February light-vehicle sales in Mexico reached 103,539 units, or an average of 4,314 on each of 24 selling days, 6.4% below last year’s average of 4,610 or 110,650. The loss in February LV volume was caused by 11.6% decline in car sales, with 60,768 units delivered compared to like-2018’s 68,748. This marks the first decline in car sales in 2019. Nissan (-14.6%) returned to No.1 with 23.9% of the market, General Motors (+0.0%) reclaimed second with 19.6% market share and ...

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