Toyota halts sales of certain Lexus sedans in US


WASHINGTON, May 24 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp said it had temporarily suspended sales of certain Lexus LS sedans following a steering-related recall. The decision announced on Monday marks the third time in recent months that Toyota has told dealers to stop selling vehicles in the wake of a recall. The voluntary recall of about 3,800 late model 2009 and some 2010 model year LS 460 and LS600h vehicles in the United States was finalized on Friday. In certain scenarios, Toyota said the ...

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