was hurt by Accord and Civic sales and helped by the Pilot and Odyssey to average at a loss of 10%. Acura fared better with sales rising 9% with the RL and TL reporting nice increases. The Toyota Division posted a sales gain of 7.6%, Scion reported 13,229 units sold (last year the tC was not on sale yet, so month to month comparisons are hard to judge) and Lexus was up 9.6%. GM was down 5% (adjusted). Big winners were Cadillac (up 12%), Chevrolet cars (up 12%) and Hummer (up 63%).
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