Toyota had its best November ever, as it clocked 207,857 vehicle sales.
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That’s an increase of more than 9 percent on a volume basis and a 5 percent uptick in daily selling rate compared to November 2018, according to the company.
The Toyota division saw 177,764 car sales, a surge of about 8 percent on a volume basis and a 4 percent daily selling rate. For the brand’s Lexus division, 30,093 cars were sold, an increase of nearly 14 percent in volume and a 9 percent daily selling rate.
Here’s a closer look at the numbers:
- RAV4 sales increased 26.4 percent, led by RAV4 Hybrid with 10,057 units sold
- 4Runner sales up 7.8 percent
- Tacoma sales increased 5.3 percent
- C-HR sales up 5.8 percent
- Corolla sales increased 17.3 percent
- Prius sales increased 11.9 percent
- Camry sales up 4.3 percent
- Land Cruiser sales increased 2.8 percent
- Total Toyota division car sales increased 8.6 percent
- Total Toyota division SUV sales increased 14.1 percent
- Total Toyota division light truck sales increased 8.3 percent
- Total Toyota division hybrid sales increased 68.4 percent
- NX sales up 14.2 percent, led by NX Hybrid with 1,051 units sold
- RX sales increased 12.5 percent, boosted by RX Hybrid sales of 1,641
- GX sales increased 34.6 percent
- RC sales increased 111.3 percent
- ES sales up 7.7 percent
- Total Lexus division luxury SUV (LUV) sales up 24.0 percent;
- Total Lexus division hybrid sales increased 51.4 percent;
Both the Toyota RAV4 and Lexus NX hybrids outperformed compared to last year as the company makes a push to more eco-friendly vehicles and remains “committed to advancing sustainable, next-generation mobility,” the company said.