Toyota is still likely making more money, even though Volkswagen sold more cars. Continue Reading...
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Toyota has captured the title of world’s largest automaker for the fourth year in a row. Continue Reading...
With Toyota in the top spot in terms of global sales, Volkswagen has passed General Motors to take the number two spot. Continue Reading...
Toyota is believed to be planning to move some of its offices from California to Texas. Continue Reading...
Japan’s largest auto brand has once again captured the coveted title of world’s largest automaker. Continue Reading...
Tesla sales are booming and a portion of it comes courtesy of previous Toyota owners. Continue Reading...
Toyota sold more vehicle than any other major automaker in 2013, moving 9.98 million vehicles. Continue Reading...
Toyota (including Lexus and Scion) was the top-selling retail automaker last year, closing 2013 with 2,236,042 vehicles sold. Continue Reading...
Toyota now expects to sell 2.63 million vehicles in North America following a strong third quarter of sales where the Japanese automaker outsold Ford Motor Company for the first time in 15 quarters. Continue Reading...
The Toyota Corolla has been the butt of many automotive jokes for the past 15 years. While it’s always been a reliable and affordable vehicle, it’s generally lacked eye-catching style and exciting performance. But maybe, that’s exactly why it was so popular. Continue Reading...
Toyota is expected to report $4.5 billion in profits for the quarter ended in June, which would be triple General Motors‘ announcement of $1.4 billion. Continue Reading...
Over 60 percent of the hybrids on the road in California sport a Toyota emblem, the Japanese automaker has revealed. Continue Reading...
Toyota doesn’t expect to recapture the 17 percent market share in the U.S. it held four years ago. Continue Reading...
A solid sign of Toyota’s recovery, the Japanese automaker is expected to announce a post operating profit of around $13.1 billion for the year. Continue Reading...
Toyota released its first quarter sales numbers today, which sit above both General Motors and Volkswagen, though it is a tight race. Continue Reading...
After natural disasters wreaked havoc on production in 2011, Toyota has gained back its sales dominance, outselling both General Motors and the Volkswagen Group in 2012. Continue Reading...
2012 hasn’t even come to an end yet, and Toyota is already predicting that it’ll have a record sales year in 2013. Continue Reading...
Toyota is set to reclaim the title of world’s largest automaker in 2012 after ceding the title to General Motors last year. Continue Reading...
In 1935, the first Toyota G1 truck was built by the automotive department of Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd. Seventy-six years later and the automaker has manufactured 199,999,999 more vehicles, reaching the 200 million milestone. Continue Reading...
Toyota continues to enjoy success with its Prius family of models, as its plug-in hybrid sold 1,654 units in the month of April. The sales figure trumps its main competitors, the Chevrolet Volt (1,462 sold) and the Nissan Leaf (370 sold) making it the most popular plug-in vehicle last month in America. It’s no huge… Continue Reading...
This year has been a tough one for Toyota thanks to Mother Nature and her natural disasters. As if the tragic earthquake and tsunami in Japan wasn’t bad enough, Thailand experienced its worst floods in almost 70 years, disrupting Toyota’s production of their popular Camry and Prius models. As a result, Toyota has had… Continue Reading...
Toyota is banking on its plug-in Prius hybrid and other new models to help bring their sales numbers back to pre-2008 status, where Toyota had no trouble grabbing the global sales crown each year. Currently Toyota is poised to lose that trophy to General Motors, undoubtedly due to the earthquake in March in Japan and… Continue Reading...
Sales of the Prius in 2011 are expected to surpass even the number sold in 2010 says Toyota, despite the disastrous earthquake in Japan that limited production of the popular hybrid. Toyota has been shifting all its resources to ensure production of its hybrid model is top priority after hitting a 61-percent drop in June… Continue Reading...