With 6,827 cars sold, the Truong Hai Auto Corporation (THACO) topped the list of Vietnamese auto traders in July.

Of the figure, THACO business accounted for 38.6 percent of the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) sales in the month.

In the first seven months of 2015, THACO also crowned the domestic market with 41,420 cars sold, equivalent to 37.9 percent of the total VAMA sales figure.

In commercial automobile lines, THACO Frontiers and THACO Ollin trucks were among the most requested in July this year with 1,693 and 766 units, respectively.

Kia – including its Kia Morning, K3, and Kia Rio models – remained the main sales line of the company with 1,550 units, doubling the same month last year, followed by Mazda with 1,716 units.

Based on the positive business results to date, THACO targets to lead the market for the remainder of the year.-VNA