The November month-end light-vehicle inventory was expected to fall from the lofty October record of 3,840,054 units, highest for that month in history. But, despite a modest production shortfall and strong retail deliveries, the stockpile grew by another 4.2% to 3,999,463 units, the highest November count ever and 23% above the month’s 32-year average of 3,251,379. The days’ supply barometer also remained stuck at a stubbornly high 73 days’, the same as the prior month ...

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