Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Toyota Motor wants to sell new 6000 Camry Sedan in South Korea

Toyota Motor Corp. wants to sell the new 6000 Camry sedan in South Korea this year, almost triple the 2020 units sold in 2011, Korea Toyota CEO of Tommy H. Nakabayashi, said Wednesday.

"We've lowered the price to KRW3 billion ($ 2.630), but adds more options for the new Camry sales to raise here," said Kim Sung-hwan, a spokesman for Toyota in Korea, told Dow Jones Newswires.

The president of Toyota Motor, Akio Toyoda, has been in Seoul Wednesday to encourage and help dealers launch Camry.

The Japanese company expects a better year than last year when he suffered supply disruptions caused by the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan and floods in Thailand, said the spokesman.

Toyota wants to double to 10 000 sales of all Toyota vehicles in Korea this year, excluding the Lexus brand.

The company gave no sales target for 2012 Lexus. He sold 4,111 vehicles last year.

The new Camry comes with a gasoline engine or a 2.5-liter hybrid fuel costs of 2.5 liters KRW42.9 KRW33.9 million, respectively.

It is on sale on Wednesday and is the second Toyota imported from the United States to do so, since the Sienna minivan in November.

Toyota has been selling cars manufactured in the United States in Korea due to the strong Japanese yen drives up competing versions and also reduces market income abroad when repatriated.
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