Nissan and Mazda are coming off unaccustomed roles as top sellers at the recent 28th Thailand International Motor Expo. With flood-affected Toyota and Honda not taking orders for new vehicles during the 12-day event, Nissan was the best-selling brand with 4,711 units for a 17.4% share, just ahead of Mazda’s 4,523 for 16.7% of sales. Mazda says its orders, which were the highest ever at the annual year-end sale event, included 3,797 for the Mazda2. “The bookings were ...

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