By the end of 2010, domestic production will overtake the number of Toyota RAV4 cross/utility vehicles imported to North America and account for most of the model’s sales in the market. The ratio will fluctuate with demand, but domestic output will support the “majority” of RAV4 sales in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, says Mike Goss, spokesman for Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America Inc. The increase will occur because of the planned addition in March of a second ...
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