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    [SIZE=4]Toyota on a breakaway lead in the Philippines[/SIZE]



    Based on CAMPI's latest report, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) can now sit back and relax as it secures a dominating lead over the local automotive industry. As it holds on to its No. 1 position with a firm grip, TMP just beat its own all-time record last October with 5,895 units sold.

    Toyota also heads the Passenger Car (PC) segment with a 51.5% market share of 1,957 units, 1,466 of which were comprised of Toyota Vios', the country's No. 1 selling vehicle. In addition, the Japanese giant stretches its lead in the Commercial Vehicle (CV) category by registering its highest ever sales of 3,938 units sold last month, taking a 40.6% chunk of the market. Surprisingly, the Innova was able to increase its sales from the month of September with 1,317 units sold despite the looming arrival of its replacement next year.....

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    vios 2NZ-FE 1.3 L engine made in japan kasi

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    Never get wrong with vios in choosing a car, fuel economy and durabilty kaya most of rent a car at taxi company yan ang unit, doon sila nag increase ng sales

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    marketing strategy

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    yes, still number 1 car manufacturer in the country.

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    taxi, fleet, mostly vios. kaya nga number 1 talaga.

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    assuming you deduct the numbers for taxi and other "for hire" fleet sales (if you can get the figure), would toyota still be in the lead?


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    Quote Originally Posted by 111prez View Post
    assuming you deduct the numbers for taxi and other "for hire" fleet sales (if you can get the figure), would toyota still be in the lead?

    Tingin ko based sa nakikita ko sa roads oo eh, ganun siya kalakas in terms of hatak sa masang kayang bumili ng auto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ry_Tower View Post
    Tingin ko based sa nakikita ko sa roads oo eh, ganun siya kalakas in terms of hatak sa masang kayang bumili ng auto.
    isn't it the bandwagon effect? since widely used in taxi / fleet.. kaya pati private sector purchase nahatak?

    baliktarin natin... sa kabilang brand na diesel na widely popular din recently... although late in the lifecycle lang nung model na yun naipush for taxi.... kung na extend nila yung model na yun a few more years... papal din kaya ng ganun kalakas ang brand na yun? in taxi / fleet? and then also into private sector purchase?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wowiesy View Post
    isn't it the bandwagon effect? since widely used in taxi / fleet.. kaya pati private sector purchase nahatak?

    baliktarin natin... sa kabilang brand na diesel na widely popular din recently... although late in the lifecycle lang nung model na yun naipush for taxi.... kung na extend nila yung model na yun a few more years... papal din kaya ng ganun kalakas ang brand na yun? in taxi / fleet? and then also into private sector purchase?
    Parang ganun na nga. Remember mas marami yung new buyers na middle income earners eh, tapos yung ibang may kaya, yan din pbinibili para sa service ng anak sa school.

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