The real auto sales race has been for 3rd place

Teahen Jr., John K.
February 2000
Automotive News;2/14/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5861, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on developments related to marketing in the automotive industry in the United States as of February 14, 2000. Includes increase in sales of Korea-based Hyundai Motor America Co.; Toyota Motor Corp.'s third place ranking as the best selling car in the country; Record-breaking sales of pickup trucks, sport-utility vehicle and vans in 1999.


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