Ford Motor Co. says strong new product across the board is helping it gain share in an overall dismal U.S. market, which the auto maker believes is beginning to show some signs of recovery. Ford posted light-vehicle sales of 129,309 units in March, down 38.1% on a daily rate basis from year-ago, according to Ward’s data. This year, March had 25 selling days, one less than like-2008. The performance outpaced the industry overall, which Ford estimates was off 40%-45% for the month. The ...

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