Toyota US Q1 2024 Sales Up 20.3% + the all-new, Hybrid only, 2025 Camry

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  1. xcel

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

    [​IMG] The fastest Q1 sales growth of all OEMs and over a third were electrified!

    Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – Apr. 2, 2024

    2025 Toyota Camry XLE

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    Toyota sold 565,098 vehicles in Q1 of 2024, up 20.3 percent over the 469,558 sold in the same quarter of last year. The sales highlight is not just the 20.3% sales rise but the fact that 206,850 of the 565,098 vehicles were electrified HEVs, PHEVs, or BEVs. This is 36.6 percent of total sales volume!
    Toyota Q1 2024 Highlights

    First quarter sales of electrified vehicles reached 206,850 vehicles, up an incredible 74.1 percent.

    The Toyota Prius, Prius Prime, Camry HEV, Crown and RAV4 HEV all posted triple-digit gains in Q1

    The all-hybrid Sienna sales were up 53.2 percent in Q1.

    On the Lexus side of the fence, Q1 electrified vehicle sales reached 29,072, up 61.1 percent over Q1 of 2023.

    The ES HEV, NX HEV, NX PHEV, RX HEV and LS HEV all posted strong double-digit gains in Q1.

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    Meet the all-new, 9th gen, 2025 (HEV-only) Toyota Camry

    The all-new 2025 Toyota Camry builds on that success of its predecessors but this time, in a Hybrid only offering surrounded by a new exterior, new and more modern interior, plus the brands latest safety and infotainment equipment.

    The 2025 Toyota Camry includes the 5th gen Toyota Hybrid System (THS 5) with an updated atkinsonized 2.5L I4 offering 225 net combined hp for the FWD models. Along with the power upgrade, the LE trim offers a 51 MPG rating. Yeah, I like that too!

    The 2025 Toyota Camry will be available for the first time with an Electronic AWD solution on all four trims: LE, SE, XLE and XSE.

    Another highlight is that the base LE trim arrives with a starting MSRP of $28,400, $400 less than the outgoing 24 LE Trimmed hybrid while offering much more advanced hardware and software.

    Underpinning the new 25 Camry is a retuned MacPherson strut front and multi-link rear suspension. The SE, XLE, and XSE trims have new shock absorbers and an even larger diameter front stabilizer bar.

    Like all of Toyota’s Hybrids, the all-new Camry includes a NORMAL, ECO and SPORT driving mode.

    2025 Toyota Camry Exterior Design

    The ninth-generation Camry includes a new hammerhead front face while all trims now include LED headlamps and DRLs.

    The most efficient trim (LE) arrives with std. 16” alloys like all the trims should be equipped with. The XLE/SE are only available with the 10% fuel robbing 18s and the XSE receives the 19” alloys.

    The XLE includes chrome Day light opening (DLO) surrounds and a chrome-finished Camry badge.

    The SE and XSE trims add sport-mesh front grilles, side sport rockers and black finishes. Functional front side air ducts, canards, rear spoiler and a rear diffuser improve aerodynamics. The Camry badge is gloss black on both SE trims.

    2025 Toyota Camry Interior Design

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    The SE comes with SofTex seats with white accents while the XSE adds a standard leather-trimmed ones with artistic “shooting blade” patterned perforations found on both the side door trim and seating surfaces. Both the SE and XSE trims come equipped with aluminum sport pedals and a leather-wrapped wheel with what I deem useless paddle shifters plus a leather-wrapped shift knob.

    The LE features a pattern woven fabric interior. The XLE is the first Camry to feature a combination of leather and Dinamica microfiber-trim. A quilted pattern with the Dinamica trim can also be found on the front door panels and dashboard.

    Toyota changed the shape and density of the seat cushion plus thankfully increased the bottom cushion length. The headrest was also softened and moved rearward. Heated front seats come standard on the XLE and XSE and are optional on the LE and SE grades. Front ventilated seats are available on the XLE/XSE trims while a heated steering wheel and 8-way power driver and 8-way power passenger seats are standard.

    The XLE and XSE trims also include front-side acoustic laminated glass to help reduce wind noise and an available power tilt and slide panoramic roof with a power-retractable sunshade.

    The XLE also offers an available driver’s memory seat, memory side view mirrors, and automatic rain-sensing wipers.

    A 7” digital gauge cluster is standard on the LE and SE, while the XLE/XSE includes a 12.3” digital gauge cluster. The XLE and XSE can be equipped with a 10” Head-Up Display (HUD). I have found HUDs to be gimmicky, but many others differ with this assessment.

    The Infotainment system includes an 8” touchscreen display or an available 12.3” screen. All trims include wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and pairs well with the standard Qi wireless charging pad. Five USB ports, with three in the front (2 USB-C and 1 USB-A media port) and two in the rear (1 USB-C and 1 USB-A) are standard on all trims.

    A nine speaker JBL Premium Audio system is available on the XLE and XSE trims.

    2025 Toyota Camry Safety

    The 2025 Toyota Camry comes standard with Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (RCTA) and Safe Exit Alert.

    Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) 3.0 safety suite is also standard and includes:
    • Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
    • Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
    • Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist
    • Lane Tracing Assist: Lane Tracing Assist (LTA)
    • Road Sign Assist
    • Automatic High Beams (AHB)
    • Proactive Driving Assist (PDA)
    The XLE and XSE grades can be equipped with a Premium Plus Package which includes:
    • Traffic Jam Assist
    • Front Cross-Traffic Alert
    • Lane Change Assist
    • Panoramic View Monitor
    • Front and Rear Parking Assist with Auto Braking
    2025 Toyota Camry SE

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    US Q1 2024 Top 10 US Auto OEM Sales Ranks
    1. GM - 594,233 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, down 1.5% below the 603,208 sold during Q1 of 2023
    2. Toyota - 565,098 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 20.3% over the 469,558 sold during Q1 of 2023
    3. Ford - 508,083 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 6.8% over the 475,906 sold during Q1 of 2023
    4. Stellantis - 332,540 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, down 9.7% below the 368,327 sold during Q1 of 2023
    5. Honda - 303,451 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 17.3% over the 284,507 sold during Q1 of 2023
    6. Nissan - 252,735 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 7.2% over the 235,818 sold during Q1 of 2023
    7. Hyundai - 184,804 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 0.2% over the 184,449 sold during Q1 of 2023
    8. Kia - 179,621 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, down 2.5% below the 184,136 sold during Q1 of 2023
    9. Subaru - 152,996 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 6.7% over the 143,379 sold during Q1 of 2023
    10. Tesla - 140,025 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, down 13.3% below the 161,630 sold during Q1 of 2023
    Q1 2024 Top 10 US Auto Model Sales Leaders
    1. Ford F-Series incl. LD and HD - 152,943 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, down 10.2% below the 170,377 sold in Q1 of 2023
    2. Chevrolet Silverado incl. LD and HD - 129,987 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 0.4% over the 126,992 sold in Q1 of 2023
    3. Toyota RAV4 - 124,822 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 47.4% over the 84,704 sold in Q1 of 2023
    4. Tesla Model Y - 96,729 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 1.4% above the 95,362 sold in Q1 of 2023
    5. Honda CR-V - 95,038 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 41.3% over the 67,241 sold in Q1 of 2023
    6. Nissan Rogue - 90,804 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 8.7% over the 76,499 sold in Q1 of 2023
    7. RAM P/U incl. LD and HD - 89,417 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, down 15.1% below the 105,350 sold in Q1 of 2023
    8. Toyota Camry - 78,337 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 18.6% over the 66,037 sold in Q1 of 2023
    9. GMC Sierra incl. LD and HD - 68,597 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 0.1% over the 67,198 sold in Q1 of 2023
    10. Honda Civic - 61,929 vehicles sold in Q1 of 2024, up 36.0% over the 45,458 sold in Q1 of 2023
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    US Q1 2024 EV Sales

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