Analysis The U.S. light-vehicle market improved 19.9% from like-2009 in April – a small feat given both General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC were on the brink of bankruptcy a year ago. But the month’s volume of 979,576 units marked a 7.9% decline from incentive-fueled March levels. Nonetheless, April deliveries equated to an 11.2 million seasonally adjusted annual rate, slightly higher than 11 million recorded year-to-date, indicating the market is trending upward. Related ...
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