Steady Car Sales In October Set A Festive Tone For Upcoming Holiday Shopping Season, Says, the premier destination for car shopping, forecasts that 1,281,548 new cars and trucks will be sold in the U.S. in October for an estimated Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate (SAAR) of 16.3 million.crowdUNIQUE complete card - 2014 - small The projected sales will be a 3.1 percent increase from September 2014, and a 6.4 percent increase from October 2013.

“Car and truck sales have settled into a groove,” says Senior Analyst Jessica Caldwell. “Dealers are welcoming a consistent flow of shoppers into their showrooms, and the pace will likely remain steady through the end of the year. With declining gas prices and strong truck and SUV sales, the industry is poised for a very busy holiday season.”

*NOTE: October 2014 had 27 selling days, October 2013 had 27 and September 2014 had 24. estimates that retail SAAR will come in at 13.6 million vehicles in October, with fleet transactions accounting for 16.5 percent of total sales. An estimated 2.96 million used cars will be sold in October, for a SAAR of 35.6 million (compared to 2.95 million – or a SAAR of 36.3 million – used car sales in September). encourages shoppers in the market right now for a new car to check out’s Deals of the Month page, where they can find some of the strongest available deals, including zero-percent financing for up to 60 months on a 2014 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen or $3,500 cash on a 2014 Nissan Leaf.

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