Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. saw its sales slip 1.7% in December to 224,399 units, marking the auto maker’s fourth year-on-year decline since August. Still, Toyota had its best year ever in the U.S., overtaking Ford Motor Co. for the No.2 light-vehicle sales spot. While total TMSUSA deliveries rose 3.1% to 2.620 million units in 2007, the growth pace was not as blistering as in past years – specifically 2006, when sales jumped 12.5%. A company spokesman tells the media in a ...
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