US Auto-Sales Boom Isn’t Out of Gas – Wall Street Journal

The U.S. auto market’s boom times can’t last forever, but auto makers appear to have at least a little something left in the tank.

After a mixed March, U.S. light-vehicle sales are expected to have kicked back into high gear in April. In data due Tuesday, analysts at Kelley Blue Book estimate auto makers sold 1.51 million cars in April, up 4% from a year ago. That would mark the best April by volume on record, surpassing the 1.5…

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