March U.S. light-vehicle sales finished below expectations, with cars again where most of the weakness exists, as year-over-year volumes have declined for three straight months. There also are signs of softening in truck demand as well, with growth consolidating more into midsize, or 2-row, CUVs across the price spectrum. Three-row CUVs and minivans continued to slide, while Small Pickups declined for the first time since August 2014. Also, after being the fastest-growing segment in 2016, ...

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