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    Toyota Sales Increase More Than 60 Percent in June 2012


TORRANCE, Calif. (July 3, 2012) – Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., today reported June 2012 sales results of 177,795 units, an increase of 54.3 percent compared to the same period last year on a daily selling rate (DSR) basis. On a raw volume basis, unadjusted for 27 selling days in June 2012 compared to 26 selling days in June 2011, TMS sales were up 60.3 percent from the year-ago month.

The Toyota Division posted June total sales of 157,773 units, an increase of 51.7 percent on a DSR basis from June 2011. On a raw volume basis, Toyota Division sales were up 57.5 percent from the year-ago month.

For the first half of the year, TMS reported sales of 1,046,096 units. With 154 selling days in the first half of 2012, compared to 152 selling days during the first half of 2011, sales were up 27.0 percent on a DSR basis from the same period last year. On a raw volume basis, unadjusted for two extra selling days in 2012, sales were up 28.7 percent during the first half of the year.

“June and first-half year sales were driven by consumer interest in our new models including the Prius c, the newest member of the Prius family, and the Camry, the best-selling car in America," said Bob Carter, Toyota Division group vice president and general manager, Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. "We expect to see continued stability in the automotive market during the second half of 2012 thanks to pent-up demand, low interest rates and a continued influx of new products."

The Lexus Division reported total sales of 20,022 units in June 2012, up 79.0 percent from June 2011 on a DSR basis. Volume-wise, Lexus Division sales were up 85.9 percent compared to the same period last year.

Toyota Division
Toyota Division passenger cars recorded combined monthly sales of 90,079 units, up 68.1 percent from June 2011. Passenger car sales were led by Camry and Camry Hybrid with combined sales of 32,107 units, and Corolla reported combined June sales of 26,647 units. The Prius family of vehicles posted June sales of 19,150 units.

Toyota Division light trucks recorded June sales of 67,694 units, an increase of 34.3 percent compared to the same month last year. Light truck sales were led by the RAV4 compact SUV and Tacoma mid-size pickup truck, with monthly sales of 15,129 and 11,864 respectively. Highlander and Highlander Hybrid reported combined sales of 10,379 units, and the Tundra full-size pickup reported sales of 8,693 unit.

Scion posted June sales of 8,400 units, up of 134.1 percent over June 2011. The newly launched FR-S sports car led the way with sales of 2,684. The tC sports coupe reported sales of 2,128 units, flat year-over-year. The xD five-door urban subcompact posted sales of 1,017 units, and the xB urban utility vehicle posted June sales of 1,869 units. The all-new iQ premium micro-subcompact posted monthly sales of 702 units.

Lexus Division
Lexus reported passenger car sales of 10,247 units, up 99.7 percent from June 2011. The ES 350 entry luxury sedan led Lexus passenger car sales with sales of 3,780 units, while the IS luxury sports sedan reported sales of 2,572 units. The CT 200h premium hybrid compact posted 1,387 units.

Lexus luxury utility vehicles recorded sales of 9,775 units, up 61.4 percent over June 2011. Lexus light truck sales were led by the RX and RX Hybrid luxury utility vehicle, which posted combined June sales of 8,641 units. The GX 460 mid-size luxury utility vehicle reported sales of 808 units, while the LX luxury utility vehicle recorded sales of 326 units.

TMS Hybrids
TMS posted June sales of 25,776 hybrid vehicles, an increase of 335.2 percent compared to the same period last year. Toyota Division posted June sales of 23,105 hybrids, while Lexus Division reported sales of 2,671 hybrids for the month.

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TOYOTA U.S. SALES SUMMARY
June, 2012
-- CURRENT MONTH -- -- CALENDAR YEAR TO DATE --
DSR % VOL % DSR % VOL %
2012 2011 CHG CHG 2012 2011 CHG CHG
TOTAL TOYOTA 177795 110937 54.3 60.3 1046096 812788 27 28.7
TOTAL TOYOTA DIV. 157773 100164 51.7 57.5 937964 724778 27.7 29.4
TOTAL LEXUS 20022 10773 79 85.9 108132 88010 21.3 22.9
YARIS 2007 1402 37.9 43.2 19971 11689 68.6 70.9
COROLLA 26647 18872 36 41.2 151726 136747 9.5 11
PRIUS 19150 4340 324.9 341.2 126654 66520 87.9 90.4
CAMRY 32107 21375 44.6 50.2 213903 147469 43.2 45
AVALON 1768 2171 -21.6 -18.6 16651 13441 22.3 23.9
SCION FR-S 2684 0 N/A N/A 2770 0 N/A N/A
SCION iQ 702 0 N/A N/A 5084 0 N/A N/A
SCION xD 1017 575 70.3 76.9 5502 5156 5.3 6.7
SCION xB 1869 828 117.4 125.7 10206 8580 17.4 19
SCION tC 2128 2053 -0.2 3.7 11559 12885 -11.5 -10.3
TOTAL SCION 8400 3456 134.1 143.1 35121 26621 30.2 31.9
TOTAL TOYOTA DIV. CAR 90079 51616 68.1 74.5 564026 402487 38.3 40.1
CT 1387 240 456.5 477.9 9446 3768 147.4 150.7
HS 10 159 -93.9 -93.7 622 1357 -54.8 -54.2
IS 2572 1631 51.9 57.7 14194 13015 7.6 9.1
ES 3780 2158 68.7 75.2 18265 16596 8.6 10.1
GS 2020 286 580.1 606.3 11070 2080 425.3 432.2
LS 476 459 -0.1 3.7 3036 4201 -28.7 -27.7
SC 0 2 -100 -100 2 17 -88.4 -88.2
LFA 2 7 -72.5 -71.4 24 29 -18.3 -17.2
TOTAL LEXUS CAR 10247 4942 99.7 107.3 56659 41063 36.2 38
TOTAL TOYOTA CAR 100326 56558 70.8 77.4 620685 443550 38.1 39.9
RAV4 15129 9105 60 66.2 89438 73155 20.7 22.3
FJ CRUISER 1074 1006 2.8 6.8 6378 6871 -8.4 -7.2
VENZA 4210 3384 19.8 24.4 19503 17950 7.2 8.7
HIGHLANDER 10379 7332 36.3 41.6 57444 47937 18.3 19.8
4RUNNER 4230 2717 49.9 55.7 22488 21935 1.2 2.5
SIENNA 10728 9267 11.5 15.8 58985 54945 6 7.4
SEQUOIA 1093 925 13.8 18.2 6249 5895 4.6 6
LAND CRUISER 294 66 329 345.5 1189 860 36.5 38.3
TOTAL TOYOTA DIV. SUV 36409 24535 42.9 48.4 202689 174603 14.6 16.1
TACOMA 11864 8131 40.5 45.9 67153 52895 25.3 27
TUNDRA 8693 6615 26.5 31.4 45111 39848 11.7 13.2
TOTAL TOYOTA DIV. PICKUP 20557 14746 34.2 39.4 112264 92743 19.5 21
TOTAL TOYOTA DIV. TRUCK 67694 48548 34.3 39.4 373938 322291 14.5 16
RX 8641 5141 61.9 68.1 44017 39838 9.1 10.5
GX 808 558 39.4 44.8 4888 5636 -14.4 -13.3
LX 326 132 137.8 147 2568 1473 72.1 74.3
TOTAL LEXUS TRUCK 9775 5831 61.4 67.6 51473 46947 8.2 9.6
TOTAL TOYOTA TRUCK 77469 54379 37.2 42.5 425411 369238 13.7 15.2
SELLING DAYS 27 26 154 152

 

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Holy cats, they are moving a few FRS Sports cars.

Glad to see it doing well, it is a nice product.

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