Nissan surge drops local auto maker GM Holden to fourth place in February.
Three Japanese auto makers topped the Australian sales chart in February, dropping local brand GM Holden to fourth place. February deliveries rose 5.2% from year-ago to 90,218 units, up 8.1% to 175,648 for the first two months. Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries data shows Toyota retaining the top position for February with 16,017 units for a 17.8% market share, ahead of Mazda with 8,728 and Nissan with 8,212. GM Holden followed with 8.5% of the market, ahead of Hyundai at 8.3% ...
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