- Toyota Innova Crysta leads the charts with 4225 units.
- Yaris was a disappointment with 232 units.
- Two units of Toyota Vellfire were dispatched, indicating an imminent launch.
Toyota India, at a time when almost every automaker is struggling for domestic sales, retailed 10,203 units in the month of September 2019 in the country. These numbers took the Japanese automaker to the fourth spot ahead of heavyweights like Tata, Honda, Renault, and Ford.
Although, it also faced a YoY de-growth of 18 percent but it was the least among all the brands mentioned before.
Toyota Innova Crysta was the torch-bearer for the company with sales of 4225 units in September 2019. Although, still it had a 35 percent de-growth as compared to September 2018. The Glanza launched a few months earlier, recorded its highest sale of 2773 units last month.
Units Sold in September 2019
Toyota Etios Liva & Cross
Toyota Innova Crysta
Toyota Land Cruiser
Toyota Corolla Altis
The biggest disappointment, though, came from Yaris as merely 232 units of the premium sedan were sold in the month of September. The Corolla Altis also had a low key affair with 84 units but it is understandable as the sedan is due for an update that might come anytime now.
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The Etios sedan also had a decent outing with 1252 units while the Fortuner SUV registered sales of 920 units in September 2019. The Etios Liva & Cross had a combined sales of 670 units, resulting in a YoY de-growth of 55 percent. Toyota Camry, launched earlier this year, found 34 buyers.
The biggest surprise was the dispatch of a couple of units of Vellfire MPV which indicates that it will be launched at the earliest now. The company's flagship product Land Cruiser, priced in excess of Rs 1 Crore, found 11 new customers.