Toyota Motor Corp.’s current U.S. sales slump is the auto maker’s lengthiest in 26 years, Ward’s data shows. Monthly U.S. deliveries have been down or flat (variations of 0.5% or less) since last July, with the No.1 Japanese auto maker seeing its biggest drop of the current downturn in February, when daily sales plunged 6.6% from like-2007 levels. A Ward’s forecast released earlier this month calls for Toyota’s March deliveries to decline more than 7% vs. year-ago. Not since the ...

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