This is the end of it: Subaru has their best April ever posting a 23% gain thanks to the Legacy line; Kia sets a record also with a 15.9% increase with help from the new Sportage; BMW didn't share in the warmth with a 10% drop while they wait for the new 3-Series; Mini jumped 31% with the convertible racking up sales and Mitsubishi can't stop the bleeding with sales down 43.3% posting only 9,230 sales for the month. Isuzu posted 1,412 sales down 43.5%. That should have all makers reporting.Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Land Rover, Volvo, Jaguar, Mazda and Porsche
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