Mazda is set to become the first brand in Thailand to locally produce and sell a small car with a diesel engine.
The luxury car market is expected to end this year with sales growth of 5-10% to nearly 20,000 units, as well-heeled Thais are hardly affected by the sluggish economy, according to German Motor Work Co, an importer and distributor of Audi cars.
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Brabus has launched power upgrades, new wheel package and aerodynamic enhancement for the Mercedes-Benz GLA.
Thailand's car production is estimated to rise by 500,000 vehicles next year, propelled by the second phase of the eco-car scheme, says the Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI).
Despite dismal prospects for Thailand's general automobile market, Niche Cars Co, an authorised importer and distributor of supercars, remains upbeat about its market segment.