The third quarter for the U.S. light-vehicle market will be interesting. Will automakers continue to inch-up incentives closer to year-ago levels, thereby propping sales volume, or pare production to keep a tighter rein on inventory heading into the ’20 model year in a market that year-to-date is running at a 5-year low? Making it a tougher call is that after sales over the past two months jumped to a combined 17.4 million-unit seasonally adjusted annual rate from the 16.7 million ...

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