Robust production added an additional 159,484 light vehicles to November’s U.S. inventory count, nudging days’ supply to a normal 61 from prior month’s 58, but it also left some brands with far too many units to sell. European and Asian auto makers benefitted from the buildup, while the Detroit Three experienced some unwanted gains in LV stock. Although still short of the 60-70 days’ ideal, Asian brands added more than 47,400 LVs to depleted dealer lots in ...

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