U.S. light-vehicle sales continued to plow ahead in October, even though they were somewhat impeded by the temporary government shutdown. October posted a 15.2 million-unit seasonally adjusted annual rate and recorded the 38th consecutive year-over-year volume increase based on daily selling rates. The SAAR was the lowest since the same total in April, but well above year-ago’s 14.3 million. The SAAR for the first 10 months of 2013 is 15.4 million, up from year-ago’s 14.3 ...

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