DETROIT — U.S. auto sales are expected to set a record in the first six months of this year.
Sales through June were expected to be up 2
After six straight years of growth — and record sales of 17.5 million last year— U.S. sales are beginning to plateau. But low gas prices, low interest rates and other factors should keep them at a very high level.
June sales rebounded after a disappointing May. Sales were expected to rise 5.4
Nissan's sales jumped 13
Other automakers report sales later Friday.