U.S. sales of light vehicles will continue their record ways in March, based on Ward's forecast for the month. Rising gasoline prices and looming increases in interest rates don't appear to be having a significant impact on sales so far, and inventory levels and production schedules indicate none of the manufacturers perceive any letup in the hottest part of the market — sport/utility vehicles (SUVs). Ward's is forecasting a third consecutive month where sales in both volume and the ...
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