U.S. light vehicle sales increased for the 13th consecutive month over the same year-ago period in September, capping off the best model year ever as the industry heads for its greatest calendar year results in history. September sales totaled 1.398 million units for a daily selling rate (DSR) of 55,918, 9.4% above like-1998's 51,115 (25 selling days both periods). The seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) worked out to 17.04 million, the third consecutive month the SAAR topped the 17 ...
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