General Motors Corp. saw its 3-month streak of sales gains wiped out in November, as the auto maker delivered 261,273 cars and light trucks, down 11.0% both on a volume and daily basis (25 sales days both periods). “We thought November would be the fourth month of increase, but it didn’t happen,” notes Mark LaNeve, vice president-vehicle sales, service and marketing. He says November has been a tough month in recent years, stuck between a stronger October, the official start of the new ...
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