(NBC News) – The big auto makers have reason to be jolly this holiday season.
November sales figures released Tuesday show a huge improvement over last year. Chrysler leads the way, posting a 20 percent jump from last November.
General Motors followed, with sales climbing 6.5 percent. It’s a trend that’s beating expectations, but is not a complete surprise.
“2014 has been a strong year. It’s going to be the strongest since pre-recession by a pretty significant margin,” says Edmonds.com Senior Analyst Jessica Caldwell.
The major reasons for the November gains are a stronger economy, heavy discounting and falling fuel prices.
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