Car Sales May 2016: Toyota Kirloskar Motor sells 13,190 units; Innova Crysta receives close to 20,000 bookings

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Toyota Kirloskar Motor sales May 2016

In the month of May 2016, Toyota Kirloskar Motor sold a total of 12,200 units in the domestic market thereby registering a growth of 6% when compared to the same period last year. The company exported 990 units of the Etios series this month. Toyota Kirloskar Motor had sold 11,511 units in the domestic market and exported 1,448 units of the Etios series in May 2015. The company registered a 2% overall growth in sales in May 2016 when compared to the corresponding period last year.

The recently introduced Innova Crysta which was launched in May, received a very good response from the market. Within a month, the Innova Crysta has received close to 20,000 booking orders with a waiting period of 2-4 months across India. The Toyota Etios and Toyota Liva have also registered 6% and 9% growth respectively in May 2016 when compared to the same period last year. The Camry has clocked a growth of 63% when compared to the corresponding period last year, with 90% of it is contributed by the Camry Hybrid.

New Toyota Innova Crysta (140)

Commenting on the monthly sales, Mr. N. Raja, Director & Sr. Vice President, Sales & Marketing – Toyota Kirloskar Motor said, “We launched the Innova Crysta this month and have received an overwhelming response from our customers. The Innova Crysta has already received close to 20,000 booking orders within a month of its launch. We would like to thank our customers for placing their trust in our products.

However, we keenly look forward to a favorable decision on the ban of registration of diesel vehicles above 2000cc in NCR which has been affecting the legitimate interests of TKM and its dealers in NCR. We along with a couple of other industry players are the only ones affected. This has been affecting our sales over the last six months and we are hopeful that the Hon’ble Supreme Court will consider our pleadings and lift the ban,” concluded Mr. N. Raja.

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