Mexico light-vehicle sales dropped 8.5% to 117,215 compared to last year’s 123,192. Sales averaged 4,508 new vehicles on each of 26 selling days in October, down from the 4,928-a-day pace seen in October 2017, when there were 25 days. The sixth consecutive month of losses for car sales was marked by October’s 10.8% decline, down to 69,645 from like-2017’s 75,088. General Motors climbed back to first place despite a 4.3% drop in October with Nissan in second with a 13.2% ...

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