Toyota 2023 U.S. Sales Reached 2,248,477 Vehicles, up 6.6%

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  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    [​IMG] Camry, Corolla, RAV4, and Tacoma lead the country in their respective segment sales results.

    Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – Jan. 3, 2024

    2023 Toyota RAV4 Prime

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    Despite a lack of dealership inventory, 26,073 were sold in the US in 2023.​

    Toyota reported year-end 2023 U.S. sales of 2,248,477 vehicles, up 6.6% over the 2,108,458 sold in 2022.

    2023 Toyota US Sales Highlights
    • Toyota's 2023 electrified vehicles sales of 565,800 represent 29.3 percent of total sales volume
    • Corolla was the number one selling compact car in America
    • Camry was the number one selling passenger car in America for the 22nd consecutive year
    • Tacoma was the number one small pickup in America for the 19th consecutive year
    • RAV4 was the best-selling SUV in the U.S. for 7th consecutive year
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    2023 Top 10 US Auto OEM Sales Rankings
    1. GM - 2,594,698 vehicles sold in 2023, up 14.1% over the 2,274,088 sold in all of 2022
    2. Toyota - 2,248,477 vehicles sold in 2023, up 6.6% over the 2,108,458 sold in all of 2022
    3. Ford - 1,995,912 vehicles sold in 2023, up 7.1% over the 1,864,464 sold in all of 2022
    4. Stellantis - 1,527,090 vehicles sold in 2023, down 1.3% below the 1,547,076 sold in all of 2022
    5. Honda - 1,308,186 vehicles sold in 2023, up 33.0% over the 983,507 sold in all of 2022
    6. Nissan - 898,796 vehicles sold in 2023, up 23.2% over the 729,350 sold in all of 2022
    7. Hyundai - 801,195 vehicles sold in 2023, up 10.6% over the 724,265 sold in all of 2022
    8. Kia - 782,451 vehicles sold in 2023, up 12.8% over the 693,549 sold in all of 2022
    9. Tesla - 654,888 vehicles sold in 2023, up 25.4% over the 522,444 sold in all of 2022
    10. Subaru - 632,086 vehicles sold in 2023, up 13.6% over the 556,581 sold in all of 2022
    2023 Top 10 US Auto Sales Leaders
    1. Ford F-Series - 750,789 vehicles sold in 2023, up 14.8% over the 653,957 sold in all of 2022
    2. Chevrolet Silverado - 555,148 vehicles sold in 2023, up 6.1% over the 523,249 sold in all of 2022
    3. Ram P/U - 444,926 vehicles sold in 2023, down 5.0% below the 468,344 sold in all of 2022
    4. Toyota RAV4 - 434,943 vehicles sold in 2023, up 8.8% above the 399,941 sold in all of 2022
    5. Tesla Model Y - 394,497 vehicles sold in 2023, up 56.5% over the 251,974 sold in all of 2022
    6. Honda CR-V - 361,457 vehicles sold in 2023, up 51.8% over the 238,155 sold in all of 2022
    7. GMC Sierra - 295,737 vehicles sold in 2023, up 22.4% over the 241,522 sold in all of 2022
    8. Toyota Camry - 290,649 vehicles sold in 2023, down 1.5% below the 295,201 sold in all of 2022
    9. Nissan Rogue - 271,458 vehicles sold in 2023, up 45.6% over the 186,480 sold in all of 2022
    10. Jeep Grand Cherokee - 244,594 vehicles sold in 2023, up 9.5% over the 223,345 sold in all of 2022
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  2. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi All:

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    And globally? Toyota had a record sales year in 2023 with 11,233,039 vehicles sold, up 7.2% over the 10,483,247 sold in all of 2022. Toyota global sales includes Toyota itself, Lexus, Daihatsu, and Hino.

    Toyota has solidified itself as the number one Automaker in the world ahead of VW (2023 global sales of 9.24 million vehicles, up 12.0%), Hyundai/Kia (2023 global sales of 7,302,669 vehicles, up 6.7%), Stellantis (2023 global sales of 6,392,600 vehicles, up 6.9 %), GM (2023 global sales of 6.19 million vehicles, up 7.1%), Ford (2023 global sales of 4,413,000 vehicles, up 4.2%), and Honda (2023 global sales of 4,188,039 vehicles, up 8.2%).

    China's SAIC reached 2023 global sales of 5.02 million vehicles, but a large percentage were NEVs.

    Wayne
     
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