Ford Motor Co.’s U.S. light-vehicle sales took another stiff hit in August, but a better inventory picture is among the few positives, executives say. The auto maker delivered 152,118 cars and light trucks during the month, a 25.5% decline from year-ago on both a volume and daily-rate basis (27 selling days both periods). And Ford says the sales climate could get even tougher between now and year’s end. Most of the drop, as in recent preceding months, occurred on the truck side, as ...
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