Auto Market Becomes a Hard Sell in U.S. as Chance of Record DimsBy and
Sales incentives, while at high level, aren’t drawing buyers
Industry’s annual sales rate slipped to 17 million in August
The auto market that once invigorated the U.S. economy has become a tough sell, with every major automaker missing analysts’ estimates for August in a further sign that the industry’s six-year growth run has hit the end of the road.
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