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The Lighter Note: Toyota still holds car sales crown

Western Australia’s car sales continue to sit below the rates of the past two years, but growth is still evident, with sales to the end of March up 3.4 per cent for the year, compared to the same period last year. Toyota continues to hold the crown by quite a distance, with Holden, Ford and Nissan slipping at the expense of Mitsubishi and Mazda. But The Note always loves the odd ball numbers. Like Lotus, up 400 per cent from last year to, well, four. And who are the rednecks buying Dodges? They are up more than 150 per cent this year so far, even without a dead moose to strap across the hood.

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