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A top Toyota official doesn’t expect updated competitors to take a bit out of Tundra and Tacoma pickup sales this year.



The No.1 Japanese automaker will “sustain” 2013’s sales levels of the two models this year and next, Bob Carter, senior vice president-automotive operations for Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A., says here in an interview.

Toyota is facing new rivals not only in the fullsize-pickup segment, with General Motors’ redesigned ’14 Chevrolet Silverado, GMC Sierra, and Ford’s ’15, aluminum-intensive  F-150, but also in the previously moribund compact pickup group with GM’s Chevy Colorado/GMC Canyon.
 



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Toyota Says Updated Competitors Shouldn't Dent Tundra Sales

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