Daihatsu – The Japanese carmaker is expected to reduce its domestic sales by 10 percent
It is estimated that, the volume of sales of the smaller mini cars by the car maker Daihatsu Motor Company has declined considerably to about six lakhs units, due to the expected hike of sales tax. It has also been reported by Kyodo News that, the company has expected a surge before the hike and then a fall off. In order to combat this situation, this automaker has introduced some fresh models in the market. The company even plans to put forward a small sports car in the initial part of this year, while launches other small vehicles to compete with the rivals like Suzuki Motor Corp and Honda Motor Company on the issues of efficiency in fuel and price. Some of the new models of this car maker would be Altis, Atrai Wagon, Move Custom, and Hijet Van. It is the manufacturer of small cars along with small trucks also known “Kei Truck ” in Japan. All these models by the company stand for their reliability and durability along with versatility so as to import in all over the Globe. The Terios is a vehicle, which has a metallic paint on the center and the dashboard. It is also equipped with Peugeot diesel and the gasoline engine. It is a very promising way of boosting the sales. It has a short front and rear overhangs along with a long wheelbase and wide track. It has been able to be flexible, can make easy parking, is very frugal and is sure “off-road” toys. In 2013, sales of small cars or vehicles not bigger than 660cc rose to at least 6.7 percent to a record of 2.11 million units. Daihatsu Cuore is another upcoming model of this year, which has the superior Japanese technology and is made with the requirements of drivers, in mind.
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