April’s flat U.S. light-vehicle sales may prove to be a launching pad for an industry rebound. Ward’s is forecasting the market will resume its time-honored April to May trend, with sales volume spiking in May to 1,589,141 units, a 10.1% jump from April and a 2.9% gain on year-ago, based on daily sales rates (DSRs). Related document: <i>Ward’s</i> U.S. Light Vehicle Sales & Inventory Forecast May’s volume translates to a 61,121-unit DSR (26 days during the month), ...
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