U.S. light-vehicle sales showed weakness again in February, making a strong rebound to something even close to 2018’s 17.2 million-unit annual rate more doubtful without a surge in retail inducements. After falling to a 17-month low 16.6 million-unit seasonally adjusted annual rate in January, February was expected to turn upward, but fell slightly from the prior month to a 16.5 million total. The January-February SAAR of 16.6 million units was noticeably below like-2018’s 17.0 ...

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