DETROIT, U.S. -- Toyota Motor sees its U.S. sales sliding for a fourth straight year in 2019 as climbing interest rates for auto loans slow overall car sales in the country.
The company expects sales to drop 2.3% to 2.37 million units, said Jim Lentz, CEO of Toyota Motor North America. The automaker intends to introduce more new models in the U.S. as it fights for a greater share of the shrinking market.
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