BIG SKY, MT – Although its Camry midsize car is more well known today, Toyota Motor Corp. got its start with the Land Cruiser SUV in the early 1950s. And it was one of two models, along with the Toyopet, Toyota brought to the U.S. when it launched Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. 50 years ago in Los Angeles. But some industry watchers questioned whether the U.S. would see a seventh generation of the large SUV. After all, sales have been declining steadily – only 3,376 units were ...

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