TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc.’s Scion brand is on a roll this year, achieving the same sales volume in the first seven months of 2005 that it achieved in nearly 11 months last year. Because of Scion’s impressive tally to date of 90,150 units, Jim Press, president and chief operating officer-TMSUSA, tells Ward’s here that it is possible a 140,000-unit sales year could be in order for the niche youth brand. “Our factories are working as hard as they can to produce ...
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