November's U.S. light vehicle sales results redeemed October's “sub-par” showing as the seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) returned to the 17 million level. Sales volume also achieved its 15th straight increase over year-ago, based on daily selling rates (DSRs). As throughout most of the year, November's volume gains were championed by companies that make up about one-third of the market, as opposed to the traditional Big Three. November showed no abatement in the rising tide of ...
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