NAGOYA – Listening to Toyota Motor Corp. management discuss plans to introduce Lexus into the Japanese market is, in the words of Yankee baseball great Yogi Berra, “déjà vu all over again.” Details still are being finalized, but it is clear from a recent progress report that when the first of 180 showrooms opens next summer the focus will be on service, more service – and still more service. Toyota says Lexus dealers should be profitable in second year of operation. Toyota Managing ...

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