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PT. Astra Otoparts Tbk Jl. Raya Pegangsaan Dua Km. 2,2, Kelapa Gading - Jakarta 14250, Indonesia Major Parts Suppliers image
ADR Group (Formerly Auto Diesel Radiators Co CV) No. 1 Jalan Pluit Raya 1, Pluit, 14440, North Jakarta, DKI Jakarta, Indonesia image
P.T. Aisan Nasmoco Industri East Jakarta Industrial Park Plot 9L, Cikarang Selatan Bekasi 17550, West Java, Indonesia image
Badan Usaha Showpla Indo, PT Jl.sulawesi Kawasan Mm 2100 Blok I No.3-4, Bekasi, Jawa Barat Bekasi, Provinsi Jawa Barat, Indonesia image
Berdikari Metal & Engineering, PT Jl Industri III, No.6 Cimahi Kab. Bandung, West Java, Indonesia image
Bintang Mas, CV Jl Pematang Siantar Km.5, Tebing Tinggi, North Sumatera, Indonesia image
Bintang Masindo Spring Industri, PT Jl Jend Gatot Subroto Raya Km 3 29, Cibodassari, Cibodas, Tangerang, 15138, Indonesia image
Cahaya Angkasa Abadi, PT Jl Berbek Industri I No.6, Kawasan, Surabaya, 60400, East Java, Indonesia image
Candi Naga Kapuk, PT Jl Kapuk Utr I/62 A, JAKARTA, 14460, DKI JAKARTA, Indonesia image
Central Surabaya Contact Battery PT JI Rungkut Industri III No.6 Surabaya, Indonesia image
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Mar 17, 2023

On March 15, 2023, Honda Indonesia announced retail sales of 12,069 units recorded in February, up 42.4% from 8,478 units sold in February 2022.
In February 2023, sales of Honda Brio reached 5,156 units. Honda sales were also supported by models such as the HR-V which recorded sales of 2,295 units, followed by the BR-V with 2,096 units, Honda WR-V’s 1,318 units, Honda CR-V with 628 units, the City Hatchback’s 357 units.
(Honda Indonesia press release on March 15, 2023 and March 21, 2022)

Mar 14, 2023

The Association of Indonesia Automotive Industries (GAIKINDO) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in February 2023 were 86,954 units, up 7.4% compared to February 2022.
2023 January - February sales were up 9.6% to 181,077 units.
By automaker sales in February, Toyota was up 9.9% y/y to 27,336 units and a 31.4% market share. Daihatsu was up 8.2% to 16,263 units and a 18.7% market share. Honda was up 26.0% to 14,375 units and a 16.5% market share. Suzuki was up 10.0% to 7,422 units and an 8.5% market share. Mitsubishi was down 30.8% to 6,929 units and an 8.0% market share.
Gaikindo General Secretary Kukuh Kumara said the performance was a sign that the automotive market in Indonesia was getting better, triggered by growing economic conditions.He said, ahead of the 2023 Ramadhan-Lebaran period, car sales are likely to increase.
To take advantage of the growth momentum in public automotive spending ahead of Ramadhan-Lebaran 2023, Kukuh stated, industry players are holding the Gaikindo Jakarta Auto Week. This exhibition will be held at the Jakarta Convention Center on 10-19 March 2023.
(multiple sources on March 8, 2023)

Mar 13, 2023

On March 10, 2023, Subaru Indonesia launched the all-new Crosstrek SUV on the opening day of Gaikindo Jakarta Auto Week (GJAW) 2023, marking the model’s ASEAN debut, while confirming the discontinuation of the Subaru XV nameplate after more than a decade.
Available in one variant, the 2.0i-S EyeSight, it is priced from IDR 549,500,000. Powers come from its 2.0-liter (FB20) Horizontally-Opposed 4-Cylinder petrol engine that churns 156 PS at 6,000 rpm and maximum torque of 196 Nm at 4,000 rpm, paired with a CVT and all-wheel drive. Its overall dimensions are (LWH) 4,480x 1,800x 1,600 mm with a wheelbase of 2,670 mm. Its top speed is at 198 km/h, while 0-100 km/h sprint time can be achieved in 10.5 seconds.
(From Subaru Indonesia social media updates and an article of CarGuide.PH on March 11, 2023)