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Indonesia: Toyota/Daihatsu/Suzuki Add Production of SUV Strategic Models to their Production LinesNissan also produces new MPVs from 2007; 2006 sales halved due to sluggish economy

Sep. 23, 2006 No.511

  In Indonesia, production of Asian strategic models is on the expansion. Toyota starts the production of the SUV model Fortuner (the IMV series) following the minivan Kijang Innova (the IMV series). Daihatsu is also expected to start producing the SUV Bego following the MPV model namely Daihatsu Xenia/Toyota Avanza (U-IMV). Suzuki started manufacturing its global strategic model, the SUV Grand Vitara (the Japanese name Escudo) following its minivan model, Suzuki APV/Mitsubishi Maven. Nissan also plans to start manufacturing its new MPV model the Livina in 2007.

  The production volume in 2005 in Indonesia reached 500,000 with an increase of 100,000 compared to that of 2004 thanks to favorable sales of domestic new vehicle sales. Suzuki sold the most with 127,000 with a 41,000 increase. Toyota, in second place, sold 124,000 increased by 20,000.

  New vehicle sales in 2005 were 534,000 with an increase of 51,000 compared to those of 2004. Commercial vehicles increased sales while passenger cars only managed to sell 35,000 with a decrease of 5,000. By brand, Toyota expanded its sales to 183,000 with a 40,000 increase. Suzuki, Honda, Daihatsu, Isuzu and Kia Motors increased their sales. Contrary, Mitsubishi Motors, Nissan, Hyundai Motor decreased sales compared to those of the previous year.

  New vehicle sales from January to July 2006 decreased by 50.3%. The reason is believed to be the rise in interest rates of automobile loans. However, new vehicle sales have been sluggish since the rise of oil fuel prices in October 2005 (*note). According to Bambang, the chairman of GAIKINDO, the expected new vehicle sales in 2006 are 330,000-350,000 including the hope for recovery on demand in the second half (outlook announced at the Indonesian International Motor Show held in July 2006).

  According to CSM Worldwide, production of light vehicles in Indonesia will decrease by around 40% in 2006, not recovering to the level of 2005 until 2008. Afterwards, production will continue to increase gradually and will expand to the level of 550,000 in 2011 (420,000 in 2005).

(Note) On October 1, 2005, the Indonesian government announced that it would increase oil fuel prices by 230% and implemented the raise on the same day. Gasoline prices hiked by 87.5% to 4,500 rupiah per one liter and diesel fuel prices almost doubled to 4,300 rupiah per one liter.
  Although Indonesia is an oil-producing country, oil production and oil export volume are on the decrease due to the delay in the investment into the development of new oil fields and aging of the existing oil fields. Further, because the domestic demand continued to expand while the oil refining capacity was insufficient, import volume of oil products including gasoline increased. As a result, the balance between exports and imports of crude oil and oil products ended with the excess of imports for the first time in 2005.
  The Indonesian government has tried to stabilize domestic oil fuel prices by spending subsidy from the government funds. However, since the percentage of fuel subsidy accounting for annual expenditure has reached 20%, it is believed that the government reexamined its fuel subsidy policy and went ahead with a significant raise of oil fuel prices.

■Production of Vehicles/New Vehicle Sales in Indonesia (units)
  2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005
Production Passenger car 37,317 32,237 24,006 203,196 241,743 332,590
Commercial vehicle 262,957 246,934 275,256 118,839 155,057 168,120
Total 300,274 279,171 299,262 322,035 396,800 500,710
New vehicle sales Passenger car 46,888 35,188 26,926 38,778 40,481 35,440
Commercial vehicle 254,073 264,441 290,069 315,704 442,667 498,470
Total 300,961 299,629 316,995 354,482 483,148 533,910
Source: Association of Indonesian Automobile Industries (GAIKINDO).
(Notes) 1. The figures for the sales in 2001 are based on the data from Astra International.
2. As for the production, the method to calculate figures was changed in 2004 and now the figures for passenger cars include light trucks.
3. Production/new vehicle sales by automotive manufacture as well as production forecast by CSM Worldwide are included at the end of this report.

■Toyota: Starts manufacturing Fortuner, a SUV model from IMV series, while decreases production of Kijang Innova

  Toyota starts the production of the Fortuner, a SUV model from the IMV series in October 2006 in Indonesia following the production in Thailand. The Company plans to produce 15,000 per year initially and to export to the Middle East. Toyota plans to retain the production scale of the Fortuner in Thailand after the start of the production in Indonesia.

  Due to the downturn of the Indonesian automotive market, Toyota changed its production shift for the Kijang Innova of the IMV series to a single shift in March 2006 while decreased the monthly production volume from the initial plan of 8,000 to around 2,000 (the Kijang Innova accounted 93,000, more than the half of 183,000 of Toyota's sales in 2005. The model was also the best selling model in Indonesia). Following this, PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing downwardly modified its production plan for 2006 from the initial 90,000 to 50,000.

■Toyota's production base in Indonesia

PT Toyota Motor
  Toyota funded 95% of the capital. It's got two assembly plans. The Sunter I plant with the annual production capacity of 10,000 produces the Kijang Pickup (old model) and the Karawang plant with the annual production capacity of 100,000 (easily expandable up to 150,000) produces the Kijang Innova (IMV).
  The production base plans to manufacture the Fortuner SUV (IMV) at the Karawang plant from October 2006 and to export to the Middle East (announced in May). It will initially produce 15,000 annually. The investment amount involving the production of the Fortuner is 600 million JPY. The Company intends to retain the production scale of the Fortuner in Thailand, which are 27,000, after starting the production in Indonesia. The Company has been importing the completed Fortuner from Thailand and selling the model in Indonesia since July 2005.
  The Company started exporting the Kijang Innova to the Middle East in September 2005 with the planned annual volume of 4,500. The countries are Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Katar. The Kijang Innova has been exported to Thailand and Brunei since November 2004 (annually 10,000). The Company also exports the model to Malaysia, the Philippines and India as CKD (annually 75,000).
  The Company plans to export the Avanza manufactured by Astra Daihatsu Motor to South Africa from the second half of 2006. The Company is expected to export Mexico and the Philippines as well. The volumes of the export of the Avanza are 300 (finished vehicles) for Thailand and 2,500 (CKD kits) for Malaysia monthly.

■Daihatsu: Expands annual production capacity to 150K, plans to start the production of SUV Bego

  Daihatsu increases the annual production capacity of Astra Daihatsu Motor's Sunter plant by approximately 40,000 to 150,000 by the spring of 2007 with the prospect to start manufacturing the Bego, which is a SUV model, by 2007.

  The sales of the Company's core model the Xenia in 2005 were 28,000 (the sales of the sister model, Toyota's Avanza, were 55,000). The Company increased the local procurement rate when it made a minor change in July 2006 with the new planned monthly production volume of 2,500.

■Daihatsu's production base in Indonesia

PT Astra Daihatsu
  Daihatsu funded 61.75%. The annual production capacity of the Sunter plant is 114,000 with a plan to expand to 150,000 by the spring of 2007. The investment amount for the reinforcement of facilities including coating lines is approximately 8 billion JPY. The plant produces Daihatsu's Xenia/Toyota's Avanza (U-IMV), the Taruna (Terios), the Zebra (based on the Hijet), and the Ceria (Mira).
  In July 2006 it made a minor change to Daihatsu Xenia/Toyota Avanza and increased the local procurement rate from 79% to 82-83%. The planned monthly production is 2,500 for the Xenia and 5,000 for the Avanza.
  It will start manufacturing the Bego by the end of 2007 and is expected to export the model to the ASEAN countries. The Bego manufactured in Indonesia has parts locally procured. Further, its specifications and equipment are different from that of the model manufactured in Japan to have environmental/safety measures correspond to the local regulations.

■Nissan: Will introduce new MPV Livina in 2007, expected to expand annual production capacity to 40K

  Nissan plans to launch a new MPV model Livina in the middle of 2007. The Livina holds seven passengers with three row seats and uses the same platform as the Tiida. The Company will launch the model in China as the Livina Geniss prior to Indonesia.

  The annual production capacity of the Purwakarta plant is expected to expand to 40,000 in 2007.

■Nissan's production base in Indonesia

PT Nissan Motor
  Nissan funded 83.3%. The annual production capacity is 12,000. It manufactures the X-Trail, the Terrano and the Serena.
  It plans to introduce a new MPV the Livina that holds seven passengers in the middle of 2007 (announced in July 2006). Its Purwakarta plant will produce the Livina. The company plans to have the procurement rate of 20% locally and more than 50% in the ASEAN region. Also the company plans to export the model in the future. The Livina was exhibited at the 2006 Guangzhou International Motor Show as the Livina Geniss. The Livina's production starts in 2006 and it will be released at the end of 2006.
  Nissan expanded the plant by investing 60 million USD in 2006 with new test course and a distribution center for finished vehicles. The Company is also expected to expand the annual production capacity to 40,000 in 2007. It is believed that it is easy for the Purwakarta plant to expand its annual production up to 100,000 by reinforcing coating facilities etc.
  In August 2007, the Company will start operating a base for exporting automotive parts for Nissan's global production plants (announced in July 2006). The Company will aim reducing distribution costs and strengthening quality control of parts as a part of the scheme named Nissan's Parts Consolidation Center (PCC).
  Prior to Indonesia, PCC plans to start operation in January 2007 in Thailand. At Thai PCC, it will export auto body panels and interior parts for the Tiida, which is mostly manufactured at its Mexican base, to export by procuring approximately 90 suppliers in Thailand.
  In Indonesia, the Company will procure auto parts for the Livina from 18 suppliers with a plan to export to Taiwan and Thailand to start with and to export to South Africa by the end of 2007. The Company also plans to export to Malaysia.

■Honda: 2005 sales hit the record highest with 54K thanks to favorable sales of Jazz

  Honda's sales in 2005 reached 54,000 with a 7,000 increase from the previous year (a 16% increase). Jazz (the Japanese name is Fit) accounted 60% of the sales with 32,000. The CR-V came to the second place with 8,000. The City (the Japanese name Fit Aria) sold 7,000, the Stream sold 4,000, the Civic sold 800 and the Odyssey sold 500.

  The Company made minor changes to the Jazz in August 2006, increasing the local procurement rate to 40% from 38%. As for import sales models, the Company fully remodeled the City in October 2005 and the Civic in March 2006 while made minor changes to the Accord in July 2006 (all the City and the Accord as well as some of the Civic sold in the country are imported from the Thai base as completed vehicles. The sales target for 2006 is 10,000 for the City, 2,500 for the Civic and 1,000 for the Accord).

■Honda's production base in Indonesia

PT Honda Prospect
  Honda funded 51%. The annual production capacity is 50,000. Produces the Civic, the Jazz (Fit), the Stream and the CR-V.

■Suzuki: Starts manufacturing its global strategic model, SUV Grand Vitara

  Suzuki started the production of the Grand Vitara (the Japanese name Escudo), which the Company developed as the second global strategic model following the Swift, in Indonesia. The Company will export the model to the ASEAN countries gradually, starting from Thailand.
Suzuki sold 87,000 in 2005. The Carry/Carry Futura sold 48,000 and the APV sold 28,000.

■Suzuki: Starts manufacturing its global strategic model, compact SUV Grand Vitara

  Suzuki announced in July 2006 that it had started the production and sales of the Grand Vitara (the Japanese name Escudo), a SUV compact model, at its Indonesian subsidiary Indomobil Suzuki International (ISI).
  The planned initial production at ISI is 10,000 including for exports. The Company will export the model starting from Thailand followed by other ASEAN countries gradually.
  The Grand Vitara is a SUV developed as a global strategic model. It was released in Japan in May 2005 and exported to North America and Europe. The model's production in Indonesia is the first overseas production.

Source: Suzuki's News Release 2006.7.21

■Suzuki's production base in Indonesia

PT Indomobil Suzuki
  Suzuki funded 90%. The annual production capacity is 125,000.Manufactures the Karimun (Wagon R), the Baleno (Aerio), the APV/Mitsubishi Maven, the Carry, the Carry Futura, the Katana (Jimny), and the Grand Vitara (Escudo).
  It started supplying the Maven to Mitsubishi Motors on OEM in May 2005.

■Mitsubishi Motors: Launches the new minivan Maven by expanding the cooperation with Suzuki

  Mitsubishi Motors released the new Maven minivan, which was supplied from Suzuki on OEM, in September 2005. Mitsubishi terminated the production of the Kuda MPV in the middle of 2005 so the new Maven is positioned to be a replaced model. Mitsubishi manufactures the Colt T120, which is based on Suzuki's Carry Futura, at Krama Yudha Ratu Motors so this is the second cooperative project in Indonesia for the Company and Suzuki.

  The Company sold 89,000 in 2005. The FE Colt Diesel, a truck from Mitsubishi Fuso, accounted 35,000. As for Mitsubishi Motors' models, Colt T120 (based on Suzuki's Carry Futura) sold 22,000 and the Colt L300 (based on the old Delica model) sold 19,000.

■Mitsubishi Motors: Releases new Maven minivan (based on Suzuki APV)

  Mitsubishi Motors released the Maven, a sister model of Suzuki's APV, in September 2005 by receiving the OEM supply from Suzuki.
  The Maven is a model that has partially altered Suzuki APV's exterior design and has Mitsubishi's 1.5 liter gasoline engine (the APV has a 1.5 or 1.6 liter engine). PT Mitsubishi Krama Yudha Motors and Manufacturing, which Mitsubishi Motors holds 32.3%, manufactures the engines.
  Mitsubishi Motors expects to sell maximum 12,000 of the Maven annually.

Source: Mitsubishi Motors' Press Release 2005.9.9

■Mitsubishi Motors' production base in Indonesia

PT Krama Yudha
Ratu Motors
  The local capital PT Krama Yudha Group fully funded. The annual production capacity is 70,000. It manufactures Fuso trucks as well as the Colt L300 (based on the Delica), the Colt T120 (based on Suzuki's Carry Futura) at the plant which Mitsubishi Fuso administrates the production.

■Isuzu: Sold 25,000 in 2005, Panther accounting 19,000

  Isuzu manufactures trucks and MPV models Isuzu Panther/Chevrolet Tavera. Isuzu sold 25,000 in 2005. The Panther accounted 75% or 19,000.

  GM has manufactured the MPV Zafira and the SUV Blazer under the Chevrolet brand. However, it changed its production structure in 2006 under which GM manufactures CKD sets to export to India where final assembly takes place.

■Isuzu/GM's production base in Indonesia

PT Pantja Motor   Isuzu funded 12.5%. The annual production capacity is 75,000.Manufactures Isuzu Panther/Chevrolet Tavera, light trucks and mid-sized trucks.
PT General Motors
  GM funded 100%. The annual production capacity is 7,000. It manufactures Chevrolet Zafira and Chevrolet Blazer however changed to manufacture CKD sets in 2006. The CKD sets are exported to India for the final assembly.

■Mazda: Strengthen sales structure, establishing a fully funded distributor

  In order to strengthen its sales structure, Mazda established a wholly funded distributor and started the operation in June 2006. The Company plans to establish the sales network in Indonesia in a few years.

■Mazda strengthens sales structure by establishing a fully funded distributor

  Mazda announced in April 2006 that it would acquire the business of PT Unicor Prima Motor, which had been selling Mazda vehicles in Indonesia, and start a fully funded new distributor PT Mazda Motor Indonesia (MMI: established in February 2006). PT MMI started its operation in June 2006 and started the distribution at a dealer in Indonesia in July 2006. The target sales of 2006 are 500. Mazda plans to establish the distribution network in Indonesia within a few years.
  The initial models for sale are the Mazda 3 (the Japanese name Axela, imported from the Philippines), the Tribute (imported from the Philippines), the B-series pickup (imported from Thailand) and the RX-8 (imported from Japan).

Source: Mazda's News Release 2006.4.27, etc.

■European Manufacturers: DCX starts assembling new S350, Peugeot transfers production to Malaysia

  DaimlerChrysler (DCX) launched the new S-Class (S600/S500/S350) at the end of 2005. As for the S350, the Company started CKD production in the middle of 2006 while importing completed vehicles. DCX set its target sales for 2006 as 1,800, 200 fewer than those of 2005. However, the Company is receiving favorable sales orders for the S350 manufactured as CKD and the Company sold out pre-orders of 200, which were planned production volume of 2006, in April 2006.

  BMW also manufactures the 3-Series and the 5-Series in Indonesia. The Company exports the 530i to Thailand while imports the 330i from the Thailand.

  PSA used to manufacture models such as the Peugeot 206 in Indonesia but transferred its manufacturing base from Indonesia to Malaysia. In Malaysia, Naza Group has been manufacturing the Naza 206 based on the Peugeot 206 since the spring of 2006 and plans to manufacture under the Peugeot brand as well to export to Thailand, Indonesia and other countries. Further, PT Astra France Motor used to Peugeot's distributor in Indonesia but now PT Tjahja Sakti Motor, which is also BMW's distributor, acts as Peugeot's distributor.

■DaimlerChrysler's production base in Indonesia

PT DaimlerChrysler
  DaimlerChrysler funded 89.21%.
Manufactures the C-Class, the E-Class, the S-Class (S350 only) and commercial vehicles.

■BMW's production base in Indonesia

PT Tjahja Sakti Motor
  Tjahja Sakti Motor is a distributor wholly funded by a local capital Astra International. The production is operated by PT Gaya Motor (wholly funded by Astra). The production capacity is 16 per day. It manufactures the 3-Series and the 5-Series.

■Hyundai Motor Group: Kia's target for 2010 is to become 5th place in sales by manufacturer

  In Hyundai Motor Group, Hyundai Motor manufactures the Atoz, the Excel, the Accent and the Trajet under the joint venture with Bimantara Group while Kia Motors manufactures the Carens II and the Pregio van under the joint venture with Artha Graha Group.

  Kia has revealed its intention to expand its sales in Indonesia, setting its sales target in the summer of 2005 to be at the 5th place in the sales in the country in 2010. Kia sold approximately 9,000 in 2005 and was at the 8th place (the 5th place in 2005 was Daihatsu, which sold 49,000).

■Hyundai Motor's production base in Indonesia

PT Hyundai
Indonesia Motor
  The local capital Bimantara Group wholly funded. The annual production capacity is 28,000.Manufactures the Atoz, the Excel, the Accent and the Trajet.
PT Kia Mobil
  Joint venture between Kia Motors and a local company Artha Graha Group. Production takes place at the plant owned by PT National Assembler. The annual production capacity is 5,000. Manufactures the Carens II and the Pregio van.

■Production/sales by manufacturer: Biggest players in 2005 are Suzuki for production and Toyota for new vehicle sales

  Automobile production in 2005 reached 501,000, increasing by 104,000 from that of 2004. The top five manufacturers are Suzuki produced 127,000 (41,000 increase), Toyota produced 124,000 (20,000 increase), Mitsubishi Motors produced 96,000 (6,000 increase), Daihatsu produced 60,000 (10,000 increase) and Honda produced 34,000 (15,000 increase).

■Indonesia: Unit production by automobile manufacturer (units)
  2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005
Suzuki 46,568 52,791 62,955 71,295 85,629 126,606
Toyota 90,174 80,486 84,307 93,766 103,922 123,704
Mitsubishi Motors 65,927 62,310 74,769 75,298 90,057 96,085
Daihatsu 32,174 20,731 19,509 22,637 49,839 60,093
Honda 8,910 11,969 14,055 14,662 18,855 34,496
Isuzu 39,635 31,726 24,400 18,643 23,060 28,268
Nissan 878 2,640 3,063 6,461 7,265 9,987
Hino 2,627 3,030 2,779 4,265 6,171 7,422
Hyundai Motor 2,128 2,667 5,762 7,813 5,063 5,595
Peugeot 101 458 189 513 1,155 2,523
Nissan Diesel 1,072 1,103 1,001 1,328 1,719 2,134
Mercedes 1,901 3,247 2,880 2,680 2,095 1,514
GM 5,214 2,011 1,507 462 711 1,123
BMW 2,351 2,674 1,966 2,003 1,111 1,010
Mazda 354 197 83 142 148 150
Ford 120 16        
Others 140 1,115 37 67    
Total 300,274 279,171 299,262 322,035 396,800 500,710


  New vehicle sales in 2005 were 534,000 with an increase of 51,000 compared to those of 2004, although sales sharply decreased from October. Toyota was the biggest seller by brand by selling 183,000 with a 41,000 increase, more than double of Mitsubishi Motors' sales at the second place.

  New vehicle sales in January to July 2006 have been halved from those of the same period in the previous year. To take a look at the top five manufactures, although Toyota faced relatively small decrease with 35.4%, Mitsubishi Motors decreased by 59.3%, Suzuki, Honda and Daihatsu decreased by 62.5%, 49.9% and 56.0%, respectively.

■Top 10 models for sales in 2005 (units)
  Model Unit Sales
1 Toyota Kijang Innova 93,114
2 Toyota Avanza 54,893
3 Suzuki Carry/Futura 47,896
4 Mitsubishi FE Colt Diesel 35,470
5 Honda Jazz 32,241
  Model Unit Sales
6 Suzuki APV 27,882
7 Daihatsu Xenia 27,505
8 Mitsubishi T-120 22,187
9 Mitsubishi L-300 19,431
10 Isuzu Panther 18,846


■Indonesia: New vehicle sales by brand (units)
  2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Jan.-Jul.
Toyota 90,144 80,144 84,297 100,860 141,940 182,767 107,480 69,458
Mitsubishi 65,425 66,105 75,101 77,104 89,590 89,158 60,046 24,423
Suzuki 46,069 53,190 63,323 70,154 82,242 87,274 60,294 22,619
Honda 8,695 11,423 13,113 21,650 46,500 53,750 36,385 18,225
Daihatsu 28,237 20,587 20,288 21,698 47,621 48,762 32,235 14,181
Isuzu 29,012 31,299 26,335 19,779 23,452 25,010 16,469 9,589
Nissan 938 2,863 3,644 6,720 12,201 10,547 7,896 n.a
Kia 8,530 6,660 5,470 5,217 6,211 8,668 5,405 n.a
Hyundai 7,245 8,857 8,010 8,950 7,745 6,391 4,686 n.a
Hino 2,862 n.a 3,436 4,366 6,401 6,145 4,334 n.a
Ford n.a n.a 1,589 4,046 6,097 n.a n.a n.a
GM n.a n.a 2,577 4,004 4,350 n.a n.a n.a
M-Benz 2,990 3,016 2,826 2,708 2,509 2,442 1,447 n.a
Nissan Diesel 1,145 1,200 1,102 1,306 1,692 1,867 1,252 777
BMW 2,403 2,758 1,996 2,041 2,053 1,257 630 n.a
Mazda n.a 242 240 550 365 652 511 n.a
Peugeot 469 2,204 1,690 1,513 821 486 286 78
Others 6,797 9,081 1,958 1,816 1,330 8,734 5,811 12,175
Total 300,961 299,629 316,995 354,482 483,148 533,910 345,167 171,525
(Notes) 1. The figures for 2001 and January to July 2005/2006 are according to the data from Astra International.
2. n.a. includes others. Others include Subaru (Subaru has been in the market since 2001 and sold 28 in 2004).

■Automotive production will be at downturn for a while, not recovering until 2008 to the level of 2005

  According to CSM Worldwide, the production of light vehicles in Indonesia shrunk to less than 300,000 in 2006 and is expected to recover to the level of 2005 in 2008. The production will gradually increase afterwards, exceeding 500,000 in 2010 and reaching 550,000 in 2011.

  Production at Toyota/Daihatsu in 2011 will be some 230,000, while productions at Honda, Suzuki and Nissan will be 70,000, 120,000 and 35,000, respectively.

■Production of light vehicles in Indonesia by brand (forecast by CSM Worldwide) (units)
(Design Parent)
Manufacturer 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Toyota Astra Daihatsu 56,651 59,111 61,378 60,516 59,572 58,197 71,796
Toyota 10,159 5,690          
Toyota Astra 88,376 51,768 80,320 85,920 93,271 102,137 104,720
Toyota Total 155,186 116,569 141,698 146,436 152,843 160,334 176,516
Daihatsu (Toyota) Astra Daihatsu 48,410 26,411 31,022 37,884 40,854 41,491 52,847
Gaya Motor 352 139          
Daihatsu Total 48,762 26,550 31,022 37,884 40,854 41,491 52,847
Honda Honda 40,204 29,634 38,881 51,809 67,795 75,900 69,662
Mitsubishi Krama Yudha Kesuma 2,465            
Krama Yudha Ratu 19,431 8,872 12,810 16,015 19,825 23,895 23,113
Mitsubishi (Suzuki) Krama Yudha Ratu 22,187 5,201 12,342 17,009 19,511 18,523 18,852
Suzuki 801 1,675 1,592 2,065 1,512 1,452 942
Mitsubishi Total 44,884 15,748 26,744 35,089 40,848 43,870 42,907
Suzuki Suzuki 96,028 51,163 97,926 112,651 114,635 118,715 119,348
Nissan Ismac Nissan 9,782 3,339 12,284 28,540 33,458 34,853 34,662
Mazda (Ford) National Assembler 175 2          
Isuzu (GM) Pantja Motor   6,592 12,480 14,720 21,334 23,992 22,393
Isuzu Pantja Motor 18,846 4,941          
Isuzu Total 18,846 11,533 12,480 14,720 21,334 23,992 22,393
Chevrolet (GM) GM 168            
Chevrolet (Isuzu) Pantja Motor 31            
Chevrolet Total 199            
Hyundai Bimantara 2,797 1,641 5,890 9,884 16,075 18,091 17,443
Hyundai (Mitsubishi) Bimantara 1,915 906 1,336 715      
Kia (Hyundai) National Assembler 971 339 948 1,469 2,290 1,984 1,772
Hyundai/Kia Total 5,683 2,886 8,174 12,068 18,365 20,075 19,215
Proton (Mitsubishi) Proton Tracoma   1,600 4,463 2,584 1,324 1,385 1,320
Proton Proton Tracoma   367 4,857 5,496 4,693 4,565 4,169
Proton Total   1,967 9,320 8,080 6,017 5,950 5,489
BMW Gaya Motor 827 641 1,123 735 597 634 548
M-Benz DaimlerChrysler 1,594 911 859 1,261 2,037 1,661 1,434
Peugeot Gaya Motor 236            
Total 422,406 260,943 380,511 449,273 498,783 527,475 545,021
Source: CSM Worldwide "Light Vehicle Forecast (July, 2006)"
(Notes) 1. Light vehicles include passenger cars and small commercial vehicles with gross vehicle weight less than 3.5 tons. Production volume results in 2005 are also provided by CSM Worldwide.
Design Parents under the brand column are indicated only when brands and design parents are different.
2. The reason for the production of Chevrolet brand being NIL in and after 2006 is that the production is changed from finished vehicle production to CKD production.
CKD kits manufactured in Indonesia will be exported to India where final assembly will take place.
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