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US car sales continue to ebb in June, marking the sixth straight monthly decline, even as appetite for larger SUVs and light trucks persisted, according to industry figures released Monday. General Motors, the country's largest automaker, and Ford reported total sales down about five percent for the month, with GM down for the second month in a row as the slowdown from 2016's record sales continued. Japanese automakers, however, eked out increases, with Toyota rebounding to post a monthly gain of 2.1 percent, but still below the pace in May of last year.
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