U.S. light-vehicle sales are expected to rebound slightly in September from slowdowns in July and August, as automakers make a small push to rid dealer lots of some more ’18 models before the ’19s come into widespread availability in October. The seasonally adjusted annual rate for light-vehicle sales is projected at 17.0 million units for September, a rebound from the 16.7 million averaged over the previous two months, which followed a first-half 2018 SAAR of 17.2 million. The ...

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