With four new models arriving in showrooms, it's no wonder that Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. has declared 2000 as the “year of the truck and SUV.” Last week in Dearborn, MI, in the shadow of Ford Motor Co.'s world headquarters, Toyota previewed for journalists a raft of its latest products aimed squarely at a market dominated by Ford, General Motors Corp. and DaimlerChrysler Corp. In the '01 model year, Toyota says it plans to sell 60,000 Sequoia full-size sport/utility vehicles, ...
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