Record North American production and large import shipment increases are keeping U.S. inventories of new vehicles at overall healthy levels, despite a blistering sales pace that appears headed to a best-ever year for light-vehicles. Inventories ended June at 3.36 million units, including 1.63 million cars and 1.73 million light trucks. For total light vehicles, it's the highest level for June since 1995, and the truck count — as it has been for several months — is the largest ever for the ...
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