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Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance takes global passenger car crown
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31st Jan 2019
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Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance takes global passenger car crown

Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi has beaten out Volkswagen Group and Toyota Motor Company for the 2018 passenger car sales crown, with a total of 10.76 million sales worldwide. According to figures released by the various brands, the combination of Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors accounted for 10.76 million passenger and light-commercial vehicles around the world, ahead of 10.6 million (up 0.9 per cent) for the Volkswagen Group and 10.39 million (up 1.0 per cent) for Toyota and Lexus.
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Scott Collie
Toyota contemplating Daihatsu buy out, link with Suzuki rumoured - report
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28th Jan 2016
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Toyota contemplating Daihatsu buy out, link with Suzuki rumoured - report

Toyota is reportedly mulling over plans to purchase the remainder of Daihatsu, and is also said to be thinking of a tie-up with Suzuki. The Nikkei is reporting that Toyota is actively considering purchasing the 48.8 percent of Daihatsu that it doesn't currently own during the first half of this year.
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Derek Fung
Daihatsu reveals eight compact concepts in Indonesia
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24th Sep 2013
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Daihatsu reveals eight compact concepts in Indonesia

Daihatsu has debuted eight concept cars at the Indonesia motor show in a typically bold move for the quirky Japanese car maker. The models all form part of Daihatsu's plan to become a market leader in compact cars that are fuel efficient and affordable.
Alex Gibson
2011 Daihatsu Move most economical non-hybrid car
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14th Dec 2010
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2011 Daihatsu Move most economical non-hybrid car

Toyota's mini car brand in Japan, Daihatsu, has just released the Daihatsu Move. In developing the new model the company has also come up with the most fuel-efficient petrol-powered, non-hybrid car on the Japanese market.
Brett Davis