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Top truck manufacturers: All

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Zil (Russia) 78614
2 ELBO (Greece) 29973
3 KrAZ (Ukraine) 21846
4 MAZ (Belarus) 12821
5 Ford Truck (Brazil) (cargo line) 12065
6 Mercedes-Benz (Germany) 10915
7 GMC 8503
8 Chevrolet 5834
9 Dodge 3749
10 Volvo (Brazil) 3587
11 Renault (Uruguay) 2882
12 Isuzu 1827
13 International 1338
14 Peterbilt 1211
15 MAN (Germany) 1157
16 Mack Trucks 1060
17 Daihatsu (Japan) (51% owned by the Toyota Group) 983
18 Scania (Sweden) 944
19 Freightliner Trucks 924
20 Iveco (different models for Australian market) 801
21 Kenworth 793
22 Ashok Leyland (India) 737
23 Bedford (UK) 698
24 Volvo Trucks (different models for U.S. market) 645
25 Hino (different models for U.S. market) 621
26 DAF Trucks (Netherlands) (division of PACCAR) 565
27 Panhard (France) 492
28 Renault Trucks (France) 427
29 Oshkosh 380
30 Mitsubishi Fuso (Japan) 363
31 Steyr (Austria) 330
32 Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (Germany) 307
33 ACMAT (France) 301
34 Kamaz (Russia) 292
35 Sterling Trucks 280
36 TATA Daewoo Commercial Vehicle (South Korea) (subsidiary of TATA Motors, India) 242
37 Western Star Trucks 230
38 Commer (UK) 220
39 American LaFrance 203
40 Autocar Company (USA) 198
41 Pegaso (Spain) 195
42 Dongfeng Motor Corporation (China, under joint ventures with Nissan Diesel as Dongfeng Nissan-Diesel, and with Cummins as DFAC.) 190
43 Alexander Dennis (UK) 187
44 Magirus (Germany) 171
45 ERF (UK) 159
46 BMC (Turkey) 144
47 Seddon Atkinson (UK) 142
48 Anhui Jianghuai Automobile (China) 127
49 Eicher Motors (India) under joint venture with Volvo 118
50 TAM (Slovenia) 115
51 Otokar (Turkey) 114
52 Pierce 100
53 Sisu Auto (Finland) 99
54 Agrale (Brazil) 98
55 Ikarbus (Serbia) 97
56 Barkas (Germany) 93
57 Namco (Greece) 89
58 Sinotruk (China) 88
59 Oka (truck variants of traditional models) 87
60 KAZ (Georgia) 84
61 Master Motors (Pakistan) 82
62 Roman (Romania) 76
63 BelAZ (Belarus 73
64 E-One 63
65 Karrier (UK) 62
66 LAZ (Ukraine) 62
67 AIL (Israel) 59
68 Shaanxi Automobile Group (China) 57
69 MTZ (Belarus) 53
70 Zastava Trucks (Serbia) 52
71 Jelcz (Poland) 51
72 Robur (Germany) 51
73 Hinopak Motors (Pakistan) 49
74 Carmichael (UK) 48
75 Crane Carrier Corporation (USA) 45
76 Dennis Eagle (UK) 44
77 Mitsubishi Fuso 44
78 Multicar (Germany) 43
79 Mahindra and Mahindra (India) 42
80 URO (Spain) 38
81 LIAZ (Czech Republic, 1951-2002) 37
82 Neobus (Serbia) 26
83 Hayes Truck 23
84 Chavdar (Bulgaria) 18
85 Askam (Turkey) 10
86 New Sentosa CV (Indonesia) 7
87 Ford 7
88 TVM (Slovenia) 6
89 Matra Fire (Indonesia) 6
90 SNVI (Algeria) different models for the Algerian market and some African and Asian countries 5
91 Asia Motorworks (India) 5
92 Å koda (Czech Republic) 5
93 Randon (Brazil) 5
94 Libertad (Uruguay) 5
95 Temax (Greece) 5
96 Aeolus (Uruguay) < 5
97 UD Nissan Diesel < 5
98 DaimlerChrysler < 5
99 Grosspal Argentina < 5
100 Fabrika Automobila Priboj (Serbia) < 5
101 Feresa Argentina < 5
102 Avia Trucks (Czech Republic) < 5
103 Nibus (Serbia) < 5
104 Tatra (Czech Republic) < 5
105 Volkswagen Truck and Bus (Brazil) < 5
106 Sides (France) < 5
107 Nissan < 5
108 Beiqi Foton (China) < 5
109 Matra (Brazil) < 5
110 Kalmar Industries (formerly Ottawa) (yard switch trucks) < 5
111 Troller (Brazil) < 5
112 Colet < 5
113 Volvo Pakistan < 5
114 Nissan Diesel (Japan) 100% owned by Volvo < 5
115 Foden (UK) < 5
116 Star (Poland) < 5
117 Ginaf (Netherlands) < 5
118 TATA Motors (India) < 5
119 Orejano (Uruguay) < 5
120 Force Motors (India), under a joint venture with MAN AG < 5

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