U.S. light-vehicle market share continues to shift between auto makers and segments even as the industry’s seasonally adjusted annual rate holds steady. The industry delivered 1,154,292 cars and light trucks in April over 27 selling days, a 13.4% increase in daily sales from a year ago (26 selling days). That was good for a 13.1 million seasonally adjusted annual rate, even with March’s tally and only slightly higher than the overall first-quarter SAAR of 13 million units. However, ...
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