The monthly sales report has been revealed by car makers. Many of them made progress in August and seem to continue with upticks at all major brands. Some of the brands are still below the actual numbers as they are affected by the Japanese earthquake earlier this year.
As reported by market analyst at J.D. Power, September retails have seen many new vehicles and could check an annualized rate of 10.3 million units, which was the first time that SAAR reached this limit since April. As per fleet sales, SAAR could reach 12.9 million units.
In this year, Power predicted a total sales of 12.9 million units out of which 10.2 million is coming from retail customers. Some of the major fantasies like Ford Explorer, and Chevy Cruze are repeating their success inpast few months. Does that mean others are failing to launch or picking up late?