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Toyota best sales in March 2017 for small and medium cars

March 2017 Car Sales Data – Light Cars:March 2017 Car Sales Data – Light Cars:March 2017 Car Sales Data – Light Cars ($25,000+):Audi A1 – 76 (-64.7%)Citroen DS3 – 30 (>999%)MINI Clubman – 28 (-61.1%)MINI Hatch – 192 (-10.3%)Peugeot 208 – 44 (-13.7%)March 2017 Car Sales Data – Small Cars:March 2017 Car Sales Data – Small Cars ($40,000+):March 2017 Car Sales Data – Medium Cars:March 2017 Car Sales Data – Medium Cars ($60,000+):March 2017 Car Sales Data – Large Cars:March 2017 Car Sales Data – Large Cars ($70,000+):March 2017 Car Sales Data – Upper Large Cars ($100,000-):Chrysler 300 – 28 (-3.4%)Holden Caprice 72 (-38.5%)March 2017 Car Sales Data – Upper Large Cars ($100,000+):March 2017 Car Sales Data – Sports Cars ($80,000-):March 2017 Car Sales Data – Sports Cars ($80,000+):March 2017 Car Sales Data – Sports Cars ($200,000+):
Hyundai and Kia took the gold in the fast-shrinking micro and light car segments and the Ford Mustang continued its dominance in the sports car segment.
Another strong month for Corolla and Camry in March…The data is in once again it was Toyota that finished last month at the top of the new car sales charts (details here).
The VFACTS data also shows that the Camry continues to dominate the medium car segment, and while sales were down for the model, Holden’s Commodore was the vehicle to beat in the large car segment.
It was the HiLux that topped the market overall, however the Corolla was right up there again.

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Toyota pickup sales have worst quarter since 2011 despite overall strong market

Toyota pickup sales have worst quarter since 2011 despite overall strong market. Photo: Joe Wilssens /Joe Wilssens Photography, Inc.
Toyota pickup sales have worst quarter since 2011 despite overall strong market 1 / 1 Back to GalleryU.S. auto sales continue to fall following last year’s record performance, slumping 1.6 percent in March despite generous incentive packages for buyers.
Toyota’s midsize Tacoma pickup truck has seen sales decline in the first quarter of 2017, the worst start to a year since at least 2014.
That’s a 4.8 percent decrease from the same period in 2016 and the company’s worst quarterly performance for pickup sales since the second half of 2011.
For the first quarter, Tacoma sales are down 2.4 percent, or 1,083 vehicles, to 43,493.
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As it stated in The slump is attributed to a drop in sales of the Tundra and Tacoma trucks.
Enlarge Toyota dealers sold about 2,300 fewer Tundra trucks in the U.S. in the first quarter of… moreToyota sold 70,111 pickup trucks in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2017.
Enlarge Toyota dealers sold about 2,300 fewer Tundra trucks in the U.S. in the first quarter of… moreToyota dealers moved 43,493 Tacoma trucks off their lots in January through March.
The drop in Tacoma purchases follows a year in which Toyota saw sales of the smaller truck increase by 6.7 percent.
Sales of the larger pickup truck were down 9.1 percent in the quarter.

collected by :Edison Noah

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