Things may not be going as well for Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc.'s Lexus Div. as the numbers would indicate. Although sales for the division are up 43.3% for the first two months of 1999, all of that increase can be attributed to the RX 300 crossover sport/utility vehicle (SUV). Sales of the division's passenger cars actually are down 20.2%. But executives say they're not worried about the car sales decline. “We have very strong RX sales and we are quite happy,” says Yoshio Ishizaka, ...

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