Toyota Kirloskar Motor has announced sales of 3,866 units in the month of June 2020, down 63 percent compared to the 10,603 units sold in June 2019. In May 2020, TKM had sold a total of 1,639 units but it was a truncated month given the lockdown. 

With the gradual unlock being announced in May 2020 in several parts of the country, the company restarted its factory operations in Bidadi and subsequently started catering to the pending customer orders that had accumulated over the past few months. With lockdown regulations being relaxed in several parts of the country and with demand picking up in the market, Toyota dealers were able to mostly sell vehicles to customers from their held inventory in May 2020 thereby ensuring a lean inventory at the dealership by the end of May.

Commenting on the June numbers, Naveen Soni, senior vice-president (Sales & Service), TKM said, “With…

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