CANBERRA – Sales of large 6-cyl. passenger cars likely have declined as much as they are going to, says John Conomos, Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. executive chairman, predicting sales will stabilize as buyers become accustom to higher gasoline prices. Large cars up to now have been the domestic industry’s bread and butter segment and represent major investments. The Big Four brands – Toyota, GM Holden, Ford and Mitsubishi – all are introducing new cars for the model year. ...

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