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Nissan, Toyota U.S. sales up in September

Japanese automakers Toyota Motor and Nissan Group posted U.S. sales increases in September. Honda sales were flat, despite projections of an overall industry decline for the month. Toyota's sales rose 1.5% for the month to 197,260 vehicles. Nissan Group posted a surprisingly strong month for U.S. sales in September. Analysts a had projected Nissan sales declines for the month.
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