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Even with the increase - they all lag hopelessly behind imports...

 

Toyota posts 10% sales increase, repeats as industry retail leader


Automotive News
July 2, 2013 - 3:54 pm ET

LOS ANGELES -- Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. kept pace with the industry’s gains in June with a 10 percent sales increase to 195,235 units.

Toyota brand sales rose 12 percent to 167,540 and Lexus sales increased 7 percent to 21,355, ...

“Our core models continue to lead their particular segments, and our new models are off to really excellent starts,” said Bill Fay, Toyota Division general manager.

Toyota Division remained the best-selling retail brand for the fourth straight month.



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GM, Ford Sales Rise as U.S. Pace Reaches 67-Month High!!!

 

 

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-07-02/chrysler-extends-streak-of-monthly-u-s-sales-gains.html

who gives a rats ass ni66er...you think every god damn thing that happens in this country is because of the president? look ass wipe, if it is bad...then it is presidential...if good..then it is the hardworking people acting in the best interest of their country in spite of the government...got it...

 

fu cking douche bag

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Car sales are on a roll, but the economy? Not so much

 

That helps explain why, despite strong, sustained growth in sales of homes and new cars, the overall recovery remains the weakest in decades. After a strong fourth-quarter finish to 2012, gross domestic product slowed to a 1.8 percent annual pace in the first quarter.

That lackluster growth is expected to continue this summer. Based on the latest monthly data, forecasters at Barclays Research see growth in the second quarter tracking at an anemic 1.6 percent annual rate.

 

But the real headwind remains a stubbornly high jobless rate, which has put a much bigger damper on consumer spending, which is the source of some 70 percent of U.S. economic growth.

Four years after the recession ended, the pace of hiring remains

http://www.nbcnews.com/business/car-sales-are-roll-economy-not-so-much-6C10517762

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GM, Ford Sales Rise as U.S. Pace Reaches 67-Month High!!!

 

 

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-07-02/chrysler-extends-streak-of-monthly-u-s-sales-gains.html

 

I know, and it's pretty awesome that hard working people like you helped finance the bankruptcy and revival of a company that I've been making a killing on with no expectation of receiving anything in return.

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Even with the increase - they all lag hopelessly behind imports...

 

Toyota posts 10% sales increase, repeats as industry retail leader

 

Automotive News

July 2, 2013 - 3:54 pm ET

LOS ANGELES -- Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. kept pace with the industry’s gains in June with a 10 percent sales increase to 195,235 units.

Toyota brand sales rose 12 percent to 167,540 and Lexus sales increased 7 percent to 21,355, ...

“Our core models continue to lead their particular segments, and our new models are off to really excellent starts,” said Bill Fay, Toyota Division general manager.

Toyota Division remained the best-selling retail brand for the fourth straight month.

 

 

Read more: http://www.autonews.com/article/20130702/RETAIL01/307039990#ixzz2Xw28sO3g

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And you are the champion of supporting foreign companies over American ones aren't you?

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And you are the champion of supporting foreign companies over American ones aren't you?

 

The Foreign auto companies now manufacture most of the North American cars here using American workers. They are just better run companies especially from a technological standpoint.

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GM, Ford Sales Rise as U.S. Pace Reaches 67-Month High!!!

 

 

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-07-02/chrysler-extends-streak-of-monthly-u-s-sales-gains.html

 

While politicians and big business (GM, Wall Street, alternative energy lobbyists, et al) have seen record profits -- Main Street has seen:

 

record debt increases,

anemic growth rate,

wage stagnation,

increased income inequality,

long term unemployment at decade high levels,

poverty at decade high levels,

food stamps at record levels,

welfare recipients at record levels,

surging education costs,

surging energy costs,

surging food costs,

high wage jobs replaced with low wage jobs,

increase in Americans rejecting citizenship,

local and state govt. cutting jobs and services,

 

the list goes on and on.......

 

But who cares, big business, big finance and politicians are doing fine. Also, much of this illusory 'growth' has been funded by stimulus (borrowed wealth) that represents generational theft since the young obama voters (drones who are tying their own nooses) will have to pay it back with significantly lower economic opportunities and lower living standards.

 

You stand corrected.

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