Ford Motor Co.’s lineup of cross/utility vehicles helped bolster the bottom line in June as the auto maker posts its first retail sales gain since October 2006. Although the uptick was only 100 units, George Pipas, Ford’s top sales analyst, says it’s reason for encouragement. “The important point is that in the last couple of months, after experiencing sharp declines in retail sales in the first four months of the year, May and June held up well against year-ago comparisons,” Pipas tells ...

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