Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. finally saw an uptick in 2009 light-vehicle sales in May, albeit a 38.4% drop compared with year-ago, but still better than April’s record 41.9% plunge, Ward’s data show. TMSUSA sold 152,583 units last month, which it says marks a monthly high for the year. “Like April, May saw a boost in consumer confidence levels, a trend we would like to continue to see for the next few months,” Bob Carter, Toyota Div. group vice president and general manager, tells ...
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