Ford Motor Co.’s top U.S. sales analyst points to slight retail gains in certain segments as a reason for optimism amid the auto maker’s otherwise gloomy February sales results. “The good news at Ford is in the areas of (our) cars and cross/utility vehicles,” says George Pipas. “Our car results show retail sales were up 4% and CUVs (cross/utility vehicles) were up 10%.” Overall, Ford’s February deliveries plummeted 10.3% to 191,068 units vs. year-ago. The decline, based on daily-selling ...

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