Mexico light-vehicle sales rose 6.5% to 111,086 compared with last year’s 104,300. Sales averaged 4,443 new vehicles on each of 25 selling days in January, up from the 4,172-a-day pace seen in the same number of selling days as January 2018. Car sales last snapped an eight month decline with a 0.7% uptick totaling 67,309 from like-2018’s 66,829. Nissan supplanted General Motors for the No.1 position despite a 11.3% drop in January and a 134.6% growth spurt from GM. The Nissan ...

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