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Happy New Year 2011, and how to cross a street in Hanoi…

Best Selling Cars wishes you all a Happy New Year 2011!

Check out above my little New Year video filmed in Hanoi, Vietnam where I’m spending my holidays. The trick for crossing the city’s busy streets is to walk at a steady pace. This way the traffic can anticipate where you will be next and evolve all around you… (Thanks to my dear Mum & Dad for filming me).

As for 2011,  these are some of my most anticipated questions:

Will Toyota crack India with the Etios?

Will the Chevrolet Cruze or VW Lavida replace the BYD F3 on top of Chinese sales?

Will the new Ford Focus take the lead in the UK and threaten the VW Golf in Europe?

For more, see below.

Will the Hyundai Sonata continue its amazing run in the US?

Will the Dacia Duster or the Nissan Qashqai establish themselves within the European Top 10?

Will the Fiat Uno end 24 years of VW Gol domination in Brazil?

Will the Toyota Hilux still be the king of Africa?

Will the VW Amarok threaten it in South America?

Will the Corolla lead world sales again?

Will the Nissan Juke do even better than the Qashqai?

Which Chinese brands will make the biggest inroads in export markets?

And there are so many more… can’t wait to get into it!

  1. Vikram
    February 2, 2011 at 1:32 am

    Hi Matt

    Really appreciable effort! I find your reports very informative and useful. Thanks again.


    • February 2, 2011 at 9:34 am

      Hi Vikram,
      Thank you very much for your praise, I really appreciate it!
      It’s really exciting to know that the site is helpful to you.

  2. James
    January 4, 2011 at 2:06 am


    In google.com, I found your blog website.
    I am very impressed with your good diligence for reporting worldwide automobile news. I hope that you have good rewards about your reports.
    Have a good luck in 2011.

    james in Los Angeles

    • January 4, 2011 at 2:29 am

      Hey James,
      Thanks very much for your comment and wishes.
      I’m glad you’re enjoying the blog!
      Feel free to comment on any article that surprises or interests you particularly.

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