CHICAGO – The U.S. truck market isn’t about to run out of steam any time soon, says a top Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. executive. "We're looking at growth in the population, growth in young buyers and growth in affluence, and we see the truck market growing as a result, too," says Toyota Senior Vice President and General Manager Don Esmond. Toyota Tacoma "We hope truck sales haven't peaked because we're building a plant in San Antonio” to build fullsize Toyota Tundra ...

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