TAIWAN: Sales up 2.2% in November

By Staff reporter | 3 December 2014

New vehicle sales in Taiwan fell by 2.2% to 33,947 units in November, compared with strong year-earlier data, according to data released by the industry.

Many brands were forced into heavy discounting to achieve sales targets, according to Yulon Nissan Motor.

Hotai Motor, which distributes Toyota and Lexus vehicles, reported a 3.8% year-on-year sales increase to 12,182 units in November while Yulon Motor’s sales fell by 22.5% to 3,801 units.

China Motor (Mitsubishi) sold 2,762 units, Ford 2,173 units and Honda 1,961 units.