Toyota and Nissan Say the U.S. Auto Market Has PeakedCraig Trudell and Masatsugu Horie
Nissan doesn’t see potential for industry growth in U.S.
Toyota pares North America sales forecast by 60,000 vehicles
Japan’s two largest carmakers have arrived at the same conclusion: the U.S. auto market that’s functioned as a growth engine has run out of gas.
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