General Motors reported a three-point-seven percent increase in its US sales in February.
The world's biggest automaker says consumer demand was strong for its pickup trucks and SUVs.
Its fleet sales dropped 18 percent last month as a result of a planned 25 percent reduction in daily rental sales. But the decrease was offset by an 11 percent increase in retail sales.
Ford and DaimlerChrysler posted declines. Ford's sales sank 13-point-five percent, while DaimlerChrysler posted a seven-point-seven percent drop.