Daily U.S. light-vehicle sales should fall about 1.3% from June to July, but with 27 selling days in July – two more than June – they likely will rise above 1 million units, according to a Ward’s forecast. For July, Ward’s is calling for total LV deliveries of 1.04 million units on daily sales of 38,732, a 1.1% increase over like-2009. The modest year-to-year gain, compared with recent months, reflects 2009’s spike launched by the “Cash for Clunkers” program. July’s five weekends and ...
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