General Motors Corp.’s May sales slid 16.0% from year-ago, to 338,641 light vehicles. Sales of cars fell 19.2% to 129,556 units, while light-truck deliveries dropped 13.8% to 209,085 units, according to Ward’s data. Only GM’s Hummer posted year-over-year increases in the month, up 53.4%. Buick suffered the biggest drop, falling 25.2% from May 2005, while Saab followed closely with a 24.2% decrease, or 3,030 units. Despite higher-than-average gas prices across much of the U.S., many ...
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