TRAVERSE CITY, MI – In trying to grow its presence in the U.S. pickup truck market Toyota Motor Corp. will not chase Big Three-only families, targeting instead those with a Camry and a Ford F-150 in the driveway, says the auto maker’s U.S. sales chief. “We really want the Tundra to serve Toyota customers,” Jim Press, president and chief operating officer-Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc., tells Ward’s of Toyota’s next-generation fullsize pickup truck, due in fall 2006. “We want our ...

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