Toyota US Sales Increase in November Backed by Prius, Camry

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Toyota has reported its first sales increase a sales increase in November of 6.7 percent, its first in seven months since April. Shares of the company also grew, as the results topped analysts’ estimates, due to the fact that sales of light vehicles saw their biggest gain in two years.
During the month of November, Toyota delivered 137,960 cars and light trucks to its US customers. Other Japanese automakers were also blessed, as NIssan posted a 19 percent gain for the month.

November’s results came on the back of the new Camry, of which Toyota sold 13 percent more, and the Prius and the new Prius V wagon model, of which they sold almost 50 percent.
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