U.S. auto sales hit lowest mark in 15 years

07/3/2008 | Detroit Free Press

U.S. auto sales in June sank twice as fast as September 2001, the month of the World Trade Center terrorist attacks. Automakers are struggling to shift production from gas guzzlers, which have bolstered Detroit's bottom line, to fuel-efficient cars, which are showing sales strength. Honda Motor was the only major car company to increase sales, improving 1.1% thanks to its stable of fuel-efficient vehicles.

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