Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. says its February sales plunged 37.3% on a daily rate basis, making it the auto maker’s worst month since at least January 1980, Ward’s data shows. The previous low point in monthly sales for Toyota came last December, when deliveries slid 36.7%. “We’re two months into the year, and so far the results for the industry and our volumes have turned out much as we anticipated,” Bob Carter, Toyota Div. group vice president and general manager, tells media during ...

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