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Another record month for Toyota's U.S. light-truck sales was not enough to offset a decline in car volume.
New-model delays dented sales at Mercedes-Benz in September and set up a razor-thin race for the luxury crown as 2018 enters its final quarter.
Lexus is dumping the side mirrors for sleek digital cameras on next ES.
A best-ever month for light truck sales in August was not enough to offset a decline for Toyota's car sales for the month.
Consumers know Lexus vehicles for their long tradition of smooth-riding sedans and plush utility vehicles that are at home at the country club, fine hotels and trendy urban eateries. But how about at the track?
Lexus global president Yoshihiro Sawa says electric vehicles will not suit everyone and buyers will need choices.
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A Texas jury on Friday hit Toyota with a $242 million verdict after finding that defects in the front seats of a 2002 Lexus ES300 caused serious injuries to a Dallas family’s two young children.
Light trucks were a bright spot for both Toyota and Lexus, reflecting the sharp industry trend toward crossovers, SUVs and pickups.
Sales at Mercedes-Benz, the highest-volume U.S. luxury brand for the past two years, fell 23 percent in July after inventory shortfalls and a technical glitch handicapped dealers.
Like much of the industry, utility vehicles will continue to be the main drivers of growth for the three biggest Japanese automakers
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