Profits at Japan's top two car makers likely took a step back in the first quarter mainly due to a weaker dollar, but analysts told Reuters their fundamentals remain solid despite a shrinking global car market. For the April-June term, analysts on average expect group operating profits at Toyota and Honda to fall by 19% and 8% respectively, as the dollar lost around eight yen, offsetting a jump in the euro-yen exchange rate, the news agency added.