General Motors Corp. sold 307,592 vehicles in October, trailing year-ago by a mere 0.6%, according to Ward’s data, confirming fresh products are driving consumer demand in an otherwise lackluster month for the industry. October also marked the third consecutive month of market-share gains for the auto maker, rising a full percentage point since August to 25.1%. GM’s performance runs contrary to an industry that saw an overall decline of about 4.0% when adjusted for one fewer selling day ...

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