Recent data collected by CU Direct signaled that the sales and financing of newvehicles, which has been steadily growing, might soon plateau.

According to the Ontario, Calif.-based indirect lending CUSO's estimates, new vehicle sales will hit arecord 17.4 million in 2015 but will only reach 17.6 million in2016. The CUSO revealed the estimate as part of an Oct. 8, 2015webinar.

However, the CUSO also stated the growth would not be uniformacross all types of vehicles. So far this year, SUVs andlight truck sales growth has been very strong, but car sales –particularly large cars – have seen negative growth so far thisyear, CU Direct said.

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