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Toyota Motor North America Reports February 2019 Sales

  • Tacoma sales increased 10.2 percent; up for the 16th consecutive month
  • Highlander sales up 8.9 percent; a best-ever February
  • Lexus RXh sales up 52.5 percent; a best-ever February
  • Lexus Luxury SUV sales up 7.0 percent; a best-ever February
March 01, 2019
February 2019 Sales Chart

PLANO, Texas (March 1, 2019) – Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) today reported February 2019 sales of 172,748 vehicles, a decrease of 5.2 percent from February 2018 on a volume and daily selling rate (DSR) basis.
 
Toyota division posted February sales of 152,626 units, down 6.3 percent on a volume and DSR basis.
 
Lexus posted February sales of 20,122 vehicles, up 4.4 percent on a volume and a DSR basis.
 
February 2019 Highlights  
  • Corolla sales up 16.0 percent
  • Highlander sales increased 8.9 percent; a best-ever February
  • C-HR sales increased 7.3 percent; a best-ever February
  • Tacoma up 10.2 percent; a best-ever February
  • Land Cruiser sales increased 52.5 percent
  • LX sales up 6.8 percent
  • ES sales increased by 23.8 percent in February
  • RC sales up 50.0 percent
  • NXh sales up 39.8 percent; a best-ever February
  • RXh sales up 52.5 percent
  • Lexus Hybrid sales up 112.3 percent
  • Lexus Luxury SUV sales up 7.0 percent; a best-ever February

 
*Note: Unless otherwise stated, all figures reflect unadjusted raw sales volume.

Toyota_Motor_North_America_Reports_February_2019_Sales_Chart_Final.pdf

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