2013 auto sales will be strong, firm predicts
DETROIT – An auto industry research firm says an improving economy and a host of new models should push U.S. auto sales above 15 million this year.
The Polk research firm says auto sales should continue to lead the country's economic recovery. Polk predicts 15.3 million new vehicle registrations this year, up nearly 7 percent from 2012.
Automakers release December and full-year sales for 2012 on Thursday. Analysts predict sales of around 14.5 million, the strongest year since 2007.
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