Domestic new car sales declined to 4.41 million units in August 2008 from 5.05 million units a year ago. Monthly imports of new cars have remained more or less stable. – Datastream and Thomson Reuters Proprietary Research
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I am having a difficult time beliving that auto sales are down. I have been looking at a nissan pickup, paying cash, and not a single nissan dealer has showed any effort in selling a vehicle. They are saying that business is good. They have not seen a decrease in sales.
Am I the only one surprised to hear this?
Yuo belive soon to be unemployed car salespeople ?
tsk tsk tsk
don’t fall in love with that truck!!
buy a cheap GM humbler ( wallet) instead
article is figuratevely nice but in this downfall of ecomony do we have any analysis how much the downfall in the auto sector is as compared to fall in other sector’s of the market i thnik myself after consultation with bruno from AskaMarketTechnician helped me understanding the real fall in relative terms and that helped me to invest better.