Honda Motors  (HMC) reported a 0.7% decline in March auto sales, coming in well short of analysts' guidance range between growth of 2.8% and 5.6%. 

Consumers moved away from the company's Accord Sedan, as sales fell 12.1%, and flocked to its CR-V SUV, which saw a 23% increase in sales. 

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