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Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. posted double-digit gains in November in U.S. sales of new cars, beating overall market growth, while Honda Motor Co. marked a slight dip, according to data from Autodata Corp.

Dealers sold 1.25 million new cars and light trucks, up 8.9 percent from a year earlier for the strongest November since 2003 on the back of brisk sales of sport utility vehicles as the U.S. economy steadily expanded. An additional business day in the month also helped lift the total.

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