The Toyota Camry – America’s best-selling car for three years in a row – looks like it will lose that title to the Honda Accord this year. But Toyota executives say that has more to do with their limiting Camry production supplies than with anything else. Toyota fell behind in the big race after the automaker limited production of 2001 model-year Camrys. That’s because a completely revamped ’02 Camry went on sale in August. Toyota executives say they kept ’01 production down because ...
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