The rising popularity of E20-compatible cars in Thailand offset a dive in pickup truck sales in May, as new-vehicle deliveries climbed 6.9% to 54,910 units from 51,364 prior-year. High fuel prices are impacting the important 1-ton pickup-truck segment, with May sales down 4.3% from year-ago to 29,133 units, while passenger-car deliveries jumped 29.4% to 21,255, says Toyota Motor Thailand Co. Ltd., which compiles sales data for the domestic industry. “Demand for fuel-saving cars, ...

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