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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