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General Motors (GM) reported July U.S. sales added 7.6% to 214,915 vehicles vs. expected +7%.
Ford Motor (F) reported July U.S. sales advanced by 9% to 180,865 vehicles vs. expected +7.6%.
Honda Motor (HMC) said its July sales fell 28.4% to 80,052 vehicles.
Toyota Motor (TM) said its July sales fell 22.7% to 130,802 vehicles.
Nissan Motor (NSANY) said its sales rose just 2.7% to 84,601 vehicles.
(The data were compared to the same month a year earlier).
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