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Boomer February for car sales in

Japanese car manufacturers delivered than 565,170 vehicles in 2014, of which the Tourokusha +) segment which is of great to the used import trade saw than 336,176 sales – up compared to February 2013.

As consumers rushed to beat the 31st deadline for the rise in tax, manufacturers struggled to up with demand – according to released this week by the Motor Vehicle Industry

The biggest gains were by Toyota, with Tourokusha up 13.4% over the previous to 153,654, effectively commanding of the market; nearly every car sold in Japan during was a Toyota!

Honda managed an even impressive gain over 2013, with 39,998 representing a 39.2% increase, to the new Fit, Odyssey and StepWgn

Nissan sales remained at 53,674 sales (down and Mitsubishi is truly a niche with just 5998 and a 15.1% decline.

A recall and delays over the CVT transmission in the Fit Hybrid led to sales dropping to 3rd at 18,296 – short of previous riding between 23,000 and

Toyota regained the number-1 and 2 with the Aqua and Prius at 23,973 and 23,501 sales the Prius saw its biggest volume since March 2013.

The Nissan Note sold units to take the 4th spot, up 5th in January- swapping places the Toyota Corolla range, to 11,335 units.

Static in place was the Nissan Serena at units, while the Toyota held seventh place but enjoyed a significant lift in to 8386 (up from 6732 in

The Toyota multi-seater twins / Vellfire twins took 8th with 8385 sales, and the Voxy at 8147 in ninth.

out the top-ten was the new Nissan X-Trail in the full month of deliveries, at considerably above the January of 6616.

The real interest for the New Zealand lies in positions 11 through 20, just 1544 sales ten unique models- and if the Noah (at and 6202 units) is discounted, 900 between 12th spot and

The all-new Mazda Axela at and 5558 sales continues to upwards, with Honda at 13th and 5557 units and Impreza 14th and 5360 seeing moderate volume

In only the second month released, the Toyota Harrier 5243 units to take position, Toyota Spade to 16th and 5224 sales, Honda Odyssey remained at 5176 deliveries but well the January-held 10th position at

Rounding out the top-twenty, the Toyota sold a steady and respectable units for 18th place, the jumped up in sales volumes to 19th position, and the Honda remained close to the January totals, delivering 4658 for 20th place.

During the sales rush the Mitsubishi (and PHEV version) up 1991 sales, recovering recall and battery production during 2013, and the Nissan at 1903 sales recording its month since 2012.

The CX-5 continued to show demand at 4498 deliveries (up 3,124 in January) while the Nissan Teana registered in the for the first time, managing sales.

The top 20 regular-sized vehicle models for 2014 were:

Toyota 23,973

Toyota Prius

Honda Fit (Includes hybrids)

Nissan Note 12,237

Corolla 11,335

Nissan 10,496

Toyota Spade

Toyota Vitz

Toyota Alphard/Vellfire 8385

Voxy 8147

Nissan 7554

Toyota Noah

Mazda Axela 5558

Stepwagn 5557

Subaru 5360

Toyota Harrier

Toyota Spade 5224

Odyssey 5176

Toyota 4916

Toyota Passo TBC

Freed 4658

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