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    Report: Toyota details plans for October sales growth
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    Toyota saw another unfortunate month of sales in September. The automaker saw its sales figures fall by 18 percent compared to the same time last year, thanks largely to lower-than-average dealer inventory brought on by this year's earthquake and tsunami disasters. Toyota sold 121,451 vehicles in ...

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    Opinion: Turning the tide at Toyota?
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    What price a reputation? That's what Toyota will be learning in the months and years ahead as it struggles to recover from the safety scandal that has enveloped the company since it announced the first recall for unintended acceleration in October 2009.

    There wasn't a single Toyota model that ...

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    TheDetroitBureau.com on Autoblog with Paul Eisenstein
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    Toyota conspiracy theorists have it wrong We're becoming a nation of conspiracy addicts. It's not just the shots fired at the Kennedy motorcade from the grassy knoll in Dallas. These days it seems just about everything is up for some wide-eyed explanation, often pointing to some wicked government ...

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    Chicago 2010: Refreshed Toyota Avalon "boldly redesigned" to look exactly like predecessor
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    2011 Toyota Avalon – Click above for high-res gallery
    Perhaps the only 'surprise' at this year's Chicago Auto Show thus far has been the appearance of Toyota's refreshed-for-2011 Avalon sedan. According to this morning's presentation, even the automaker itself debated ...

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    Dismal April motivates Toyota to increase production and incentives
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    With April's sales volume down over 41% and Ford pushing it aside in the numbers race, the Toyota division is motivated to move units in May. At the request of dealers, the automaker is boosting production of its best-selling Toyota Camry and popular RAV4 SUV. In addition, a new ad campaign, called ...

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    Toyota may renew "Saved by Zero" no-interest loans
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    Toyota is reportedly having great success giving away money with their 0% loans. According to Bob Carter, general manager of the Toyota Division, the "Saved by Zero" ad campaign is building traffic and may be renewed when the program expires on November 3 (of course, he won't tell us now because ...

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