purchases, but increased consumer spending could lead to job creation that does result in people buying more new cars. Edmunds' chief economist explains how.
Flat to declining new-car sales raise the question of whether these sales have reached their peak. Edmunds' chief economist explores whether President Trump's proposed policies to stimulate economic growth could also boost new-car sales.
President Trump's proposed infrastructure spending plan could provide just the kick start that auto sales need to grow again. Edmunds' chief economist explains how.