For the second straight month bad weather put a damper on U.S. sales results, although February did rebound slightly from January. February’s light-vehicle sales equated to a 15.3 million seasonally adjusted annual rate, up slightly from January’s 9-month-low 15.2 million and spot-on with WardsAuto’s expectations for the month. The combined January-February losses due to weather are hard to quantify specifically, but WardsAuto estimates the volume at 75,000 units, or ...


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