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Toyota, Honda, Nissan post robust June sales

Honda Motor Co.’s China sales jumped nearly 18 percent year on year to 113,769 vehicles in June as it continued to gain share in among mass-market automakers.

But rival Nissan Motor Co. retained bragging rights as the top-selling Japanese automaker in China, as June deliveries rose 8.9 percent to 118,769 vehicles.

Meanwhile, Toyota Motor Corp.’s China sales increased 10 percent last month to 106,900 vehicles.

For the year to date, Honda deliveries increased 19 percent to 644,167 vehicles, while Nissan sales rose 6.7 percent to 650,525. For the period, Toyota sales were up 5.4 percent to 624,000.

The China Association of Automobile Manufacturers has not yet announced industry sales for June, but it seems likely that the Japanese automakers gained market share. In the first five months, light-vehicle sales in China edged up 1.5 percent year on year to 9.42 million vehicles.

Honda, Nissan and Toyota have benefited from the woes of Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia, which have struggled to revive sales in the wake of China’s diplomatic dispute with South Korea.

The two countries have been at odds since South Korea allowed the United States to install anti-missile defenses to protect against possible attack by North Korea.

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