General Motors Corp. sales plunge 51.1% in February, lending fear the market may not have reached bottom and raising questions about the auto maker’s viability. GM delivered 126,198 vehicles in February, compared with 268,830 year-ago, according to Ward’s data. The industry had 24 selling days last month, compared with 25 year-ago. Similar to other major auto makers posting sharp decreases in February sales, few bright spots existed for GM. Only the Chevrolet Malibu midsize car and Buick ...

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