IBIZA, Spain – Despite a solid start in a tough market thus far in 2008, Audi of America Inc. is signaling it may not make this year’s sales target of 100,000 vehicles after all. In January, Audi AG predicted it would increase deliveries 7% this year in the U.S., surpassing the 100,000-unit mark for the first time. Audi sold 20,557 cars and trucks in the U.S. through March, down just 2.2% from like-2007 in an overall light-vehicle market that is off 8.1% so far this year. But despite ...
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