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Toyota South Africa Sold 86,259 Vehicles From Jan-Sept, Suppplied 1.4 Million Parts To Dealership

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Toyota South Africa Sold 86,259 Vehicles From Jan-Sept, Suppplied 1.4 Million Parts To Dealership - autojosh

Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) says it sold a total of 86,259 vehicles from January to September of 2021. 

This translates to 24.9% of the total market share of 345,172 units sold in S.A from year-to-date.

It also suppplied no less than 1.4 million spare part pieces to its domestic dealer network.

Toyota South Africa Sold 86,259 Vehicles From Jan-Sept, Suppplied 1.4 Million Parts To Dealership - autojosh





Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) marked the end of the third quarter with a total of 86,259 vehicles sold since the beginning of the year. This is out of an industry total of 345,172 units and translates to a market share of 24.9% year-to-date for Toyota.

Toyota continued to lead the LCV segment, registering a total of 4,463 units shifted last month. Both Hilux (2,642) and Hiace (1,435) maintained supremacy in their respective segments.

The retail breakdown for the former was 1,284 Double Cab, 921 Single Cab and 437 Xtra Cab variants. The famed Land Cruiser 70 Series pick-up once again had a strong showing on the sales charts with 236 models sold.

Toyota’s truck division Hino sold a total of 216 trucks. Medium Commercial Vehicle sales contributed 123 units (17.1% market share), while Heavy Commercial Vehicles posted a total of 58 units (12.6% market share).

Toyota South Africa Sold 86,259 Vehicles From Jan-Sept, Suppplied 1.4 Million Parts To Dealership - autojosh

Toyota’s niche luxury brand Lexus had an admirable run with ES (22), NX (14) LX (7) and UX (8). TSAM is also proud that it supplied no less than 1,4 million part pieces to its domestic dealer network, while a further 335,000 pieces were shipped outside of the country.

Commenting on the September industry sales, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (naamsa) said:





“Overall, out of the total reported sales of 43 130 vehicles, an estimated 35 684 units, or 82.7%, represented dealer sales, an estimated 12.4% represented sales to the vehicle rental industry, 2.5% sales to government and 2.4% to industry corporate fleets.”

From a Toyota perspective, September was a very successful month with the brand posting a total of 10, 936 units – the highest number recorded since the beginning of the year. It is also the second time this year that Toyota’s passenger sales have surpassed those of LCV.

Source : Toyota





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