DETROIT – The ninth-generation Toyota Corolla grows in all dimensions but shrinks in price. Due to market in the U.S. in early February, the new Corolla sedan’s base model is priced at $13,730 --12% less than the comparable previous generation. The premium grade model will knock more than $1,000 off the price tag. Toyota Motor Corp. has targeted sales for its volume car of 250,000 units annually. It expects another 60,000 units annually out of the Matrix, a youth-oriented cross/utility ...

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