SAVANNAH, GA — Toyota Motor Corp. lately has endured a fair degree of flogging for missing the mark on markets outside its mainstay middle-class, Baby Boomer set. Its lack of appeal to the kids is prompting the launch of a third brand, dubbed Scion, and the No.1 Japanese auto maker has been accused more than once of not paying enough attention to the U.S.’s minority and urban markets. Even last year’s all-new Camry – the ultimate Boomer-mobile – had a lackluster debut. Such criticism may ...
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