Toyota stays ahead as top seller 2023
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Toyota has always been at the front of a lot of automotive development, especially Toyota Corollas in Pakistan. That car has become such a staple of efficiency and excellence in Pakistan, that you can see it in quite a lot of homes. Toyota itself stands as the epitome of reliability and long-running. Japanese variant cars of Toyota are some of the most reliable ones, including Toyota Passo, Toyota Vitz, Aqua and many more.

In recent news, Toyota Motor achieved a landmark by selling a record-breaking 11.2 million vehicles in 2023, securing its position as the world’s leading automaker for the fourth consecutive year. Yes, for the past 4 years now, Toyota has been the leading manufacturer of cars, the top seller of efficiency.


Toyota sales top at 4 years now
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Toyota Staying Crowned

The Japanese company witnessed a notable 7.2% surge in global group sales last year, which includes subsidiaries like Hino Motors and Daihatsu, driven by a remarkable performance in overseas markets where they sold 8.9 million vehicles. Daihatsu is one of the most sought after companies in Pakistan due to the 660cc production vehicles. The Daihatsu Mira, Boon and Move are some of the most popular cars in the country.

Despite facing challenges, including supply chain disruptions, Volkswagen Group, Toyota’s closest competitor, experienced a 12% increase in deliveries in 2023, totaling 9.2 million cars, marking a recovery from the pandemic’s impact. Toyota’s core brands, namely Toyota and Lexus, contributed significantly to the record sales, reaching 10.3 million vehicles in 2023. This is quite an impressive number and we hope it only goes higher because Toyota is certainly a brand of excellence.

cars being manufactured top for more than 3 years now
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Where Reliability Meets Efficiency

Approximately one-third of Toyota’s sales comprised gasoline-electric hybrids, while battery electric vehicles represented less than 1% of their total sales. A lot of people are going after hybrid vehicles because of their fuel efficiency and long-running capacities.

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