Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. delivered a record 269,023 vehicles in May, driving closer to overtaking No.2 Ford Motor Co. for the year. The Japanese auto maker already has sold 1.085 million vehicles in the U.S. in the first five months, just behind Ford's 1.131 million. Toyota's May tally did eclipse Ford's, which delivered 259,470 units in the month. The Prius hybrid-electric vehicle again was a top performer, setting an all-time record for any month with sales of 24,009 units, ...
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