DETROIT – A Toyota Motor Corp. official says the auto maker wants to expand its product range to include more large light trucks in the U.S. Currently, Toyota sells the Tundra pickup truck and Sequoia SUV here and holds nearly 10% of U.S. light vehicle market share. Toyota wants to increase its light-truck share to about the same amount. The Tundra controls 3.4% of the fullsize pickup segment, with the smaller Tacoma pickup holding 5.1% of the small pickup sector. For the first time in ...

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