U.S. light-vehicle sales began the year by cooling off from an end-of-year surge in 2018, slightly aided by bad weather throughout much of the country in the latter part of January that likely kept some potential buyers away from dealer showrooms. January’s 16.6 million-unit seasonally adjusted annual rate was the lowest since August 2017, and well below the 17.5 million Q4-2018 totaled. A mild weakening following a strong end-of-year was in the cards for January, but the ...

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