General Motors Corp. was unable to maintain sales momentum in February, as total light-vehicle deliveries fell 16.4% from year-ago, reversing January’s double-digit gain. GM’s slide, well beyond the 8% dip the auto maker is projecting industry-wide for the month, primarily results from a 22.5% decline in light-truck sales. The auto maker delivered 268,830 light vehicles, down from 308,541 year-ago. But executives say the comparison is a tough one, because last February was one of the ...
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