A drop in Scion sales is to blame in part for a 0.6% decline in Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc.’s September tally on a daily selling rate basis. Toyota registered 213,043 units over 25 selling days, down from 222,950 in September 2006 (26 days), when the auto maker posted an all-time record for the month. The Scion xB, which is all new for ’08, suffered a 9.0% decline compared with sales of the first-generation model in like-2006, while the tC coupe continues to slide, with deliveries ...

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