The new Nissan Sunny retained its position as the best-selling Japanese car in the first four months of 2016, selling 4,154 units at a total value of EGP 506.7m.
The Mitsubishi Lancer EX ranked second with sales of 2,389 cars at EGP 406m, followed by the Nissan Sentra with 1,748 units sold valued at EGP 292m.
The Toyota Corolla jumped to fourth place with 993 cars at EGP 218m, replacing the Subaru XV, which came in fifth place with 936 cars valued at EGP 238.6m.
Nissan’s new Sunny topped the sales of Japanese cars in the first quarter of 2016, selling 3,053 cars worth a total of EGP 363.3m.
The Mitsubishi Lancer EX also ranked second in the first quarter with sales of 1,710 units valued at EGP 285m.
Ranking third was the Nissan Sentra, selling 1,460 units at EGP 237m.
The Subaru XV was ranked fourth after selling 703 cars at EGP 179m, followed by the Toyota Corolla in fifth place with 669 cars worth EGP 147.1m.