The Japanese giant retains its sales crown, but Volkswagen is gaining quickly.
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Hearing New Yorkers, you get a sense that there's an arbitrary pride in keeping things the way they always were.
Some car companies are known for the engines they keep.
With the 2013 Toyota Avalon debuting at the 2012 New York International Auto Show, the Japanese automaker has signaled that it's done playing softball with the competition.