We are going to have to take tomorrow's sales data with a grain of salt, since it is April Fools Day. Latest word is that GM and Ford will match last year's numbers, Chrysler Group should eek a sales gain and the Asian manufacturers will also gain. Gas prices have changed some Toyota sales. They have seen softening of the Land Cruiser and Sequoia market but more sales of Scions and the Prius. We'll have the complete numbers tomorrow, and promise we won't report "Toyota sales down 50%!" headlines.
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