Top Tokyo analysts reckon competitors have good reason to fear Toyota Motor Corp.’s determined move deeper into the U.S. pickup truck market with huskier models. Although Toyota has had to offer continually steeper discounts on the trucks – last week rolling out offers of a $3,500 rebate or 0% financing for 60 months – and faced rare quality concerns, the auto maker has managed to increase sales and market share in the fullsize pickup sector. In the year’s first five months, Tundra sales ...

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