Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. posts its second consecutive monthly sales decline, as August deliveries fell 2.8% on a daily selling rate basis to 233,471 units. As in July, small cars again were the culprits, as Yaris 3- and 4-door subcompact deliveries dropped 31.0% and the Corolla and all Scion models slipped below like-2006 levels, as well. Overall, Toyota Div. passenger-car sales were off 8.0% from August 2006, to 115,718 units, a decline the auto maker blames on a clog in the ...

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