When automakers report May sales Friday, Toyota is expected to recapture more of the sales it lost last year. As Toyota regains ground, it could even top Ford in May for second-place in U.S. sales, behind General Motors. After being crippled last year by an earthquake and tsunami in Japan, Toyota is roaring back with new models, a healthy level of inventory and aggressive sales campaigns.

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