* No decision yet on whether to extend March incentives * Says no intention to keep steep discounts for long time * Dealers fixed 1.7 mln vehicles NEW YORK, March 30 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp's U.S. sales jumped about 35 percent in March from a year earlier after the automaker offered steep discounts to win over consumers who had shied away after massive recalls, a U.S. executive said on Tuesday. Toyota U.S. sales chief Jim Lentz said the company is still reviewing incentive ...
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