U.S. light-vehicle sales totaled less than 1.2 million units in June, pushing the seasonally adjusted annual rate to just 13.6 million – the lowest since August 1993. As bad as it was, the market did outperform expectations, exceeding the below-13 million SAAR Ward’s had forecast at the beginning of the month. Related document: <i>Ward’s</i> U.S. Light Vehicle Sales by Brand and Group General Motors Corp. sales, down just 8% from year-ago to 10,934 units daily, likely ...

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