Car-maker Toyota Kirloskar Motor today reported an over two-fold increase in sales to 13,956 units in November, 2011, driven by robust demand for its latest 'Etios' and 'Liva' models.
The company had sold 5,242 units in the corresponding month last year, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) said in a statement.
TKM, a joint venture between the world's largest car-maker Toyota and the Kirloskar Group, attributed the growth to healthy sales of its Etios sedan and small car Liva.
"We are very happy with the overwhelming response and confidence shown by our customers in the Etios and Etios Liva. The Etios series has sold a total of 8,271 units in November," TKM Deputy Managing Director (Marketing) Sandeep Singh said.
The company sold 3,943 units of the Etios and 4,328 units of the Liva last month. It also sold 4,308 units of multi-utility vehicle Innova.