Toyota U.S. sales rose 41.6% in September to 171,910 units. While the Japanese auto maker’s year-ago comparison was depressed due to post-Japan earthquake and tsunami inventory shortages, Toyota’s September 2012 tally was enough to topple Ford’s light-vehicle sales total by 932 units. Almost all model lines posted increases, and Toyota’s Lexus and Scion brands also saw positive results virtually across the board. At Toyota, the leading gainer was the ...
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