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Auto sales are up and Americans are heading back to dealerships to replace the SUVs many people bought 10 or more years ago. Increasingly, they're replacing them with cars. With gas prices rising and so many older vehicles on the road, it's a fine time to be an automaker selling fuel efficient cars. Sonari Glinton discusses the shift with Robert Siegel.
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