The incentives that drove the U.S. light-vehicle market to an unexpected upturn in March should continue to have a positive impact in April – at least when it comes to retail demand, a Ward’s forecast indicates. How the month plays out when it comes to fleet sales is less certain. General Motors Corp. saw a large increase in fleet demand in March vs. the prior month, resulting in an 18% jump in its month-to-month daily sales rate overall. Many analysts weren’t expecting the fleet ...

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