The second half of 2017 will be one of the more interesting periods in some time for the U.S. market, as the industry continues to wrestle with declining sales and rising inventory, especially of cars. Heading into the final six months, several automakers, including top dogs General Motors, Ford, Honda and Toyota, have far too many cars to sell. And even some pockets in the strong truck sector are tipping the balance the wrong way between demand and inventory, including some CUVs, Small ...

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