NOTE: This story updated Nov. 2 to reflect release of Ford sales data. U.S. light-vehicle sales surged ahead in October, rising to the highest seasonally adjusted annual rate so far this year. The downside to October’s results is the SAAR declined year-over-year for the third straight month, further indication the unprecedented growth recorded since mid-2009 is over. October’s 17.9 million-unit SAAR topped the 17.8 million attained in both January and July, although it was ...


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