Despite a widely publicized recall and the lack of a government sales stimulus, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. sees its best month for 2009, with November sales up 11.5% on a daily sales basis, Ward’s data shows. The month’s U.S. light-vehicle sales of 10.9 million units (based on the seasonally adjusted sales rate) without the “Cash for Clunkers” incentive, are “a real good sign for the industry,” Bob Carter, group vice president and general manager-Toyota Div., tells the media during a ...
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