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Toyota July Sales: Market shaken by bumper demand for Toyota vehicles, so many vehicles sold within 30 days

New Delhi.
Toyota Sales Report July 2022:
Toyota Kirloskar Motor has released the sales report for July 2022. The company sold 19,693 units last month. Whereas, in the month of July last year, the company sold 13,105 units. That is, the company’s sales have increased by 50 percent in the month of July this year as compared to the month of July last year. At the same time, compared to June 2022, the company’s sales have registered a growth of 19 percent. Let us inform that in the month of June this year, 16,500 vehicles of the company were sold. Let us tell you that the sales of Toyota last month are the highest sales of the company in any month so far.

Expressing his views, Atul Sood, Associate Vice President, Sales & Strategic Marketing, TKM said, “The month of July has been phenomenal for the company. In terms of sales as well as our endeavor towards “mass electrification” in India, as we unveiled the first self-charging robust hybrid electric vehicle in the high volume B SUV segment – ​​the Urban Cruiser Haider. The response to the model has been exceptional, particularly the customer’s preference for robust hybrids, further reiterating Toyota’s global prowess in manufacturing and selling electrified vehicles around the world. We are delighted with such encouraging response and would like to thank our customers for trusting the brand.”

Atul Sood further added, “Last month also witnessed the highest ever wholesale sales of TKM in a month since we started operations in India. Also reinforces the popularity of the models. The Urban Cruiser along with the cool new Glanza is gaining momentum and also garnering very enthusiastic booking orders. Camry Hybrid and Vellfire also continue to garner healthy customer orders Has happened.

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