May’s U.S. light-vehicle sales swelled to 924,000 units and brought the seasonally adjusted annual rate to within a hair of 10 million, but June deliveries more likely will fall in line with March and April, both of which saw gains at a more moderate rate. June sales historically track 2% to 6% below May sales. Ward’s is forecasting June LV sales to finish at about 857,000 units, over 25 selling days, for a daily rate of slightly more than 34,000. That’s down 3.6% from May’s DSR (26 ...

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