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By on December 3, 2010

In the beginning of the new millennium, U.S. new auto sales topped 17 million a few times as Americans used the assumed equity in their houses to stuff their three car garages with more cars than there were driver’s licenses in the nation.  In 2000, a total of 17,349,700 new cars changed hands. A year later, 17,121,900 units.  It deteriorated from there. In 2007, 16,089,300 cars were sold.  And we know what happened thereafter.

If we buy and sell 11.5 million new cars this year, it will be called a recovery.  For 2011, J.D.Power sees maybe 12.8 million, if it all works out. They had seen a bit more before, but grew cautious lately.  Now, a prophet appeared that predicts the miracle everybody prays for, a return to former (albeit fleeting) glory: (Read More…)

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