Car companies are cutting back on the number of cars that can be purchased in the U.S., in an effort to save more money in the long run.
The biggest automakers in the country announced Tuesday that they would limit the number they can offer in 2018, instead limiting the number in 2019 and 2020 to five cars.
These reductions are part of a wider effort to limit the cost drivers face when it comes to replacing their vehicle when it fails.
The reduction in new vehicle inventory means the average price of a new car will increase by $1,800 to $27,000, according to an industry source.
The U.K. government’s Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) announced in July that it would cut spending on the nation’s roads and transport infrastructure by more than $3 billion over five years to try and reduce CO2 emissions.
But the automakers are pushing back against the cuts, and they argue that lowering the cost will be a good thing.
They’re looking at lowering the price of the new car to $25,000 or $30,000.
That’s not a lot, but they think it’s good for consumers and it’s better for the economy.
The manufacturers say it’s not necessary for the overall economy to get stronger to meet the costs of maintaining and replacing cars.
So if you think about what it would mean to a consumer, we’re going to lower the price and hopefully the economy is going to improve because we’ll be saving money in a lot of different ways.
The new car industry has been struggling to maintain its relevance.
Consumers have grown accustomed to buying more cars, which are typically more expensive.
In the U tome, Ford’s chief economist, Michael Ferro, told Business Insider that the industry was a “worrisome business” with a projected $10 trillion in annual car sales.
But there’s a lot to like about the new vehicle market, too.
There’s an emphasis on safety and reliability, which means fewer cars are going to cause crashes and more people will be able to afford to buy new cars.
That means more people who can afford to replace their vehicles and a higher percentage of consumers who can’t afford to repair their cars.
In 2018, the average new car cost $31,958, according the NHTSA, and that’s up from $28,874 in 2016.
That number dropped from 2015, when the average was $35,739, but that’s due to the decrease in the number that can purchase a new vehicle.
The new car market was one of the fastest growing in the world last year, with car sales jumping 30 percent in the first quarter.
While some car companies are taking the plunge, others are sticking to their guns.
Volkswagen, one of many automakers that is struggling to meet its 2018 deadline to cut its vehicle fleet, said it would continue to offer the luxury Audi A3 sedan in 2018 and 2019, and the brand is also planning to introduce a new SUV.
But even if a new model of car is introduced, some automakers are making a comeback, like Toyota.
Toyota said in January that it will expand its model lineup to 10 new vehicles in 2019.
It also plans to introduce an SUV.