December 27, 2011

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Car sales in the United States is estimated to reach 14 million units next year. This was led by the addition of labor, credit availability and the need to replace older cars.

Surveys conducted 11 independent analysts said the sales figures next year will rise 7 percent compared to today. But the growth rate of 1 million units lower than previous predictions that up
to 1.5 million units.

Despite the continuing impact into account the European crisis, a large automotive consumer unaffected. Alec Gutierrez, senior market analyst at Kelley Blue Book said even DowJones index fell 1,500 points, car sales remain consistent. "Small chance of consumer behavior will change," he said as quoted by autonews.com.

The same thing expressed LMC automotives analysts, Jeff Schuster. He said economic downturns will not greatly affect auto sales next year. Although predicted sales reached 13.8 million units, according to the European economic recession he would cut U.S. light vehicle sales of more than 300 thousand units.

Meanwhile, Paul Taylor, senior economist of the National Automobile Dealers Association said, if the stalled European sales will benefit American consumers. Why the German manufacturer will target the U.S. market to patch up their sales capacity shortage. For the same reason Asian manufacturers will also drive unit shipments to North America.

In addition to sales, analysts projected increase in light vehicle production in the United States next year, from 13 million to 13.8 million units. The increase was almost the same as the predicted increase in overall vehicle production in the United States.