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Nissan, Ford, FCA and Honda rode strong demand for trucks in posting solid U.S. sales gains for June as the industry rebounded from a May slump.
BMW outsold Mercedes-Benz and Lexus last month in the U.S. as all three of the market's largest sellers of luxury autos ended the first half behind their year-earlier totals.
Both Kia and Hyundai set June sales records with help from crossovers. Kia sales rose 16 percent in June, while Hyundai remained flat after selling nine more vehicles than the year-earlier period.
General Motors' June sales slipped 1.6 percent amid a continued reduction in shipments to daily rental operators. GM said it sold 255,210 light vehicles last month, which included 5,690 fewer rental units vs. a year earlier.