Honda’s 25.7% July sales plunge dropped the auto maker to its lowest U.S.-market ranking in 30 years, according to Ward’s data. Honda’s core brand and its Acura luxury marque recorded 80,502 deliveries for the month, down from like-2010’s 12,437 and June’s tally of 83,892. That knocked the auto maker to into seventh place behind Nissan and the combined sales of Korea-based Hyundai and Kia. Nissan and Hyundai-Kia accounted for deliveries of 84,601 and 105,065, respectively, in July. ...
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