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\"Next month, you can expect our fleet volume and our fleet mix to be
down,\" said Kurt McNeil, GM\'s vice president for U.S. sales operations.
On a brand basis, Buick rose 26.8%; GMC, 14.9%; Chevrolet, 14.8%, and
Cadillac, up 11.6%.
GM\'s stock climbed $1.10, retro jordans
or 5.6%, Tuesday, to close at $20.49. Ford\'s stock rose 21 cents or
2.2% Tuesday to $9.63.
SUVs, trucks boost Ford
Ford\'s sales increased 7.1% as sales its Explorer SUV rose 40.3%, an
all-new Escape sold 28% better than a year ago. Sales of F-Series
pickups jumped 10.9% to 55,025.
Ford\'s Hughes-Cromwick expects Retro Jordan Shoes full-size pickup sales to remain strong because the housing market is starting to recover.
\"Historically, home building activity has been a good supporter of the full-size pickup segment,\" she said.
Chrysler momentum continues
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marked the 27th consecutive month its sales rose from a year earlier.
The Auburn Hills automaker\'s Chrysler brand led with a 63% surge. Sales
of the Chrysler 300 full-size sedan increased 179% and the Chrysler 200
midsize sedan increased 50.6%.
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helped by the all-new Dodge Dart compact car that began trickling into
showrooms. Also, year-to-date sales of the Fiat 500, topped 20,000 --
more than Fiat sold for the entire year in 2011.
Toyota, Honda roar back
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resumed their comeback.
Toyota (up 60.3%), Honda (up 48.8%) and, to a lesser extent, Nissan (up
28.2%) were hobbled last year by a lack of inventory caused by an
earthquake and tsunami in Japan that knocked out electrical power and
When the year began, Toyota was hoping to sell 1.9 million cars and
trucks in the U.S. Now, Carter said, \"We are pacing right at the 2