Mexico light-vehicle sales plummeted to its lowest level in three years. In April, Mexican dealers delivered 97,974 units in 25 selling days, compared with like-2018’s 109,030 in 24 selling days. The plunge in April LV volume was caused by a 21.1% decline in car sales, with an average daily selling rate of 2,218 equal to 55,444 units for the month. This compares to 67,430 year-ago, or 2,810 daily. Nissan (-22.0%) accounted for a sizable amount of the drop, being superseded by General ...

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