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Toyota beats GM to remain world's best-selling carmaker

October 28, 2013 12:22 IST

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Yoko Kubota

Toyota Motor Corp is likely to have retained its position as the world's best-selling carmaker for the first nine months of the year, beating rivals General Motors Co and Volkswagen AG, company figures showed on Monday.

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Toyota said its group wide sales totaled around 7.41 million vehicles, up 0.1 percent from the same period a year ago, with strong sales in its biggest market of the United States offsetting slow sales in China.

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Toyota's groupwide total includes sales at affiliates Daihatsu Motor Co Ltd and Hino Motors Ltd.

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General Motors sold 7.25 million vehicles during the same January to September period, up 4.6 percent year-on-year, while Volkswagen rose 4.8 percent to 7.03 million vehicles, according to figures released earlier this month.

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Volkswagen's sales figure however, excludes its Scania and MAN brands. Scania sold around 56,220 vehicles up to September. Scania and MAN brands typically account for a combined 200,000 vehicles in a full year.


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