Toyota Kirloskar Motor in October 2023 did total sales of 20,542 units with the Innova (HyCross + Crysta) alone pulling 8,183 units in sales, making it the best-selling car for Toyota again except the numbers are down by 8% month-on-month growth wise.
Toyota October 2023 Car Sales
|Models||October 2023 Sales||September 2023 Sales||Difference in Units||Difference in %|
|Innova (Crysta + HyCross)||8,183||8,900||-717||-8.06%|
|Urban Cruiser Hyryder||3,987||3,804||183||4.81%|
In September 2023, the Toyota Innova (HyCross & Crysta) continues to be the leading car for Toyota, with combined sales of 8,183 units which is down by 8.06% compared to 8,900 units in September. At 2nd position is the rebadged Maruti Baleno, the Glanza with sales of 4,724 units which is slightly down from 4,727 units in September with decline by 0.06%. The Glanza comes with the same powertrain and features as the Baleno like the 360-degree camera, Heads-up Display, 9-inch infotainment system with wireless Apple Carplay/Android Auto, and few more.
Next is the Urban Cruiser Hyryder which is basically a rebadged Maruti Grand Vitara but with increased length. It did sales of 3,987 units which is up from the 3,804 units in September by 4.81%. Up next is the Fortuner with 2,475 units over the 2,874 units in September 2023 with decline in volume by 399 units. The Rumion is a rebadged Maruti Ertiga with same features between the two MPVs and did sales of 792 unit which is down from 1,461 units in September with decline in growth by 45.79%.
The Camry sales has gone down to 197 units from 259 units in September 2023 with 23.94% de-growth, and in the case for the Hilux, it’s sales are up to 181 units against the 143 units with growth in volume by 38 units. The updated new Vellfire sold 3 units while it sold nothing in September and the Land Cruiser LC300 sales are still at 0 Units.