U.S. dealers’ stock at the end of February was higher than prior-month, even though a sales spike trimmed days’ supply to 60, the low end of normal range. Despite a February production shortfall, dealers counted 2,464,132 units on their lots on Feb. 28, about 32,000 more than they stocked in January and 289,800 more than year-ago. Related document: U.S. Light Vehicle Inventory – February 2011 However, the days’ supply barometer was sharply lower than the 71 days’ posted Jan. 31, and ...
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