Anyone expecting a strong uptick in the U.S. seasonally adjusted annual selling rate (SAAR) this month likely will be disappointed. Despite a stronger daily selling rate (DSR) than in January, deliveries only will equal a 15.9 million SAAR, down from last month’s 16.7 million and year-ago’s 16.6 million. Related document: <i>Ward&#8217;s</i> U.S. Light Vehicle Sales & Inventory Forecast Ward’s forecasts dealers will sell 1,200,936 cars and light trucks this month, ...

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