Bakkie sales | Toyota dominates SA's favourite vehicle segment

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The Toyota Hilux once again showed its rivals a clean pair of heels as it topped the sales charts in October 2019. 

Over the course of last month, Toyota sold 4377 units, some 2571 units ahead of the Ford Ranger. The Ranger, in second place, sold 1806 units.

READ: SA car sales | VW, Toyota trade punches in October

The Isuzu D-Max/KB found favour among 1384 buyers, followed by the venerable Nissan NP200 on 1051 units. The Nissan NP300/Hardbody slots into fifth place with 440 units sold.



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In sixth place is the Mahindra Scorpio Pik-up (286 units), ahead of the Toyota Land Cruiser Pick-up (231 units), and the Amarok (187 units).

The GWM Steed goes ninth with 179 units sold, and the Nissan Navara rounds out the top ten with 151 units sold.

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