FARMINGTON, PA – Toyota hopes to sell 137,000 refreshed Tundra fullsize pickups in the U.S. in 2014, 7,000 more than earlier targeted. Deliveries this year are expected to reach 107,000 ’13 and ’14 Tundras, up from 101,621 units in 2012. “We like what we see for the fullsize-pickup market,” Bill Fay, group vice president-Toyota Div., tells media at a ’14 Tundra preview here. Exceeding the 137,000-unit target for 2014 also is possible, he says, as ...

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