Although never a good idea to put much emphasis on one month when assessing the U.S. market, March could be a pivotal point to how sales in the rest of the year play out. More specifically, it could be an indicator of how automakers will react in 2018 to possible headwinds as the market continues a cyclical downturn in the face of a healthy economy. The main reason Wards Intelligence believes the U.S. light-vehicle market is in a downturn is that for the timebeing, excess replacement ...

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