Toyota's Global Output Keeps Climbing:

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  1. tigerhonaker

    tigerhonaker Platinum Contributor

    Associated Press

    AP Executive Morning Briefing
    09.25.2006, 06:51 AM


    Toyota's Global Output Keeps Climbing

    TOKYO (AP) - Toyota Motor Corp., on pace to overtake General Motors as the world's biggest automaker, said Monday its global production rose 17.3 percent in August, the 22nd straight monthly gain. Soaring oil prices have proved a boon for Toyota as drivers turn to fuel-efficient cars, including the Prius hybrid, Corolla compact and the midsize Camry, the best-selling model in the U.S. for eight of the last nine years.

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  2. AshenGrey

    AshenGrey Well-Known Member

    They make good, solid cars at a fair price. The cars are more reliable than their American and European counterparts. Pound for pound, they're more efficient. It's a no brainer why they are suceeding.
     

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