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Chrysler once again had the highest retail share of the Big Three, according to Automotive News, with 82% of its cars going to non-fleet buyers. Ford had the lowest, with 21% of its sales going to fleets; GM had 20% going to fleets. In retail sales, Toyota was the #1 American automaker; 98% of its cars went to retail buyers. It edged out General Motors by nearly 6,000 retail sales, and beat Ford by 52,000. No import automaker sold more than 8% of its cars to fleets; of the imports, Hyundai had 8% fleet sales, Nissan 6%. Toyota and Honda both had a mere 2% of their sales going to fleets.

In retail sales along, Chrysler was America's #5 automaker, beating Nissan by a healthy 20,000 cars but falling short of Honda by nearly 30,000. Chrysler has been cutting back on fleet sales as its cars become more popular..

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