Mexico’s new-car sales in April saw a 1.5% uptick from year-ago to 67,045 units, while light-truck deliveries rose 6.5% to 42,076. Light vehicles totaled 109,121 with an average selling rate of 4,547 units on each of 24 selling days from year-ago’s 26-day average of 4,399. Car sales remained up for the month despite Nissan plummeting 21.7% to 12,465. General Motors stole the No.1 spot for the month, claiming a 22.4% stake in market share with a 16.1% spike in sales, totaling ...

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