Toyota's U.S. sales fell 29 percent to 127,590 in June, and Lexus volume dropped 10 percent to 20,690, as tight supplies and reduced fleet shipments hampered efforts to recover from the COVID-19 shutdown. In the second quarter, Toyota volume slumped 36 percent to 347,573, and Lexus sales dropped 27 percent to 50,456.
Brands: Toyota down 29% in June, off 36% in Q2; Lexus down 10% in June, down 27% in Q2
Notable nameplates: Toyota Camry down 43% in June, off 48% in Q2; Corolla down 48% in June, off 46% in Q2; RAV4 down 13% in June, down 27% in Q2; Tacoma down 41% in June, off 20% in Q2; Lexus ES down 21% in June, off 38% in Q2; RX down 23% in June, down 35% in Q2
Incentives: $2,746 per vehicle, up 13% from June 2019, ALG says.
Average transaction price: $34,411 in June, up 3.6% from a year earlier, according to ALG.
Did you know? Toyota's RAV4 Hybrid crossover outsold the nonhybrid RAV4 for the first time ever in June, with 49 more hybrid RAV4s sold nationwide than gasoline-powered versions.