AutoNation said Thursday that its new vehicle sales rose 7 percent last month, as the auto dealership chain sold 32,660 vehicles.
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Sales of new cars and trucks at AutoNation Inc., the largest auto dealer in the U.S., really rolled along last month.
Ft. Lauderdale based AutoNation Inc. reported that its third-quarter profit was up 24 percent thanks in part to higher prices for new and used vehicles.
Ft. Lauderdale based AutoNation Inc. said Tuesday its new vehicle sales fell 3 percent in August.
Sales are looking up for a South Florida-based dealership chain. Car dealer AutoNation Inc. said Monday its new vehicle sales rose 3 percent in June compared with the previous year, a smaller increase than the overall U.S. sales gain for the month.
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