Toyota worldwide vehicle production in November declined 7.8% vs. 2009 levels

Toyota Material Handling

Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) on December 24 announced its production, domestic sales and export results, including those for subsidiaries Daihatsu Motor Company Ltd. and Hino Motors Ltd., for November 2010.


 

NOVEMBER 2010 RESULTS Unit = one vehicle; figures in ( ) show year-on-year percentage change
  Toyota Daihatsu Hino Total
PRODUCTION IN JAPAN*1        
  Passenger cars 237,335 (-21.4) 44,907 (-9.4) - --- 282,242 (-19.7)
  Trucks & buses 25,975 (4.1) 8,715 (-35.3) 9,101 (16.7) 43,791 (-5.3)
Total 263,310 (-19.5) 53,622 (-14.9) 9,101 (16.7) 326,033 (-18.0)
SALES IN JAPAN*2        
  Passenger cars 87,620 (-38.8) 30,060 (-23.5) - --- 117,680 (-35.5)
  Trucks & buses 11,283 (25.3) 10,522 (-10.2) 2,540 (-6.5) 24,345 (3.8)
Total 98,903 (-35.0) 40,582 (-20.5) 2,540 (-6.5) 142,025 (-31.0)
EXPORTS        
  Passenger cars 133,184 (-10.1) 1,351 (-65.4) - --- 134,535 (-11.5)
  Trucks & buses 14,981 (-3.4) 200 (-70.0) 6,201 (23.3) 21,382 (0.8)
Total 148,165 (-9.4) 1,551 (-66.1) 6,201 (23.3) 155,917 (-10.0)
OVERSEAS
PRODUCTION*3
393,614 (0.3) 17,974 (78.3) 780 (333.3) 412,368 (2.4)
WORLDWIDE
PRODUCTION
656,924 (-8.7) 71,596 (-2.1) 9,881 (23.9) 738,401 (-7.8)
*1Includes kits for overseas assembly; *2includes overseas production; *3excludes kits from Japan



November 2010 Highlights (year-on-year)
PRODUCTION IN JAPAN
Toyota: Decrease

Daihatsu: Decrease

Hino: Increase

Toyota + Daihatsu + Hino: Decrease

SALES IN JAPAN
Toyota

  • Decrease
  • Lexus-vehicle sales totaled 1,938 units (58.0 percent decrease)
  • 48.6% share of market excluding minivehicles (3.2% decrease)


Daihatsu

  • Decrease
  • Minivehicle sales totaled approximately 40,300 units (20.1% decrease)
  • 33.5% share of minivehicle market (1.8% decrease)


Hino

  • Decrease
  • Standard-truck sales totaled approximately 1,400 units (18.3% decrease)
  • 38.0% share of the truck* market (3.9% increase)


Toyota + Daihatsu + Hino

  • Decrease
  • 43.9% share of market including minivehicles (3.3% decrease); first decrease in two months


* Maximum loading capacity of four tons or more; excluding imported trucks


EXPORTS
Toyota: Decrease, due to decreased exports to North America, Oceania and the Middle East

Daihatsu: Decrease, due to decreased exports to Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Europe

Hino: Thirteenth consecutive month of increase, due to increased exports to Asia, North America, Latin America, Europe and Africa

Toyota + Daihatsu + Hino: Decrease

OVERSEAS PRODUCTION
Toyota: First increase in three months, due to increased production in South Africa, Asia and other regions

Daihatsu: Thirteenth consecutive month of increase, due to increased production in Indonesia and other regions

Hino: Third consecutive month of increase, due to increased production in Asia

Toyota + Daihatsu + Hino: First increase in three months

Year To Date (January 1 to November 30, 2010)
 

Unit = one vehicle; figures in ( ) show year-on-year percentage change
  Toyota Daihatsu Hino Total
PRODUCTION IN JAPAN*1 3,039,026 (21.4) 616,477 (-2.0) 90,159 (51.9) 3,745,662 (17.3)
SALES IN JAPAN*2 1,486,629 (18.4) 569,849 (2.3) 26,617 (18.3) 2,083,095 (13.5)
EXPORTS 1,578,322 (22.6) 38,149 (-9.0) 63,695 (65.9) 1,680,166 (22.8)
OVERSEAS
PRODUCTION*3
3,989,438 (23.5) 143,133 (43.0) 10,436 (3654.0) 4,143,007 (24.3)
WORLDWIDE
PRODUCTION
7,028,464 (22.5) 759,610 (4.2) 100,595 (68.7) 7,888,669 (20.9)
*1Includes kits for overseas assembly; *2includes overseas production; *3excludes kits from Japan
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