Due to Black Friday sales events and less consumer uncertainty, analysts are predicting one of the strongest new-vehicle November sales months in 10 years. According to the Detroit News, when compared to October's sales numbers — which included the 16-day U.S. government partial shutdown — November sales are expected to reach the 1.2 million vehicle mark.
Some are looking to Chrysler to lead the sales growth as November was the first full month that the all-new (and delayed) Jeep Cherokee was on sale. With just one month of sales left in 2013, it looks like year-to-date sales could reach more than 15.5 million units — up 1 million units from last year.
We'll have the exact sales numbers for all pickup trucks later today.