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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jesse Toprak
A better economy and extra demand after superstorm Sandy lifted U.S. auto sales last month.
After years of sputtering, sales of big pickups kicked into overdrive last month.
Just when Detroit seemed to be luring them away, Americans are embracing Japanese cars again.
It's a make or break moment for electric car maker Tesla Motors.
U.S. auto sales are off to a strong start this year, continuing their brisk pace from late 2011.
Chrysler's U.S. sales in January jumped 44 percent over a year ago, starting off what is expected to be a strong year for auto sales.
Toyota Motor Corp. has agreed to pay the U.S. government a record $32.4 million in additional fines to settle an investigation into its handling of two recalls at the heart of its safety crisis.
Every major automaker in the U.S. topped their June sales in July except Ford and Daimler.
DETROIT (AP) — Industry analysts are predicting a lackluster end to an already dismal year for automakers, likely the worst in nearly a decade.
The major U.S. automakers are cutting jobs across the country, but auto dealerships are begging for workers.
Foreign-based brands saw the biggest sales increases because of big discounts, said Jesse Toprak, senior analyst for automotive pricing site TrueCar.com.
"Businesses don't usually go buy a fleet of trucks unless they have good reason to believe that business will be ramping up," said Jesse Toprak, vice president of market intelligence for the TrueCar.com auto pricing service