U.S. light-vehicle sales are starting out February weak, just as they did a year ago. However, Ward’s is forecasting a better performance for the month this year based on a strengthening economy and the amount of time left in the month for manufacturers to reverse the slide from January. With January having started the year more slowly than desired, some auto makers may be more prepared than they were a year ago to pull the trigger on at least slightly higher incentives. ...
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