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BEST SELLING CARS IN AMERICA ARE TOYOTA

Monday, June 7th, 2010
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Update June 2011 Toyota has issued financial projections for its 2012 fiscal year, which began April 2011, just three weeks after the magnitude-9 earthquake and subsequent tsunami ripped the northeast region of Japan, battering the nation’s infrastructure and causing widespread production disruption in auto manufacturing and other heavy industries. Toyota said its profits likely will drop by about $1.6 billion compared with this fiscal 2011 due to the natural disaster disruptions.

2011 Camry

2011 Camry

Toyota expects global vehicle sales  in fiscal year 2012 to drop by about 68,000 vehicles. This, is a comparatively manageable number considering first-half sales, in the April-September period this year,2011, are expected to plunge by almost 800,000 units. Toyota plans to hike production in the second half of fiscal-year 2012 to make up for lost production.

EXPECTS TO TAKE A HIT AT BEING NUMBER ONE

Toyota expects to generate net income of about $3.4 billion fiscal 2012, a 30-percent slide from fiscal-year 2011’s $5 billion in profits. The plan for now is to systematically restore its manufacturing capacity, which was impacted mostly through disruptions to its supplier network. The company acknowledges renewed manufacturing vigor later this year almost certainly won’t be enough to save Toyota from loosing its position as the world’s largest automaker in terms of vehicle sales, a position it’s held since passing former General Motors Corp. in 2008. However, the company states that at the moment, there is no meaning for Toyota to be globally number one.

That’s a strong statement of undettered focus and confidence in the brand that makes many of America’s Best Selling Vehicles, Cars and Trucks; even in the face of huge setbacks. 

Still the Toyota Camry continues as one of the country’s bestselling cars — the Camry and Toyota Corolla continue to score top sales in their class. As of May 2011 they continue as the Bestselling of any Cars in America, second only to longtime leader, the F-Series pickup truck.

TOYOTA WILL BE POPULAR

What makes Toyota cars so popular? It’s a winning combination of affordability, reliability and brand perception. These vehicles consistently deliver great value in a package that people want and provide the best value in terms of total cost of ownership
 
One thing’s for sure: with a perpetual focus on excellence,You can expect Toyota to be back at number One Quickly.

TOYOTA SALES APRIL 2010 UP AS HIGH AS 34%

Monday, May 3rd, 2010
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Car Sales for Toyota may have risen 34 percent, according to the average of five analysts while car sales for General Motors rose only approximately 7%. Toyota extended the no-interest loans and discount leases it offered at car dealerships through April.rising sales

The yearly rate of domestic car sales in April may be less than the 11.7 million seasonally adjusted annualized pace in March, when Toyota first offered its biggest car dealerships incentives to counter global recalls, spurring competitors to add discounts.

Toyota began offering incentives on March 2 such as subsidized leases after worldwide recalls of more than 8 million vehicles to fix defects linked to unintended acceleration and to adjust brakes. The company probably spent an average $2,416 on incentives on each vehicle last month, according to TrueCar.com.

One Car Dealership Owner who has a Toyota and a Buick, GMC and Cadillac dealership in Iowa, said Toyota sales were up 30 percent at his Toyota store and sales increased about 20 percent among his GM brands.

“Sales were really pretty good, but not quite as good as March,” the owner said, adding that sales may keep gaining this year. “We’re seeing a lot more car dealership showroom traffic and a lot more Internet activity.