Auto Sales Plunge As Credit Crisis Worsens Consumers worries over the U.S. economy have taken a big toll on auto sales. Ford, Chrysler and Toyota all reported sales off by more than 30 percent last month. General Motors posted a 16 percent decline. Dustin Dwyer reports for Michigan Radio.
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Auto Sales Plunge As Credit Crisis Worsens

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Auto Sales Plunge As Credit Crisis Worsens

Auto Sales Plunge As Credit Crisis Worsens

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Consumers worries over the U.S. economy have taken a big toll on auto sales. Ford, Chrysler and Toyota all reported sales off by more than 30 percent last month. General Motors posted a 16 percent decline.

Dustin Dwyer reports for Michigan Radio.