American Honda predicts its July sales will grow sharply over year-ago as it continues to recover from natural disasters that until recently have hampered U.S. volume. “Our days’ supply is looking really good,” John Mendel, American Honda executive vice president, tells WardsAuto in an interview. “It’s nice not to talk about capacity issues, given the events of the last couple years.” Mendel says Honda-brand deliveries should climb 16% to 18% this ...

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