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Toyota Sept. sales rise 10.3 percent

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Toyota said Monday that it's US vehicle sales jumped 10.3 percent in September as climbing car sales offset a slight decline in truck sales. The Japanese automaker -- which sells car and trucks under the Toyota, Lexus and Scion brands -- sold 178,417 vehicles during the month, up from 161,793 last September. Car sales jumped 22.2 percent to 107,551 vehicles, more than making up for a 3.9 percent decline in truck sales to 70,866 units. The Camry and the Corolla -- Toyota's best-selling models -- posted increases of 6.4 percent and 12.2 percent, respectively. In addition, the company's smaller Scion brand recorded particularly strong growth and its popular hybrid model, the Prius, saw sales surge 90.1 percent to 8,193 units.

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Guest gmrebirth
Compared with Chrysler, it looks like Toyota actually sold more in September. I find it interesting that although Tundra sales dropped, Tacoma sales actually went up. Odd, considering truck sales across the board are dropping.

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