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Enough top-performing CAPS members have turned bullish on Honda Motor Corp.
Just as high fuel costs are forcing major airlines -- such as United Airlines parent UAL
Honda has also benefited from consumer satisfaction, which is rising for foreign automakers at the same time it is dropping for domestic brands. No wonder, then, that Honda has fared much better in sales than competitors GM and Ford. Even Toyota's
Honda's more conservative strategies of staying away from big engines and heavy trucks have played out well for the company. And while Nissan
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