Translate After an abysmal January, in which light-vehicle sales hit their lowest level in 11 years, the U.S. market should enjoy a rebound this month, a Ward’s forecast indicates. The industry typically benefits from a January-to-February surge, and this year’s 16.5% bump to 48,410 vehicles on each of 25 days is about on par with historical trends. However, that rate pales next to year-ago results, when car and light-truck deliveries averaged 52,131 units over the 24-day selling ...
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