Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. says it will discontinue sales of its Celica and MR2 sports cars by the end of the ’05 model year, although it will remain available in other markets, a spokesman tells Ward's. The Tahara, Japan-built Celica currently is in its seventh generation and first was introduced in the U.S. in 1971. But sales, which for the current generation never hit stride, recently plummeted to only 790 units in June. Last year’s Celica sales totaled 14,856 units. The ...

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