TOYOTA still the number 1 selling car brand in the Philippines

TOYOTA still the number 1 selling car brand in the Philippines

Manila : Philippines | Jan 09, 2012 at 6:05 AM PST
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In a joint report made by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. and Truck Manufacturers Association of the Philippines the Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation is still the country's no.1 automaker in the country for 2011.

Although the sales of Toyota droppeds last year they maintain the number post as the best selling car brand. As it was remenbered that Japan tsunami and earthquake and Thailand's long running flood makes the lesser supply of the units. In 2011 a 54,593 units able to sell making 4% drop compared to the 2010 sells 56,855 units.

Here is the complete data of cars sold and its comparison to the previous year.

TOYOTA 54,593 units (2011) 56,855 units (2010)

MITSUBISHI 32,603 units(2011) 34,422 units (2010)

FORD 12,916 units (2011) 9,751 units (2010)

HONDA 11,611 units (2011) 16,604 units (2010)

ISUZU 9,820 units(2011) 10,695 units (2010)

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shiela marie martinez is based in Butuan, Caraga, Philippines, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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