In an effort to reach out to younger buyers, Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. will venture where few, if any, automakers have gone before — but most are likely heading. The Toyota experiment involves the establishment of what it is calling “authorized Internet dealers,” including the means for customers to make vehicle purchase transactions from their homes on their computers. “This sales process is an effort for us to relate and to find a way for young buyers to be related to,” says Jim ...

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