U.S. sales fell in September from the torrid 18 million-plus seasonally adjusted annual rates (SAARs) of July and August, but it was not an indication the industry is about to embark on a steep downward slope. September’s SAAR of 16.3 million light vehicles was a solid result, considering the spike of the previous two months and the short supply of vehicles for industry leader, General Motors Corp. (see related data: Ward's U.S. Light Vehicle Sales by Brand and Group). GM had ...
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