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2008 Toyota range with TRD HiLux and TRD Aurion (front)
Toyota Australia set new records in 2007 with unprecedented sales of 236,647 from its range of vehicles.
Toyota had four vehicles in the nation's top 10 best sellers for 2006 - Corolla (2nd), HiLux (4th), Camry (6th) and Yaris (7th). Pictured (counter clockwise from front) are Corolla Conquest hatch, Camry Grande, HiLux SR5 4x4 dual cab and Yaris YRX with a sports body kit.
Toyota became market leader in passenger-car sales for the first time in its 43-year history in Australia, largely thanks to its fuel-efficient four-cylinder cars Corolla, Camry, Prius and Yaris. Pictured (clockwise from front) are the Corolla Conquest hatch, Camry Grande, Prius and Yaris YRX with a sports body kit.
Toyota set an outright record of 213,389 vehicle sales in 2006, becoming the first company in almost 30 years to win the automotive "triple crown" - number one in overall sales, number one in passenger cars and number one in commercial vehicles. Pictured is the Toyota range.
Toyota was the highest-selling manufacturer in NSW for 2005. Three of its stars were (clockwise from top) Camry four-cylinder, Corolla and Yaris.
Toyota's wide range of vehicles propelled the company to the top of Queensland's sales in 2005.
Toyota HiLux 4x4 pick-up (front) and HiAce bus and van were number one in their light commercial vehicle segments.
Toyota Corolla (front), Yaris (mid) and Camry (rear).
Toyota claimed number one position in seven of the 13 sales segments in which it competes.