April U.S. Light-Vehicle Sales Continue Resurgence From 2014’s Slow Start April U.S. light-vehicle sales returned to trend with a 16.0 million-unit seasonally adjusted annual rate, after surging in March to 16.3 million following a slow start early in the year. It was the first time in the post-recession era U.S. LV sales reached the 16 million SAAR level in successive months, as solid economic fundamentals, pent-up demand, well-stocked dealers and some increased incentive activity all ...

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