DETROIT — Production supply issues rather than a shift in consumer preference allowed the Honda Accord to surpass 4-year reigning champ Toyota Camry to become America’s No.1-selling passenger car for the ’01 model year, Toyota Motor Corp. top brass say. The Accord also is on its way to topping the Camry in calendar year sales, with deliveries through October of 355,333 units vs. Camry’s 328,169. For the newly introduced ’02 model year, Accord and Camry are neck and neck, with 35,492 ...

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