November light-vehicle sales in Mexico reached 133,684 units, or an average of 5,347 on each of 25 selling days, 5.4% below last year’s 141,295. The loss in November LV volume was caused by 10.2% decline in car sales with 80,534 compared to like-2017’s 89,708. General Motors stayed in first with a 3.4% jump to 19,966 deliveries. Nissan remained in second despite a 19.6% decline and Volkswagen in third with a 14.9% drop. Mitsubishi saw the greatest percentage gains last month ...

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