Toyota US Sales Boom in May

Toyota US Sales Boom in May
Toyota Motors USA says its total sales for the month of May rose 72.9 percent compared to a year ago. In fact if you take the fact that May 2012 had 26 selling days and May 2011 only had 24 out of the equation, their sales were up 87.3 on a day basis.

The Toyota brand was the volume brand with 181,510 units, an increase of 74.4 percent over May
2011. Meanwhile, Lexus sales were up more modestly, only 61 percent to 21,463 units, while Scion came up with a 18.9 percent increase to 6,047 units led by the tC sports coupe.

"We're grateful to our customers who have made Toyota the number one retail brand in America for the third consecutive month," said Bob Carter, Toyota Division group vice president and general manager, Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. "Our growth has been driven by the success of our new products, led by Camry and Prius family, part of the most aggressive product launch in our history. With the much anticipated Scion FR-S on sale today and the continued recovery of the overall automotive market, we're confident our sales momentum will continue."

"With exciting new Lexus products reaching dealerships on a daily basis, inventories are at optimal levels, and we look forward to continued sales growth throughout the rest of the year," said Tim Morrison, Lexus Division vice president of sales and dealer development.
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