Eight of the top 10 new car registration rankings are Toyota cars in the first half of 2021

Eight of the top 10 new car registration rankings are Toyota cars in the first half of 2021

On October 6, the Japan Automobile Dealers Association announced the ranking of sales volume by passenger car name in the first half of 2021 (April-September). Toyota “Yaris”, which sold 105,943 units, became the top for the second consecutive year.

Below, Toyota cars dominate the top four, with
2nd place “Roomy” (66,878 units),
3rd place “Corolla” (48,909 units),
and 4th place “Alphard” (45,565 units).

In addition, Honda “Fit” and Nissan “Serena” are out of the top 10, and “Aqua” and “Voxy” are ranked in instead. Eight Toyota cars occupy the top ten.

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