Small and midsize trucks pushed June U.S. light-vehicle sales to their second straight 17 million-plus seasonally adjusted annual rate, as cars tanked to long-time low market share and large trucks showed some weakness. June’s 17.1 million-unit SAAR was slightly below expectations, and the month’s daily selling rate of 58,825 over 25 selling days was 0.2% below year-ago’s 58,959 – 24 selling days – the first decline since February 2014. However, May-June ...


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