Ford Motor Co., with a little help from Toyota Motor Corp.’s multi-million vehicle recall, outsold the Japanese giant in the U.S. in January by 15,630 units, Ward’s data shows. Ford sales jumped 35.6% in the month to 114,426 on a daily basis (24 selling days vs. 26 year-ago). Toyota delivered 98,796 units for an 8.7% drop compared with like-2008. January’s results marked the first time since May Ford has beaten Toyota and the first time since January 1999 Toyota’s U.S. sales have fallen ...

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