An 11.5% drop in U.S. daily new-vehicle deliveries in June and 12 straight months of lower sales volumes have Toyota Motor Corp. scrambling for ways to step up availability of in-demand small cars and other 4-cyl. models. Among options longer-term is a shift of some North American plants away from body-on-frame trucks to more higher-mileage unibody vehicles, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. executives say in a conference call to discuss June sales results. But the short-term fix will be ...
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