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September U.S. Auto Sales Down 0.5 Percent Even as Discounts Rise

Major automakers posted September U.S. sales on Monday that were slightly lower than a year ago, despite big consumer discounts, as pickup truck volumes fell for General Motors and Ford Motor.
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