Now that 2013 is in the books, automakers are taking a look at their numbers and finding good news. It seems that GM and Toyota are both boasting 7% increases in 2013, including their missed December projects in terms of car sales. Ford is posting an 11% overall growth number from the previous year despite missing their December targets as well. Chrysler reported 9% growth over the previous year and finished with strong December numbers as well.
U.S. auto sales reached 15.6 million for the year, which is up 7.6% from 2012. So what does this mean for new car buyers who want to take advantage of their auto dealer’s euphoria? It means now might be the time to get some, bottom dollar, local car quotes from local dealerships at TrueDealerCost.com, and try to strike a deal while they are still riding the highs and commissions from 2013. Let us know how much you save on your new car, truck, or SUV by posting in the comments below. Happy vehicle shopping!