October Auto Sales: Battered By Sandy, But Still Strong

November 5, 2012 12:10 PM

October Auto Sales: Battered By Sandy, But Still Strong
" The fury of Superstorm Sandy–wreaking havoc on New York, leaving disaster in its path in swaths of the Northeastern U.S., and spreading foul weather as far as the upper Midwest–left many Americans shaken, and holding onto loved ones.

Estimates on the financial impact and the aftermath simply aren’t yet in. In the far term, insurance claims will be processed and cars will need to be replaced; but in the near term, car sales have been put on hold in some places, and it’ll be a while before some East Coast dealerships are even back open for business "

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