The financial crisis has nearly come to a halt, and Japanese automakers, including Toyota and Honda are blazing the trail for industry growth so far this year for the auto industry. U.S. light-vehicle sales, in particular, have escalated 22 percent so far in 2012 as drivers continue to help the industry rebound by replacing their aging trucks, cars, and SUVs with new vehicles.
Since Toyota experienced losses last year due to the tragic tsunami and earthquake in Japan, it has rebounded with sales gains of 60 percent, with last month's sales up an amazing 60 percent overall, following an incredible increase of 87 in May versus 2011 numbers. And, according to Bob Carter, GM of Toyota Motor Sales, states "We expect to see continued stability in the automotive market during the second half of 2012 thanks to pent-up demand, low interest rates and a continued influx of new products.1
Last month, (June 2012) Toyota boasted two of the Top-10 best-selling vehicles according to Examiner.com. These two vehicles are the always popular Toyota Camry and the Toyota Corolla sedan. Both of these vehicles boast tons of comfort, safety, and technology features, and they're very family-friendly as well.
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