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Japan Kei cars March 2011: Suzuki Wagon R reclaims pole position

Suzuki WagonR

After two months under the leadership of the Daihatsu Move, the Suzuki Wagon R reclaims its title of best selling Kei car for the first time this year with 17,290 sales. It is however still #2 year-to-date at 42,764 units vs. 47,215 for the Move.

The next three models are unchanged from February: the Daihatsu Tanto is #3 at 13,528, followed by the Suzuki Alto (8,652) and the Honda Life (8,332). The Daihatsu Mira is up one spot at #6 and the Mitsubishi eK is up 3 spots at #8, whereas the new Suzuki MR Wagon drops 2 places at #12.

Full Top 20 Ranking Table below.

Japan Kei cars March 2011:

Pos Model Mar Feb 2011 Pos 2010
1 Suzuki WagonR 17,290 2 42,764 2 1
2 Daihatsu Move 16,778 1 47,215 1 3
3 Daihatsu Tanto 13,528 3 37,983 3 2
4 Suzuki Alto 8,652 4 24,071 4 4
5 Honda Life 8,332 5 22,273 5 7
6 Daihatsu Mira 8,321 7 20,252 6 5
7 Nissan Moco 6,762 6 18,646 7 8
8 Mitsubishi eK 5,547 11 11,052 11 11
9 Nissan Roox 4,883 8 15,482 8 9
10 Suzuki Palette 4,150 9 13,820 9 6
11 Daihatsu Esse 3,222 14 8,277 12 12
12 Suzuki MR Wagon 2,860 10 9,373 10 19
13 Honda Zest 2,781 13 7,282 14 10
14 Mazda AZ Wagon 2,615 15 6,535 15 14
15 Subaru Stella 2,460 12 7,502 13 13
16 Suzuki Every Wagon 1,527 16 5,130 16 15
17 Mazda Carol 1,249 20 3,151 20 21
18 Mitsubishi Toppo 1,172 21 2,702 23 18
19 Suzuki Jimny 1,120 17 3,471 17 22
20 Daihatsu Atrai 1,096 19 3,210 18 20

Source: www.zenkeijikyo.or.jp

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