Toyota U.S. Head: Little Sales Impact From Heated Seat Woes


CHICAGO, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp's U.S. head said on Thursday that a problem with heated seats that has forced the company to halt sales of several vehicle models in the United States would weigh on the automaker's February sales but he predicted the negative effect would be minor. Talking to reporters at the Chicago Auto Show, Bob Carter, the head of Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc, said the sales halt - which was announced late last month and remains in place - affected ...


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