U.S. sales of new cars in 2015 will rise to nearly 17 million units, according a new forecast from the National Automobile Dealers Association. The groups Chief Economist Steven Szakaly stated in a November teleconference, Rising employment and wages, continued low interest rates and lower gasoline prices all signal an increase in new light vehicle sales in 2015.
The U.S. economy has come back slowly yet surely with a 3.1 percent growth expected next year that hasnt been seen in over six years, he added. Different factors will influence the 2015 market: global gross domestic product, oil prices and employment.
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