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In a month of close sales, Toyota took the No. 2 spot by 314 vehicles in the July pecking order, dumping Ford to No. 3, while Honda came in 1,337 sales ahead of Chrysler, dropping the Auburn Hills team to no. 5. Ford's reported total actually was 321 units ahead of Toyota, but Ford's total includes heavy trucks, which don't count in light vehicle totals. Counting only light vehicles, Ford came up short in July. Both Ford and Chrysler have solid leads of well over 100,000 sales in the year-to-date totals, but this is the first time since the Japanese natural disasters in 2011 that either Toyota or Honda has advanced in the standings. CARMAKERS RANKED BY SALES Company July 2013 Company CYTD 2013 General Motors 234,071 General Motors 1,654,417 Toyota 193,394 Ford 1,437,609 Ford 193,080 Toyota 1,302,185 Honda 141,439 Chrysler 1,048,434 Chrysler 140,102 Honda 887,017 Hyundai/Kia 115,009 Hyundai/Kia 753,370..

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Allpar News System said:
In a month of close sales, Toyota took the No. 2 spot by 314 vehicles in the July pecking order, dumping Ford to No. 3, while Honda came in 1,337 sales ahead of Chrysler, dropping the Auburn Hills team to no. 5. Ford's reported total actually was 321 units ahead of Toyota, but Ford's total includes heavy trucks, which don't count in light vehicle totals. Counting only light vehicles, Ford came up short in July. Both Ford and Chrysler have solid leads of well over 100,000 sales in the year-to-date totals, but this is the first time since the Japanese natural disasters in 2011 that either Toyota or Honda has advanced in the standings. CARMAKERS RANKED BY SALES Company July 2013 Company CYTD 2013 General Motors 234,071 General Motors 1,654,417 Toyota 193,394 Ford 1,437,609 Ford 193,080 Toyota 1,302,185 Honda 141,439 Chrysler 1,048,434 Chrysler 140,102 Honda 887,017 Hyundai/Kia 115,009 Hyundai/Kia 753,370..

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Has any one noticed that the two company's that pulled ahead because of their small passenger vehicles.
 

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Has any one noticed that the two company's that pulled ahead because of their small passenger vehicles.
I'm not surprised. Gas here is averaging well over $4 a gallon. I see mostly small cars, VW TDI's and hybrids. Not much else that's new.
 
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