After taking back the top spot in U.S. market share in 2012, Asian automakers may lose their standing this year. While Asian OEMs trumped the North Americans in 2012, they trail the group that consists of General Motors, Ford, Chrysler and Tesla through September, WardsAuto data shows. Asian manufacturers accounted for 45.6% of all U.S. light-vehicle deliveries in the year’s first nine months, down from 46.0% in like-2012. North American automakers held a 45.4% slice of U.S. LV ...

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