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April 15, 2015

Toyota Motor Philippines Reaches Milestone of 10,237 Units Sold in a Single Month!

The largest local car manufacturer in the country achieved its highest sales to date in a single month last March. Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) registered its record-breaking performance of 10,237 units sold. Its previous sales milestone was recorded last October 2014 with 10,163 units sold. Based on the most recent CAMPI report, Toyota registered a market share of 43.5% for the month.

During this record breaking run, the best-selling vehicle in the country has once again outperformed its best sales level since its introduction. The locally-manufactured Toyota Vios registered a total of 2,774 units continuing to show strength in the automotive industry. This is the highest record a single model has achieved in the history of the local automotive scene.

For the first three months of the year, TMP has reached 10,960 and 16,856 sales for its Passenger Car and Commercial Vehicle Segments respectively. In total, the number one car brand in the Philippines has already sold a  27,816 units in just the first quarter of the year. Compared to the same period of last year, Toyota’s performance grew by 22%.

In a statement, TMPC President Michinobu Sugata expressed “The continued robust economy has given us the momentum to achieve this sales milestone. Toyota has also foreseen that market demand will continue to strengthen especially before the long holiday as customers eagerly require new vehicles for out-of-town trips. That is why, we at Toyota, took action by ensuring supply of vehicles to meet the requirements of the consumers during this period.”

Sugata also added saying that “…With the launch of our summer “Drive Away Deals” promo, it even makes owning a Toyota more attainable. TMP is likewise extending this promo for the whole month of April for customers who would want to take advantage of this offer and purchase a vehicle this summer.”

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