Selling Car

Some articles on car, selling car, selling, cars:

Maruti Suzuki
... In 2005–2006, the company had a 54% market share of the passenger car market in India ... company, with Suzuki as a minor partner, to make a lower priced car for middle class India ... Maruti Suzuki offers 14 models, ranging from India's one-time best selling car, Maruti 800, for less than INR 200,000 (US$ 5000) to the premium sedan ...
Prium - Sales
... Toyota Prius became Japan's best selling vehicle in 2009 for the first time since its debut in 1997 as its sales almost tripled to 208,876 in 2009 ... In that year it overtook the Honda Fit, which was Japan's best-selling car in 2008 excluding Kei cars ... in December, allowing the Prius brand to become the best-selling vehicle in Japan for the third-consecutive year ...
1992 In Motoring - United Kingdom
... by the motoring press, the latest version of the Ford Escort was Britain's best-selling car during 1992 ... Vauxhall's Cavalier was Britain's second-best selling car in 1992, and for the third year in succession it was the best-selling car in its sector ...
Vauxhall Astra - Popularity
... itself as Britain's second most popular small family car, but was never able to match the runaway sales success of the Ford Escort ... Vauxhall from strength to strength in the small family car market, after almost seven years on sale - and further narrowed the gap with the Ford Escort ... The MK4 Astra was also a huge success, and by 2001 it was the second best selling car in Britain overall behind the Ford Focus ...
Austin Maestro - Decline and "rebirth" - Popularity
... sale in early March 1983, the Maestro was Britain's sixth best selling car in 1983 with more than 65,000 sales ... the previous year, it was Britain's best selling car in 1984 ... By 1988, it was merely the 14th best selling car in Britain, dipping further to 19th place in 1989, the year that the second generation Rover 200 was launched ...

Famous quotes containing the words car and/or selling:

    The car as we know it is on the way out. To a large extent, I deplore its passing, for as a basically old- fashioned machine, it enshrines a basically old-fashioned idea: freedom. In terms of pollution, noise and human life, the price of that freedom may be high, but perhaps the car, by the very muddle and confusion it causes, may be holding back the remorseless spread of the regimented, electronic society.
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    Raymond Chandler (1888–1959)