U.S. sales soared above all expectations in March after two months of capped results due mostly to severe weather in the eastern half of the country. After losing an estimated 100,000 units in January and February combined, and posting a 2-month seasonally adjusted annual rate of 15.2 million, sales surged to a 16.33 million SAAR in March, well above year-ago’s 15.3 million and the highest since February 2007’s 16.7 million. The first-quarter SAAR ended at 15.7 million, compared ...
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