Continued falling consumer confidence and a move by auto makers to cut back on retail incentives in November helped force a drop in U.S. monthly vehicle sales for the eighth time this year. U.S. light-vehicle sales slipped 1.7% in the month to 1,174,905 units from year-ago’s 1,194,850. The daily selling rate of 46,996 vehicles compares with 47,794 in 2006, with 25 selling days in each year. Total sales of 14,704,314 vehicles for the 11-month period trailed year-ago’s 15,078,292 units by ...
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