USA
Lexus USA has reported 25,401 total sales for May 2017, a 8.6% decrease over last year — here’s the model-by-model breakdown:
MONTH
Year to Date (*DSR)
2017
2016
% CHG*
2017
2016
% CHG*
CT
825
797
0.6
3,311
3,730
11.2
IS
2,367
2,879
21.1
10,225
14,351
28.8
RC
517
823
39.7
2,600
4,505
42.3
ES
4,228
5,373
24.5
17,134
22,833
25
GS
615
1,111
46.9
2,907
6,101
52.4
LS
317
712
57.3
1,555
2,349
33.8
LC
419
0
0
419
0
0
LFA
0
0
0
0
5
100
Total Cars
9,288
11,695
23.8
38,151
53,874
29.2
NX
5,009
4,031
19.3
21,426
19,221
11.5
RX
8,849
8,804
3.5
38,329
41,367
7.3
GX
1,851
1,859
4.4
9,157
9,052
1.2
LX
404
293
32.4
2,299
2,271
1.2
Total Trucks
16,113
14,987
3.2
71,211
71,911
1
Total Sales
25,401
26,682
8.6
109,362
125,785
13.1
Please note, all percentages are calculated by the Daily Sales Rate (DSR), which takes into account the number of days in the month that dealerships could sell cars. May 2017 had 25 selling days, May 2016 had 24 selling days.
The big news of the month is the introduction of the New LC 500 & LC 500h — the new flagship coupe performed well with 419 sales in its first month.
The SUV lineup continues to carry the bulk of the sales load, with every car struggling to match last year — here’s what Lexus USA general manager Jeff Bracken had to say:
“As we press further into 2017, Luxury Utility Vehicles continue to lead Lexus sales, with a best-ever May for the NX and our total LUV lineup,” said Jeff Bracken, Lexus group vice president and general manager. “But continued interest in utility vehicles is not our only news—sales of the LC 500 and LC 500h kicked-off in May to a great start, exceeding our expectations and allowing our new LC owners to experience amazing.”


Canada
Lexus Canada recorded its eleventh straight month of record sales, with 2,282 units sold. This is 11.9% increase over last year.
The LC also started sales in Canada, with 11 units sold. On the flip side, the Lexus RX was the big seller — the midsize crossover sold 833 units, a 24% increase over last year.