Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc.’s April sales reflect the auto maker’s worst monthly decline in at least 29 years, according to Ward’s data. The auto maker says deliveries in the month plunged 41.9% on a daily selling rate basis, to 126,540 units, compared with year-ago. The Toyota Div., which includes the Scion brand, saw sales plummet 42.2% to 112,345 units, while Lexus luxury deliveries tumbled 39.2% to 14,195. Toyota’s second-worst monthly performance in February, with a 37.3% sales ...

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