Isuzu ranks second in May pickup sales with boost from D-Max.
Thailand’s new-vehicle sales continue to roar back from last year’s regional natural disasters, soaring 107.6% in May to a record 115,943 units. Toyota Thailand, which collates industry sales, says passenger-car deliveries spiked 137.5% to a record 55,983 units. Commercial-vehicles surged 85.8% to 59,960, with the important 1-ton pickup segment jumping 89.4% to 52,155. Toyota Thailand Executive Vice President Wutthikorn Suriyachantananon says demand has been high since ...
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