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Japan Kei cars February 2011: Daihatsu Move stays #1

Daihatsu Move Custom

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In February the Daihatsu Move is the best selling Kei car in Japan for the 2nd month in a row with 16,230 sales, keeping at bay the Suzuki Wagon R, the best seller for the last 8 years, still #2 this month at 14,355 units.

The Daihatsu Tanto rounds off the podium at 13,765 sales. The Suzuki Alto and Honda Life are stable in 4th and 5th positions, so is the new Suzuki MR Wagon at #10 at 3,282 sales.

Full Top 20 Ranking Table below.

Japan Kei cars February 2011:

Pos Model Feb Jan 2011 Pos 2010
1 Daihatsu Move 16,230 1 30,437 1 3
2 Suzuki WagonR 14,355 2 25,474 2 1
3 Daihatsu Tanto 13,765 3 24,455 3 2
4 Suzuki Alto 8,237 4 15,419 4 4
5 Honda Life 7,862 5 13,941 5 7
6 Nissan Moco 7,637 9 11,884 7 8
7 Daihatsu Mira 6,778 6 11,931 6 5
8 Nissan Roox 5,719 7 10,599 8 9
9 Suzuki Palette 5,262 8 9,670 9 6
10 Suzuki MR Wagon 3,282 10 6,513 10 19
11 Mitsubishi eK 3,112 11 5,505 11 11
12 Subaru Stella 2,998 13 5,042 13 13
13 Honda Zest 2,795 16 4,501 14 10
14 Daihatsu Esse 2,714 12 5,055 12 12
15 Mazda AZ Wagon 2,101 14 3,920 15 14
16 Suzuki Every Wagon 1,869 15 3,603 16 15
17 Suzuki Jimny 1,258 17 2,351 17 22
18 Honda Vamos 1,141 20 1,941 19 16
19 Daihatsu Atrai 1,075 18 2,114 18 20
20 Mazda Carol 1,017 19 1,902 20 21

Source: www.zenkeijikyo.or.jp

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  1. April 27, 2011 at 8:54 pm

    Shocking news is that Toyota will be losing its number 1 spot to GM.

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