USA
Lexus USA has reported 28,902 total sales for July 2017, a 7.8% increase over last year — here’s the model-by-model breakdown:
MONTH
Year to Date (*DSR)
2017
2016
% CHG*
2017
2016
% CHG*
CT
442
849
45.9
4,368
5,364
18.1
IS
2,443
3,461
26.6
14,771
20,560
27.8
RC
522
977
44.4
3,621
6,269
41.9
ES
6,641
5,497
25.6
28,441
33,390
14.3
GS
652
1,218
44.3
4,205
8,670
51.2
LS
402
433
3.4
2,257
3,311
31.4
LC
313
0
0
1,158
0
0
LFA
1
0
0
1
6
83.2
Total Cars
11,416
12,435
4.5
58,822
77,570
23.7
NX
5,406
4,689
19.9
31,429
27,979
13
RX
9,632
8,522
17.5
56,369
57,934
2.2
GX
2,075
1,918
12.5
12,972
13,068
0.2
LX
373
326
19
3,070
2,903
6.4
Total Trucks
17,486
15,455
17.7
103,840
101,884
2.5
Total Sales
28,902
27,890
7.8
162,662
179,454
8.8
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. July 2017 had 25 selling days, July 2016 had 26 selling days.
The ongoing Golden Opportunity Sales event has breathed new life into Lexus sales in the USA, with multiple models having their best month in quite some time. It all adds up to the second-best July in the brand’s history. The ES is the lone car to show a sales increase, and its 6,641 units sold is the best month for the mid-size sedan in a decade. The NX also turned in its best-ever July, and the LX and RX both showed significant jumps.
Here’s how Lexus did against the German Three:

Canada
Lexus Canada has reported their 13th consecutive monthly sales record with 2,018 luxury vehicles sold, up 7.2% compared to last year. As expected, the SUVs are playing a big part in the success — RX sales are up 19.4% to 740 sales, and NX sales set a July record with 624 units sold.