Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc.’s August sales rose 10.5%, compared with like-2008, marking the auto maker’s first positive monthly result in more than two years. August volume was 225,088 units, Toyota’s first 200,000-plus month since August of last year, Ward’s data show. Toyota last saw deliveries increase in June 2007, with a 6.1% uptick. The auto maker since then has posted flat or falling sales due to the economic downturn, which first took hold in summer 2007 in the auto maker’s ...

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