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American buyers continue to abandon the trusty car

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Even Black Friday sales couldn’t save the sedan.

Automakers largely reported that cars dragged on U.S. sales last month, in some cases despite booming SUV and truck sales. Meantime, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, which has been phasing cars out of its lineup, reaped the rewards in November.

The November sales results beat some analyst expectations, as most automakers reported smaller sales slips than expected. But U.S. consumers continue to flee sedans in droves, a trend guiding executive decision-making at the highest levels. Even Toyota’s typically best-selling Camry sedan was off nearly 30 percent compared to a year ago.

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