In a relatively good month for U.S. light-vehicle sales, Ford Motor Co. was October’s surprise. The auto maker, which has suffered three-straight months of declining market share, was the only one among the country’s top-six vehicle sellers to see a share gain, grabbing 15.5% of October sales vs. September’s record-low 14.1%. October results also marked the first time since June Ford has passed 15%. While the share gain pales somewhat compared with year-ago’s 17.4% share of ...

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