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Sep 14, 2021

Reported on September 10, 2021, Honda Vietnam (HVN) announced the retail sales of its motorcycles and cars in August 2021, of which both segments witnessed decline amid the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the motorcycle business, HVN's sales reached 98,789 units, down 14.5% MoM and 43.9% from August 2020. Wave Alpha is the best-selling digital model with sales reaching 24,241 units, accounting for 24.5% of HVN's total motorcycle sales in August 2021. For scooters, Vision is still the top model with sales of 27,004 vehicles, accounting for 27.3% of HVN's total motorcycle sales in the month.
In the auto business, HVN's sales also dropped sharply with 567 vehicles delivered to customers, down 54.9% MoM and dropped 65.3% from August 2020. HVN's best-selling car model in the month was the CR-V with 330 units sold, accounting for 58.2% of HVN's total car sales in August 2021.
(From an article of Autodaily.vn on September 10, 2021)

Sep 02, 2021

U.S. new vehicle sales of 1,095,521 units for the month of August represented a 17.2% decrease from August 2020 as many North American auto plants were idled due to a shortage of semiconductors.
There were 25 selling days in August 2021, one less than the 26 selling days last August.
August’s passenger car sales fell 17.5% to 255,758 units, resulting in a 23.3% market share, while SUV and truck sales decreased 17.1% to 839,763 units, resulting in a 76.7% market share.
Light vehicle seasonally adjusted annualized sales (SAAR) for August 2021 was 13.09 million units versus 15.36 million units a year ago.
Estimated General Motors monthly sales decreased 38.6% in August, while Stellantis sales fell 19.5%, and Ford sales dropped 33.2%, all heavily affected by availability of popular models due to the semiconductor shortage.
Tesla sales increased 21.8% to approximately 23,140 units, with a growing 2.1% market share.
Among Japanese companies, Toyota sales were down 1.0%, Nissan sales were down 8.8%,
Honda sales were down 15.6%, Mazda sales were up 4.5%, and Subaru sales were down 14.7%.
Hyundai sales were up 2.4%, while Kia sales were down 5.3%.
Among German companies, VW sales were down 21.6%, Mercedes-Benz sales were down 15.1% and BMW sales were up 12.5%.
Jaguar Land Rover sales fell 29.7% from last August, while Volvo sales increased 3.0%, and upstarts Polestar sold 190 vehicles and Karma sold 8 units.
The best-selling models in August were Ford F-Series, Ram pickup, Chevrolet Silverado, Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, Toyota Camry, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Toyota Tacoma, Toyota Highlander, and Honda Civic.

(from Autodata results posted September 1, 2021)

Aug 18, 2021

Announced on August 13, 2021, PT Honda Prospect Motor recorded sales of 8,234 units in July 2021, or an increase of 8.7% MoM and 104.0% compared to July 2020. The biggest sales contributor for the month came from the Honda Brio Satya, Honda Brio RS and Honda HR-V 1.5 L. Honda cited that its July sales were supported by the tax relaxation regulation from the government, allowing the firm to remain positive in the midst of this PPKM period.
Honda Brio Satya sold 2,170 units in July 2021, contributed 26% of Honda's total sales and managed to continue leading the Low-Cost Green Car (LCGC) market segment with a market share of 27%. Meanwhile, Honda Brio RS is still the market leader in the City Car segment with a market share of 50% and has recorded positive sales of 1,832 units in July. Meanwhile, 1,682 units of the Honda HR-V 1.5 L have been sold. In addition to the 3 models, Honda's sales of other CKD products such as the Honda City Hatchback RS sold 971 units, the new Honda CR-V sold 788 units, followed by the Honda Mobilio which sold 433 units.
Honda Indonesia’s retail sales in the first 7 months of 2021 tallied 57,673 units, up 28.6% YoY.
(From Honda Indonesia press release on August 13, 2021 and Gaikindo data as of August 2021)

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