U.S. light-vehicle sales ended 2013 weaker than expected, although deliveries increased from year-ago for the 40th consecutive month in December. December’s volume of 1.352 million units put the final total for the year at 15.532 million, 7.5% above 2012’s 14.442 million and the highest for any year since 16.1 million in 2007. It made the fourth straight increase from the prior year. If sales increase again in 2014, it will be only the third time in the post-World War II era that ...

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