Toyota

Toyota_Camry-US-car-sales-statisticsToyota has been the #1 Japanese manufacturer in the US for many years, and the only one to really challenge the top US brands such as Chevrolet and Ford. That said, it suffered a further drop during the late 2000s crisis than most of its competitors, seeing its sales fall from over 2m/year in 2006 to only 1.3m/year in 2011. However, it has rebounded strongly since, and in 2015 is on course to beat its 2006 sales record.

The success of Toyota stems from offering dependable, inoffensive and reasonably-priced cars, or, if you’re a bit more cynical, from being the closest to a white-good carmaker, in essence the automative equivalent of a toaster oven or a dishwasher. No matter what your view may be, though, you can’t argue with the numbers: it has five segment-leading cars, from the Compact (Corolla), Mid-sized (Camry), Minivan (Sienna), Small Pickup (Tacoma) through to Alternative Power (Prius), as well as the Highlander (#2 Mid-sized SUV), Avalon (#3 Large) and RAV4 (#4 Compact SUV). In some way Toyota is in the US like VW is in Europe – any segment it touches it does well in.

Also find Toyota sales in Europe and Toyota China sales figures.

 

Toyota
All Models
2014
Toyota
All Models
2015
Toyota
All Models
2016
Toyota
All Models
2017
January 124.717 142.373 135.251 127.404
February 135.900 153.608 158.982 155.962
March 180.838 190.481 182.383 187.258
April 171.109 173.144 179.603 179.796
May 210.134 208.102 185.998 192.837
June 173.584 179.953 166.299 186.708
July 183.342 183.500 179.920
August 207.105 186.999 176.560
September 141.273 162.595 170.719
October 153.043 171.339 161.116
November 151.967 154.994 168.425
December 171.361 191.457 202.047

Toyota
All Models
Market
Share
2016 2.106.332 12,01%
2015 2.098.545 12,01%
2014 2.004.373 12,12%
2013 1.893.874 12,15%
2012 1.764.802 12,18%
2011 1.396.837 10,93%
2010 1.488.588 12,84%
2009 1.496.211 14,34%
2008 1.843.669 13,92%
2007 2.161.467 13,38%
2006 2.047.057 12,36%
2005 1.800.915 10,60%
2004 1.672.862 9,89%
2003 1.595.660 9,57%
2002 1.522.018 9,10%
2001 1.517.271 8,90%
2000 1.413.169 8,10%
1999 1.289.551 7,60%
1998 1.204.765 7,80%
1997 1.132.527 7,50%
1996 1.078.189 7,10%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Toyota Yaris, Corolla/Matrix, Prius, Camry, Venza, Avalon, Sienna, C-HR, RAV4, 4Runner, Highlander, FJ Cruiser, Sequoia, Land CruiserTacoma, Tundra, Mirai, Echo, Van, Celica, MR2 Spyder, Supra and any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

Toyota
All Models
2014
Toyota
All Models
2015
Toyota
All Models
2016
Toyota
All Models
2017
January 124.717 142.373 135.251 127.404
February 135.900 153.608 158.982 155.962
March 180.838 190.481 182.383 187.258
April 171.109 173.144 179.603 179.796
May 210.134 208.102 185.998 192.837
June 173.584 179.953 166.299 186.708
July 183.342 183.500 179.920
August 207.105 186.999 176.560
September 141.273 162.595 170.719
October 153.043 171.339 161.116
November 151.967 154.994 168.425
December 171.361 191.457 202.047

Toyota
All Models
Market
Share
2016 2.106.332 12,01%
2015 2.098.545 12,01%
2014 2.004.373 12,12%
2013 1.893.874 12,15%
2012 1.764.802 12,18%
2011 1.396.837 10,93%
2010 1.488.588 12,84%
2009 1.496.211 14,34%
2008 1.843.669 13,92%
2007 2.161.467 13,38%
2006 2.047.057 12,36%
2005 1.800.915 10,60%
2004 1.672.862 9,89%
2003 1.595.660 9,57%
2002 1.522.018 9,10%
2001 1.517.271 8,90%
2000 1.413.169 8,10%
1999 1.289.551 7,60%
1998 1.204.765 7,80%
1997 1.132.527 7,50%
1996 1.078.189 7,10%

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