Ford Motor Co.’s light-vehicle sales fell 4.1% in February, with a 1.4% dip in car deliveries and a 5.6% decline in light trucks, according to Ward’s data. Ford sold 148,651 light trucks and 90,938 cars in the U.S. during February. George Pipas, U.S. sales analysis manager for Ford, says retail sales fell 9% for the month, while fleet sales rose 15%. Pipas says Ford remains adamant about reducing its dependence on fleet sales, but its fleet mix for February was 41%, an increase ...

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