With July’s sales results a balancing-out of sorts from strong demand in the first half of 2018, and automakers likely looking to clear out as much ’18-model inventory as possible prior to October, the first look at August’s U.S. light-vehicle sales outlook indicates a return to a 17-plus million-unit seasonally adjusted annual rate. Incentives have slowed in recent months, but there is a good chance they will at least temporarily pick up in August, or possibly September, ...

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