There was no sign of weakening for the U.S. market in February, as light-vehicle sales notched a sixth consecutive volume increase over the same month a year ago and recorded another unbelievably high seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR). For the second time in three months, sales translated to a 17 million or better SAAR. February's 17.0 million SAAR follows a lower, but still strong, 15.6 million level in January and 17.3 million in December. The three months combined posted a 16.6 ...

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