N-BOX Japan’s best-selling kei car in 2013.
TOKYO – Japanese automakers boast overall robust production and sales in fiscal 2013 and many report record earnings. Here’s a roundup of how each performed and their expectations for the current fiscal year: TOYOTA Toyota reports fiscal-2013 earnings and sales of ¥2.3 billion ($22.4 billion) and ¥25.7 trillion ($252.2 billion), up 73.5% and 16.4%, respectively, from the prior year. By region, Japan accounted for 55.6% of the No.1 automaker’s global sales at ...
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