TARRYTOWN, NY – Toyota Motor Corp.’s Lexus luxury vehicle division isn’t in a big hurry to get where it’s going. Lexus expects lower LS 430 volumes despite freshening. "We believe in gradual, steady growth for our dealers," says Mike Wells, vice president-marketing for Lexus. "We're not going to drop 300,000 cars on the market without the infrastructure to support them." At a press conference for the refreshed LS 430 here, Wells says Lexus has only 202 dealers. But he's not in ...
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