Consumers in Mexico drove an average of 4,428 new light vehicles off showroom floors on each of 27 selling days in June, down from the 4,896-a-day pace seen a year-ago, when there were 26 days. Sales totaled 119,547, down 9.6% from 2017’s 127,297. Car sales remained down after May’s 14.5% fall, dropping 15.7% last month to 71,614. GM (-1.3%) held onto first place for the third month in a row, while Nissan (-37.4%) sales continued to fall. Third-place Volkswagen plummeted 29.0% ...

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