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Low fleet activity contributed to the U.S. auto industry's light-vehicle sales decline in January.
Fiat Chrysler laid out a strategy during its make meeting to further reduce sales to daily rental fleets in a bid to boost its lineup's residual values and make leasing more affordable, dealers said.
Nissan North America and Hyundai-Kia moved into the top tier of U.S. fleet players in 2016, joining the Detroit 3 in using bulk sales to boost marketplace presence.
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