General Motors Corp. light-vehicle sales slipped to 420,442 in March, down 1.5% on a daily-rate basis, from 410,918 year-ago. March had one more sales day this year (27) than in 2004. Of the total deliveries, 170,905 were cars, down 8.3% from year-ago. Light trucks, at 249,537, were up 3.8% from like-2004. GM’s fullsize trucks have best March since 1978. The March performance marked a 34% rise over dismal February results, however, as new products Pontiac G6, Buick LaCrosse and ...
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