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Japan Jan. Domestic Vehicle Production by Manufacturer

February 28, 2012

Following is a table detailing Japan’s domestic motor vehicle production by manufacturer as released by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association in Tokyo.

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                        Jan.        Dec.        Nov.         Oct.         FYTD
                        2012        2011        2011         2011         2012
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                 -----------------Percent Change From Year Ago-----------------
Total                  18.6%       13.4%        4.5%        20.3%        -6.0%
 Toyota                26.3%       16.7%        5.1%        33.5%        -7.0%
 Nissan                17.4%       24.6%       25.1%        32.9%         5.9%
 Honda                 42.4%       10.8%      -37.8%        18.3%       -21.4%
 Suzuki                16.8%        6.9%       11.0%        15.2%        -3.7%
 Mazda                  1.0%       -8.2%        1.5%        -1.0%        -7.0%
 Mitsubishi           -27.7%       -2.4%      -11.9%       -17.9%       -13.8%
 Daihatsu              30.1%       35.9%       22.2%        18.8%         1.0%
 Subaru                28.0%       20.7%       25.3%        19.1%        -7.5%
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                        Jan.        Dec.        Nov.         Oct.         FYTD
                        2012        2011        2011         2011         2012
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                 -----------------Percent Change From Year Ago-----------------
 Isuzu                  2.8%        8.8%        7.5%        24.9%         0.3%
 Mitsubishi Fuso       27.4%       10.0%       24.2%        45.4%        12.0%
 Hino                  40.1%       27.7%       37.7%        47.3%        22.2%
 UD Trucks            -22.2%      -34.0%      -31.3%        20.4%       -21.0%
 Others                60.2%       43.8%       16.0%        44.6%        44.8%
                 -----------------Unadjusted Production Levels-----------------
Total                837,197     848,259     838,135      904,254    7,330,202
 Toyota              295,630     284,477     276,851      316,597    2,408,566
 Nissan               96,104     114,175     120,217      115,932      986,226
 Honda                98,473      92,663      54,403       95,051      634,824
 Suzuki               86,401      83,506      94,534       97,640      836,735
 Mazda                69,510      68,390      80,730       75,633      703,656
 Mitsubishi           43,454      48,726      51,052       50,757      475,943
 Daihatsu             63,032      66,172      65,524       61,584      539,442
 Subaru               46,364      50,441      51,585       45,054      371,440
 Isuzu                18,641      19,074      20,176       21,048      176,254
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                        Jan.        Dec.        Nov.         Oct.         FYTD
                        2012        2011        2011         2011         2012
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                 -----------------Unadjusted Production Levels-----------------
 Mitsubishi Fuso       5,837       6,959       8,315       10,836       71,718
 Hino                 11,708      11,688      12,534       11,254      102,786
 UD Trucks             1,785       1,727       2,004        2,660       20,605
 Others                  258         210         210          201        2,007
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SOURCE: Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association

To contact the reporter on this story: Minh Bui in Tokyo at mbui@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Marco Babic at mbabic@bloomberg.net


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