U.S. auto makers delivered 1,140,165 light vehicles in December, a 15.2% improvement in the daily sales rate over year-ago (28 days vs. 27 in 2009). The results lifted the seasonally adjusted annual rate to a 16-month high of 12.5 million units, making December the third month in a row to top 12 million. The final month’s deliveries brought the 2010 sales total to 11,554,576 LVs, an 11.1% increase over the prior year’s tally but still the second-worst year since 1982. The increase, ...
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