With January sales volume above year-ago levels, combined with estimated production for the U.S. market dropping from year-ago, inventory continued to decline. U.S. dealers entered February with stock levels 3.9% below year-ago, widening December’s gap when stocks were 3.6% under the same year-ago total. Inventory ended January at 3.85 million units, equating to an 86 days’ supply, compared with like-2017’s 84 days. Initial modeling for February indicates U.S. LV sales ...

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