With sales at Lexus disappointing except for the RX300 sport/utility vehicle, Toyota Motor Corp.'s luxury division has decided to shuffle top management. Effective July 3, Dennis E. Clements, who has served as chief operating officer of Central Atlantic Toyota Distributors Inc. since 1991, is elevated to group vice president and general manager, replacing Bryan Bergsteinsson as Lexus' top executive. Mr. Clements has 17 years experience with Toyota, including stints as national sales ...
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