But remove the Corolla and second-ranked Honda Civic from the equation and U.S. sales of all of the lower-volume compact cars, combined, fell 9%.
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The disappearance of the Dodge Dart, a transitioning Subaru Impreza, and notable declines from the Mazda 3, Hyundai Elantra, Ford Focus, and Volkswagen Jetta created a drag even the Corolla and Civic couldn’t overcome.
Subcompact cars, meanwhile, were flat despite a sharp decrease in Nissan Versa volume. The Versa, by far and away the best-selling subcompact, tumbled 19% in November as Nissan readies a facelifted MY2017. But big gains from the Honda Fit, Hyundai Accent, Kia Rio, and Toyota Yaris kept the category on an even keel.
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