DETROIT – January U.S. light-vehicle sales declined on both a seasonally adjusted and volume basis from year-ago for the first time since September. And though month-ending winter storms in the Midwest likely curtailed some demand, earlier unseasonably warm weather throughout much of the country probably added some volume – meaning a portion of January’s sales may have been drawn ahead from February. Sales posted a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 15.78 million, below both ...
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