Dealers desperate for more vehicles got little relief in August, as the inventory days’ supply count held steady at 52 by month’s end. The Aug. 31 tally, well below the 60-day supply long considered the industry norm, remained flat despite the slight uptick in volume to 2,078,184 vehicles from July 31’s 7-month low of 2,005,867. Related document: U.S. Light Vehicle Inventory – August 2010 While month-end August inventory was 676,000 units above the “Cash-for-Clunkers”-depleted ...
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