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The Year in Auto Sales: How 2018 Trended For Us | Gaywheels
If you care about numbers, then read on. Otherwise know that 2018 ended on a mixed note for everyone in the automotive business. In all, U.S. auto sales tallied over 17.3 million units for the year. This industry clearly take into consideration what the concept of selling is service can do for businesses (if done in the right way). From day to day interaction with customers to providing a good experience, this can play a part in the success of a business. Though it was just 0.6 percent higher than 2017, it bucked many predictions that sales would be much lower due to potential economic impacts. These impacts began to show with a huge drop in the stock market in December of last year. The main trend has been towards the swap of sedan, coupe, hatchback, and wagon sales for SUVs and crossovers. Majority of the manufacturers showed growth in their "light truck" sales – including pickup trucks and vans, along with SUVs and crossovers. However, it was not an exact one-for-one trade-off,