Analysis Fueled by incentive spending, Toyota Motor Corp. scooped up 17.6% of March U.S. light-vehicle sales, coming within one-tenth of a point of taking the No.1 sales slot for the first time. Toyota’s daily sales were 7,187 units, up 72.4% over February and just 50 fewer units per day than market-leader General Motors Co. GM accounted for 17.7% of total U.S. LV sales, the auto maker’s worst market share in history, while Toyota grabbed a 17.6% share. Ford Motor Co., which sold the ...
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