(Bloomberg) -- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV said March U.S. vehicle sales rose 1.7 percent, extending its streak of monthly gains to five years amid an expanding U.S. auto industry.
Fiat Chrysler’s U.S. unit delivered 197,261 vehicles last month, matching the average analyst prediction for FCA US LLC, the former Chrysler Group. Nissan Motor Co. sales slipped 2.7 percent, less than the 5.2 percent decline analysts had projected. The rest of the auto industry is scheduled to repo...
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