The Innova Crysta and Fortuner are seeing increased bookings, the company said.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) said its February 2022 sales fell by 38 percent to 8745 units in February 2022 as compared to the year-earlier period when it despatched 14,075 units to dealerships in the domestic market.
On a monthly basis, the the company reported 19 percent as against 7,328 units recorded in January 2022. Atul Sood, AVP, Sales and Strategic Marketing, TKM, said, “The overall sentiment in the market continues to remain positive as we witness a steady surge in demand trends. This has also led to a consistent rise in order bookings, especially for the Innova Crysta as well as the Fortuner and as a next step, we are looking forward to cater to the pending orders on our side”. The company recently opened bookings for the Hilux and is due to announce prices in this month.
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