The Honda Civic displaced the Chevrolet Cruze as the No.1 selling compact car in October, while the Toyota Corolla finished second, ending a 6-month winning streak for the Detroit nameplate and suggesting Asian producers may resume their dominance of the segment. That’s if they maintain sufficient vehicle inventories. And for Honda, widespread flooding in Thailand could wash away those prospects. The Civic’s October deliveries totaled 16,173, followed by the Corolla’s tally of 15,877, ...

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