TORRANCE, Calif. (August 3, 2015) — Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., today reported July 2015 sales of 217,181 units, an increase of 0.6 percent from July 2014 on a volume basis. With the same amount of selling days in July 2015 as in July 2014, sales were up 0.6 percent on a daily selling rate (DSR) basis.
Toyota Division posted July 2015 sales of 187,365 units, down 0.6 percent on a volume and DSR basis.
"July auto sales showed no signs of slow down for the industry," said Bill Fay, Toyota Division group vice president and general manager. "Led by Tacoma sales, the Toyota division light trucks posted a best-ever July."
Lexus reported July sales of 29,816 units, up 9.1 percent from July 2014 on a volume basis and DSR basis.
“We continue to see strong demand for luxury utility vehicles. In fact, this past July marked the GX model’s best July sales since 2005,” said Jeff Bracken Lexus group vice president and general manager. “On the heels of strong sales of NX, and with a new LX and RX models arriving to showrooms in the coming months, we are very excited about the future of our lineup of luxury utility vehicles.”
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*Note: Unless otherwise stated, all figures reflect unadjusted raw sales volume
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