Mexico dealers made 101,938 light-vehicle sales, or an average 3,921 on each of 26 selling days, 9.5% below last year’s 112,634 units, or 4,332 sold over the same number of selling days last year. May marked the fourth consecutive month car sales fell this year, down to 58,443 from year-ago’s 68,294. Nissan (-26.3%) continued to struggle in May after losing to General Motors for the No.1 spot and losing out to Volkswagen for second place despite both suffering a 16.3% and an ...

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