Toyota Motor Corp.’s Singapore distributor, Borneo Motors, saw first-quarter new-car sales jump 40% to 5,300 units, to give it a 33% market share. Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. distributor Tan Chong International was second with sales of 2,819 cars, for a market share of 17%. Toyota and Nissan have doubled their penetration of Singapore’s new-car market in less than four years. In the commercial vehicle and taxi segments, Toyota again was the leader, selling 864 commercial vehicles and 500 ...

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