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Thailand’s February Vehicle Sales: Summary

The following table shows Thailand’s top fifteen vehicle sales figures by make for the month of February based on data from Toyota Motor (Thailand) Ltd.

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                  Feb.     Jan.     Dec.     Nov.     Oct.    Sept.
                  2012     2012     2011     2011     2011     2011      YTD
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               ---------------------- Year-on-Year (%) ---------------------
Total            17.2%    11.5%   -41.4%   -67.5%   -40.5%    27.5%    14.5%
 Toyota          28.8%    34.8%   -60.2%   -88.0%   -47.3%    42.1%    31.6%
 Isuzu           23.6%    -5.4%   -52.7%   -83.2%   -63.1%    -7.2%    10.8%
 Mitsubishi      64.3%    62.5%    -0.6%   -12.7%     7.6%    56.5%    63.4%
 Nissan          41.3%    61.2%    21.2%   -36.9%   -34.6%    17.6%    50.5%
 Chevrolet      145.6%    94.9%    49.3%    51.5%     6.1%    19.8%   121.4%
 Mazda           32.6%    26.7%    20.5%   -26.1%    23.8%    35.8%    29.8%
 Ford            53.7%    67.6%   -21.0%    -2.5%    25.1%    53.5%    60.2%
 Hino            16.8%    17.9%    12.5%   -40.4%   -37.6%    -7.3%    17.3%
 Honda          -94.0%   -96.6%   -81.6%   -68.8%   -46.6%    24.2%   -95.3%
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                  Feb.     Jan.     Dec.     Nov.     Oct.    Sept.
                  2012     2012     2011     2011     2011     2011      YTD
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               ---------------------- Year-on-Year (%) ---------------------
 Suzuki          10.9%    12.2%   192.2%    91.1%     4.2%    36.9%    11.6%
 Hyundai         52.4%    22.3%    24.5%   -11.3%   -25.6%    48.0%    38.9%
 TATA            15.1%   -31.2%     7.0%   -45.8%   -53.0%   -31.3%   -11.6%
 Proton         -16.1%   -43.0%   -50.2%   -35.9%   -76.4%   -14.8%   -30.7%
 Volvo          149.1%   -59.1%   -69.3%   -33.7%    66.3%    59.5%    46.9%
 Mitsu-Fuso     107.4%   131.4%   -53.5%   -31.2%   -83.3%   -47.5%   115.5%
               --------------------------- Units ---------------------------
Total           90,461   76,246   54,575   25,664   42,873   87,012  166,707
 Toyota         39,389   36,151   14,796    4,047   15,601   39,213   75,540
 Isuzu          18,189   10,985    8,241    2,592    5,261   10,956   29,174
 Mitsubishi      7,823    7,243    5,394    3,557    3,701    5,647   15,066
 Nissan          7,429    7,265    7,419    3,294    3,271    6,402   14,694
 Chevrolet       5,216    3,785    4,351    2,355    1,903    1,960    9,001
 Mazda           4,451    3,812    4,855    1,994    3,284    3,984    8,263
 Ford            3,404    3,252    2,156    2,078    2,120    2,332    6,656
 Hino            1,111    1,094    1,186      600      517      861    2,205
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                  Feb.     Jan.     Dec.     Nov.     Oct.    Sept.
                  2012     2012     2011     2011     2011     2011      YTD
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               --------------------------- Units ---------------------------
 Honda             597      332    2,198    3,162    5,274   12,439      929
 Suzuki            590      644    1,616      858      575      645    1,234
 Hyundai           500      329      619      236      169      330      829
 TATA              488      397      608      258      268      268      885
 Proton            395      320      301      164       72      260      715
 Volvo             284       45       51       65      133      134      329
 Mitsu-Fuso        141       81       47       75        5       53      222
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Source: Toyota Motor (Thailand) Ltd.

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