April had fewer selling days than it did last year, which is one reason the industry isn't fazed by the decline.
Toyota is upgraded to 'overweight' at Barclays; News Corp. is downgraded to 'neutral' at Citigroup.
Across the board, automakers said that fuel-efficient vehicles were in demand as gas prices creep up.
As gas prices climb, automakers are scrambling to produce vehicles that won't give you much pain at the pump.
An automotive icon of the '70s is back, decades after its parent company tried to kill it off.
The automaker has about 116 days of supply for pick-ups.
Overall US sales are expected to rise 10% for the month from a year earlier.
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