Toyota Motor Corp.’s Camry ceded its rank as America’s best-selling mid-size car for the first time in 17 months, slipping behind Nissan Motor Co.’s Altima and losing share to Honda Motor Co. and Ford Motor Co. models.
Toyota Motor Corp., after reporting slower growth in February, is boosting its U.S. auto market outlook on improving consumer confidence, a better economy and demand for Camry sedans and Prius hybrids.
Toyota Motor Corp. forecast total industry sales for U.S. light vehicles of 15.3 million this year, an increase of about 5.5 percent compared with 2012, according to Bob Carter, senior vice president of automotive operations.
Toyota Motor Corp. reworked the styling and marketing strategy of its full-size Tundra pickup, seeking increased high-end truck sales after falling short of an earlier goal of boosting work-truck deliveries.
Toyota Motor Corp., seeking its best U.S. sales in four years, said it’s seeking to deliver more RAV4 crossovers, Tacoma trucks and a particular Camry sedan grade to dealers on stronger demand for the models than anticipated.
Toyota Motor Corp., Asia’s largest automaker, expects to start reversing a U.S. sales slide that began in May after Japan’s earthquake as vehicle production rebounds and deliveries of the new Camry sedan expand.
Toyota Motor Corp. is making good on a plan to boost U.S. exports by shipping Kentucky-built Venzas to South Korea, helping Asia’s largest carmaker maximize use of factories in North America and blunt the yen’s impact.