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July 2007 Sales: Toyota Motor Corporation

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Toyota Reports July Sales

TORRANCE, Calif., Aug. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Toyota Motor Sales (TMS),

U.S.A., Inc., today reported July sales of 224,058 vehicles, a decrease of

3.5 percent from July 2006.

"The industry stumbled this month, on continued housing weakness," said

Jim Lentz, TMS executive vice president. "Though Toyota didn't match last

July's record-setting sales, heightened demand for hybrids and crossovers

is reassuring, particularly with the next generation Highlander just now

hitting showrooms."

The Toyota Division posted July sales of 196,917, down 4.5 percent from

last July. The Lexus Division reported best-ever July sales of 27,141

units, an increase of 4.9 percent.

Toyota Division

Toyota Division passenger cars recorded July sales of 112,153, a

decrease of 10.2 percent from last July. Passenger car sales were led by

Camry, which posted July sales of 41,514, up 3.2 percent over the same

period last year. Camry Hybrid reported sales of 4,329 units in July. The

Prius hybrid gas-electric mid-size sedan posted best-ever July sales of

16,062, an increase of 50.5 percent over July 2006. Corolla reported July

sales of 29,719 units.

Toyota Division light truck sales were up 4.2 percent, with a best-ever

July total of 84,764 units. Light truck sales were led by the all-new

Tundra full-size pickup with all-time best-ever sales of 23,150, an

increase of 134.5 percent over the year-ago month. The RAV4 compact sport

utility vehicle (SUV) reported best-ever July sales of 14,494, up 2.3

percent over the same period last year. Highlander and Highlander Hybrid

posted combined July sales of 8,858. The Highlander Hybrid gas-electric

mid-size SUV reported sales of 1,205 units for the month.

Scion posted July sales of 11,640 units. The tC sports coupe led the

way with July sales of 6,229 units. The xB urban utility vehicle posted

sales of 5,073 units for the month.

Lexus Division

Lexus passenger cars reported best-ever July sales of 16,755 units, an

increase of 8.0 percent over July 2006. Passenger car sales were led by the

ES 350 luxury sedan with July sales of 6,909 units. The all-new LS 460 and

LS 460 L reported combined sales of 2,696, an increase of 189.2 percent

over last July. Combined sales of the IS 250 and IS 350 posted best-ever

July sales of 4,892 units, up 5.1 percent over the year-ago month.

Lexus Division light trucks reported July sales totaling 10,386 units,

an increase of 0.2 percent over the same period last year. The RX 350 and

RX 400h enjoyed combined July sales of 8,413 units, up 3.2 percent over

July 2006. The RX 400h hybrid luxury utility vehicle reported sales of

1,385 units for the month, up 18.0 percent over the year-ago month.

TMS Hybrids

TMS calendar-year-to-date hybrid sales totaled 169,659 units, an

increase of 59.0 percent over the same period last year. In July, TMS

posted sales of 23,123 hybrid vehicles, up 19.0 percent over last July.

Toyota Division posted sales of 21,596 hybrids, up 19.0 percent over the

same period last year. Lexus Division posted sales of 1,527 hybrids, an

increase of 16.0 percent over last July.

There were 24 selling days this month, as compared to 25 selling days last

July.

TOYOTA  RETAIL  SALES
							(INCLUDES FLEET & HAWAII)
									July, 2007

						  ---- CURRENT MONTH ---   -- CALENDAR YEAR TO DATE --
											DSR%						 DSR%
							2007	 2006   CHG		2007	   2006	CHG

	YARIS				  8,126   10,137  -16.5	 54,648	 32,822   65.6
	COROLLA			   29,719   41,800  -25.9	231,940	239,103   -3.5
	CAMRY				 41,514   41,892	3.2	282,044	260,409	7.7
	AVALON				 5,092	6,757  -21.5	 42,614	 51,793  -18.2
	PRIUS				 16,062   11,114   50.5	110,565	 59,270   85.5
	SCION xA				 338	2,962  -88.1	  9,204	 19,794  -53.8
	SCION xB			   5,073	6,666  -20.7	 23,661	 38,041  -38.2
	SCION tC			   6,229	8,780  -26.1	 39,779	 46,313  -14.6
	TOTAL TOYOTA DIV.
	 PASS. CAR		   112,153  130,109  -10.2	794,459	747,573	5.7
	ES 350				 6,909	7,803   -7.8	 47,307	 40,392   16.5
	LS 460				 2,696	  971  189.2	 20,268	  7,687  162.2
	SC 430				   304	  460  -31.2	  2,400	  3,547  -32.7
	GS 350				 1,798	1,776	5.5	 11,897	 13,125   -9.9
	GS 430/450h			  156	  299  -45.7	  1,225	  2,443  -50.1
	IS 250/350			 4,892	4,848	5.1	 32,568	 31,794	1.9
	TOTAL LEXUS PASS.
	 CAR				  16,755   16,157	8.0	115,665	 98,988   16.2
	TOTAL TOYOTA PASS.
	 CAR				 128,908  146,266   -8.2	910,124	846,561	6.9
	SIENNA				11,599   13,834  -12.7	 84,948	 94,619  -10.7
	RAV4				  14,494   14,755	2.3	101,618	 89,770   12.6
	FJ CRUISER			 4,128	6,309  -31.8	 33,882	 27,778   21.3
	4RUNNER				6,676	9,346  -25.6	 50,870	 64,212  -21.2
	HIGHLANDER			 8,858   11,999  -23.1	 73,607	 73,356   -0.2
	LAND CRUISER			 163	  238  -28.7	  1,408	  1,863  -24.8
	SEQUOIA				1,733	2,653  -32.0	 14,582	 19,551  -25.8
	TOTAL SUV			 36,052   45,300  -17.1	275,967	276,530   -0.8
	4X2 TACOMA			 8,279	9,412   -8.4	 63,059	 60,826	3.1
	4X4 TACOMA			 5,684	5,927   -0.1	 43,366	 40,377	6.8
	TOTAL TACOMA		  13,963   15,339   -5.2	106,425	101,203	4.6
	TUNDRA				23,150   10,285  134.5	105,990	 67,743   55.6
	TOTAL PICKUP		  37,113   25,624   50.9	212,415	168,946   25.0
	TOTAL TOYOTA DIV. LT
	 TRUCK				84,764   84,758	4.2	573,330	540,095	5.6
	LX 470				   206	  341  -37.1	  1,751	  3,210  -45.8
	GX 470				 1,767	1,969   -6.5	 12,273	 13,728  -11.1
	RX 350/400h			8,413	8,492	3.2	 57,654	 61,774   -7.2
	TOTAL LEXUS LIGHT
	 TRUCK				10,386   10,802	0.2	 71,678	 78,712   -9.4
	TOTAL TOYOTA LIGHT
	 TRUCK				95,150   95,560	3.7	645,008	618,807	3.6
	TOTAL TOYOTA DIV.	196,917  214,867   -4.5  1,367,789  1,287,668	5.6
	TOTAL LEXUS		   27,141   26,959	4.9	187,343	177,700	4.8
	TOTAL TOYOTA		 224,058  241,826   -3.5  1,555,132  1,465,368	5.5
	MEMO:
	DOM. COROLLA		  27,684   34,291  -15.9	209,346	204,648	1.7
	DOM. CAMRY			36,880   30,917   24.3	235,424	218,874	7.0
	DOM. PICKUP		   37,113   25,624   50.9	212,415	168,946   25.0
	DOM. RX 350			6,100	6,760   -6.0	 41,498	 41,271	0.0

	SELLING DAYS			  24	   25			   178		177


						  ---- CURRENT MONTH ---   -- CALENDAR YEAR TO DATE --
											DSR%						 DSR%
							2007	 2006   CHG		2007	   2006	CHG

	TOYOTA DIV. IMPORT
	 CAR				  42,497   58,144  -23.9	307,075	272,258   12.2
	LEXUS IMPORT CAR	  16,755   16,157	8.0	115,665	 98,988   16.2
	TOYOTA DIV NA BUILT
	 CARS				 69,656   71,965	0.8	487,384	475,315	2.0
	TOTAL TOYOTA CARS	128,908  146,266   -8.2	910,124	846,561	6.9

	TOYOTA DIV. IMPORT
	 LT TRUCK			 34,319   42,647  -16.2	261,385	256,979	1.1
	LEXUS IMPORT LT
	 TRUCK				 4,286	4,042   10.5	 30,180	 37,441  -19.8
	TOYOTA DIV NA BUILT
	 LT TRUCK			 50,445   42,111   24.8	311,945	283,116	9.6
	LEXUS NA BUILT LT
	 TRUCK				 6,100	6,760   -6.0	 41,498	 41,271	0.0
	TOTAL TOYOTA LT
	 TRUCK				95,150   95,560	3.7	645,008	618,807	3.6

	SPORT UTILITY
	 VEHICLES			 42,310   49,793  -11.5	313,763	327,464   -4.7
	   Memo: Lexus Sport
		Utility		   10,386   10,802	0.2	 71,678	 78,712   -9.4

	SMALL VANS			11,599   13,834  -12.7	 84,948	 94,619  -10.7
	PICKUPS			   37,113   25,624   50.9	212,415	168,946   25.0

	* NORTH AMERICAN
	 BUILT VEHICLES
	COROLLA			   27,684   34,291  -15.9	209,346	204,648	1.7
	CAMRY				 36,880   30,917   24.3	235,424	218,874	7.0
	AVALON				 5,092	6,757  -21.5	 42,614	 51,793  -18.2
	SIENNA				11,599   13,834  -12.7	 84,948	 94,619  -10.7
	PICKUP				37,113   25,624   50.9	212,415	168,946   25.0
	SEQUOIA				1,733	2,653  -32.0	 14,582	 19,551  -25.8
	RX 350				 6,100	6,760   -6.0	 41,498	 41,271	0.0
	TOTAL				126,201  120,836	8.8	840,827	799,702	4.6
	N.A. VEHICLES % OF
	 TOTAL				  56.3%	50.0%			 54.1%	  54.6%

	SELLING DAYS			  24	   25			   178		177
	DSR = DAILY SELLING RATE

Link to Press Release: http://www.prnewswire.com/cgi-bin/stories....7330&EDATE=

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Even with increased fleet sales (see articles posted in the forum confirming this), Toyota's monthly sales still decreased? Just wow!

As for cars: Scion sales are off... Corolla is WAY off. Yaris & Avalon? No surprise there.

Trucks: Highlander, 4Runner, Sequoia, Sienna, and FJ Cruiser all fell this month.

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Tundra is way up, but it had $3500 on the hood or 0% for 60, so no big surprise there. If GM did that with the T900s they'd be selling about 120k combined/month.

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Tundra is way up, but it had $3500 on the hood or 0% for 60, so no big surprise there. If GM did that with the T900s they'd be selling about 120k combined/month.

In June, the Tundra had $5089 average in incentives on the hood.

What's up with the Corolla? Did Hertz not put in any orders for July?

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In June, the Tundra had $5089 average in incentives on the hood.

Holy $h!! That must be an all-time record for a first year truck.

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GM already tried the INCENTIVES FOR ALL thing...didnt work. I'm glad GM isn't doing that like they used to.

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i do not get where there turds are selling, they have to be lying? i see none around here.

MASSIVE sales declines pretty much everywhere else, too for the big T. wow, i hope this keeps up.

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Holy $h!! That must be an all-time record for a first year truck.

Almost as much as the Ram! I told you it would catch up before long...imagine how high they will be when it gets to be the Dodge's age!

This is the first time I've seen sales down in what seems like forever...that made my day! ^_^

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wtf???

Prius outselling Yaris?

I can almost guarantee that's not the same trend we see in Canada. That extra $1000 our government threw on the hood of the Yaris means they're multiplying like... well, the rabbits they somewhat resemble.

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Not a bad month, I'd say.

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Everyone note that the above totals of the "toyota division" INCLUDES scion, undoubtedly to mask the landslide decline in sales there.

toyota combines & separates at will to suit the particular marketing whim.

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When I look at the numbers they look polar opposite.

The vehicles that have gained in numbers are the GASHOGS TURD AND LS460, and GAS-SIPPER Prius. Rest have been mediocre.

Crapolla, Yaris, Sienna have bombed really bad. So has the TC.

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There is at least 1 error in the above chart (prolly more):

CAMRY 41,514 41,892 3.2

378 less units vs. '06 is a -0.009% change, not a +3.2% change. I guess rounding up as above the percent change would be 0.0%

scion is really imploding! And in the face of heightened economy focus- what's happening, and how can I personally contribute to hastening it? :wink:

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There is at least 1 error in the above chart (prolly more):

CAMRY 41,514 41,892 3.2

378 less units vs. '06 is a -0.009% change, not a +3.2% change. I guess rounding up as above the percent change would be 0.0%

The percentages are adjusted for daily selling rate.

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There is at least 1 error in the above chart (prolly more):

CAMRY 41,514 41,892 3.2

378 less units vs. '06 is a -0.009% change, not a +3.2% change. I guess rounding up as above the percent change would be 0.0%

scion is really imploding! And in the face of heightened economy focus- what's happening, and how can I personally contribute to hastening it? :wink:

Wouldn't that be because the 2007 xA and xB are being discontinued to make way for the '08 xB and xD? Or weren't they not doing '07 models of them?

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Another best-ever month for Toyot... Wait, what!?

What the hell happened thsi month?

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Another best-ever month for Toyot... Wait, what!?

What the hell happened thsi month?

They still squeezed 7 best-evers in there despite the drop, lol.

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Actually, everything was off in July from furniture to real estate from what I can tell.

Still, the TURD is doing poorly for a "new truck"

Chris

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In June, the Tundra had $5089 average in incentives on the hood.

What's up with the Corolla? Did Hertz not put in any orders for July?

That would be the "Best-Ever" incentive ever put on a truck Edited by BuddyP
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i do not get where there turds are selling, they have to be lying? i see none around here.

MASSIVE sales declines pretty much everywhere else, too for the big T. wow, i hope this keeps up.

I see more Turds around here than GMT900s.... Of course, that's no surprise given the demographics and the notoriously high toyota numbers here.

Then again, my mom says I'm full of crap because she seems to be seeing a ton of GMT900s and not many Turds. I guess it's ll in what you notice.

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