The U.S. light vehicle market continued its amazing run in January, the fifth consecutive month that sales outdid year-ago based on daily selling rates (DSRs). But sales (see insert) have not just bested the previous year totals during that period. The DSRs for each of those months have ranged from nine- to at least 20-year highs, and possibly all-time records in a couple of cases. January's seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 15.6 million light vehicles may have been a significant ...
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