* U.S. October sales seen up about 9 pct from year ago * Fuller dealer lots, aging cars pushing sales higher * Automakers report October sales on Tuesday By Deepa Seetharaman and Bernie Woodall DETROIT, Oct 31 (Reuters)- U.S. auto sales in October are expected to have hit the highest rate in at least eight months, helped by pent-up demand from consumers trading in aging vehicles and a wider selection of Honda and Toyota brand cars and trucks. Forty-one economists polled by Reuters ...
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