Sales of new vehicles rose almost 27 percent in March compared to last March's sales, according to Time.
Toyota's sales, after recalls and controversy, rose 41 percent this march. General Motors also saw increases in sales.
"We're pretty encouraged by our results," said Susan Docherty, GM's vice president of marketing. "Our incentive spend is down significantly from last year."
Chrysler, on the other hand, sits behind with a decrease in sales of eight percent.