General Motors Corp. saw its September light-vehicle sales slump to 334,223 units, down 6.9% from year-ago on a daily rate basis. GM’s car sales fell 9.8% to 137,248 units and truck deliveries slipped 4.7% to 196,975, according to Ward’s data. Through September, GM’s U.S. light-vehicle sales are down 11.3% to 3.14 million units. The auto maker blames a 26% reduction in daily rental units for the slump and takes great pains to emphasize its retail sales were strong, despite declining 3% ...
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