Ford Motor Co. light-vehicle sales slid 10.4% in November compared with year-ago, based on daily selling rates (25 days), a result sales analyst George Pipas calls “disappointing” and “below internal targets.” Most of the decline was due to the light-truck segment, with deliveries off 14.1% to 114,300 units, compared with year-ago. Passenger-car sales also softened, dropping 2.6% vs. year-ago to 61,852 units. Pipas says the slight decline in car sales, an area of strength for Ford in ...

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