Toyota to sell Daihatsu-made minivehicles - Nikkei


TOKYO, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp will procure 660cc minivehicles from unit Daihatsu Motor Co and sell them under its own brand in Japan, the Nikkei business daily reported in its Tuesday evening edition. Model types and sales volumes will be decided later, the paper said, without citing its sources. Minivehicles with engine displacements of 660cc are unique to Japan, where they make up about one-third of vehicle sales thanks to preferential tax treatment. (Reporting by ...

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