Analysis U.S. light-vehicle inventories rose to 2,165,419 units in February, their highest level since May 2009. February was the second consecutive month stocks climbed past the 2 million-unit mark. After falling below 2 million for the first time in more than 30 year last June, LV inventory trailed that mark every month except November through the end of the year. Production increases and relatively low daily sales in the first two months have allowed auto makers to bolster stocks ...
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