Although the 2,685,839 new light vehicles on U.S. dealers lots at the end of February were up more than 143,000 from January, that wasn’t enough to keep pace with the month’s increased selling rate. As a consequence, month-end days’ supply dropped to a slightly below-normal 59, about even with prior-year’s 60 but down from 67 at the end of January. The decline was not universal, as some 44 models still posted readings in excess of 100 days’ supply on Feb. ...

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