Ford Motor Co. monthly light vehicle sales increased 1.3% in November from year-prior on a daily-rated basis, thanks in part to strong out-of-the-box sales of its newly revamped F-150 fullsize pickup. Ford cuts Taurus fleet sales. The gain came despite of what Ford calls an intentional drop in car sales, a result of a planned decrease in Ford Taurus and Mercury Sable deliveries. Overall retail sales held steady over year-prior, Ford says, while total fleet sales declined ...

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