Toyota ran away with the Japanese sales crown for May, beating Infiniti and Honda—both of which also enjoyed a lucrative month—by a wide margin.
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A deadly typhoon that swept through Japan today is putting pressure on already-strained production at Toyota and Nissan, forcing them to close some plants.
When Chevrolet and Nissan started assembling electric cars late last year, the general consensus was that the auto industry had taken a turn in the right direction.
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