The nation's largest automotive retailer said Friday that it sold 25,669 new vehicles in April.
Domestic vehicle sales rose 4 percent to 7,860 and sales of imported vehicles increased 18 percent to 12,857. Premium luxury vehicle sales surged 22 percent to 4,952.
Last month the company's first-quarter results topped analysts' expectations, thanks in part to a late-March surge in car and truck buying.
Its shares finished at
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