Mexico - Automotive production volume, 2021


Flash report, Automotive production volume, 2021

Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Flash report, September 2021

Oct 7, 2021

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Mexico auto production decreases 33.3% in September
OEMs built 208,092 light vehicles in Mexico in September 2021, resulting in a 33.3% decrease compared to the 311,974 units built in the same month of 2020, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi).
The continuing global shortage of semiconductors affected production of many OEMs.
The OEMs with production increases in September included only Ford, with a 7338.0% increase to 24,099 units.
JAC production at Giant Motors was essentially flat, building a similar 198 units to what it had last September.
OEMs which declined in September compared to the previous year included Audi with a 32.1% decrease to 11,391 units; BMW with a 29.7% decrease to 4,635 units; Chrysler with a 29.7% decrease to 36,848 units; GM with a 73.0% decrease to 20,619 units; Honda with a 1.5% decrease to 12,593 units; Kia with a 1.5% decrease to 19,500 units; Mazda with a 35.3% decrease to 9,828 units; Mercedes-Benz with a 62.6% decrease to 3,941 units; Nissan with a 39.0% decrease to 30,545 units; Toyota with a 35.4% decrease to 12,182 units; and VW with a 32.2% decrease to 21,713 units.

Mexico - Production/Export of vehicles
Sep. 2021 Sep. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Sep.
2021
Jan.-Sep.
2020
Y-o-Y
Production            
Passenger Cars 49,626 86,850 -42.9% 546,792 713,239 -23.3%
Light Trucks (Pickup Truck, SUV) 158,466 225,124 -29.6% 1,715,884 1,412,598 21.5%
Total 208,092 311,974 -33.3% 2,262,676 2,125,837 6.4%
Export            
Passenger Cars 36,294 57,210 -36.6% 416,992 546,740 -23.7%
Light Trucks 159,000 200,352 -20.6% 1,597,647 1,291,808 23.7%
Total 195,294 257,562 -24.2% 2,014,639 1,838,548 9.6%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Mexico - Production of vehicles (Include for exports)
Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Sep. Share Sep. Share Jan.-Sep. Share Jan.-Sep. Share
Chrysler 36,848 17.7% 52,404 16.8% -29.7% 283,223 12.5% 303,710 14.3% -6.7%
Nissan 30,545 14.7% 50,068 16.0% -39.0% 409,502 18.1% 351,683 16.5% 16.4%
Ford Motor 24,099 11.6% 324 0.1% 7338.0% 162,277 7.2% 113,172 5.3% 43.4%
Volkswagen 21,713 10.4% 32,047 10.3% -32.2% 208,616 9.2% 208,013 9.8% 0.3%
GM 20,619 9.9% 76,396 24.5% -73.0% 426,254 18.8% 527,986 24.8% -19.3%
Kia 19,500 9.4% 19,800 6.3% -1.5% 172,300 7.6% 143,954 6.8% 19.7%
Honda 12,593 6.1% 12,785 4.1% -1.5% 113,759 5.0% 89,830 4.2% 26.6%
Toyota 12,182 5.9% 18,867 6.0% -35.4% 161,136 7.1% 113,760 5.4% 41.6%
Audi 11,391 5.5% 16,766 5.4% -32.1% 113,084 5.0% 81,442 3.8% 38.9%
Mazda 9,828 4.7% 15,188 4.9% -35.3% 98,857 4.4% 97,181 4.6% 1.7%
BMW 4,635 2.2% 6,590 2.1% -29.7% 53,367 2.4% 37,155 1.7% 43.6%
Mercedes-Benz 3,941 1.9% 10,542 3.4% -62.6% 58,548 2.6% 55,077 2.6% 6.3%
JAC 198 0.1% 197 0.1% 0.5% 1,753 0.1% 2,874 0.1% -39.0%
Total 208,092 100.0% 311,974 100.0% -33.3% 2,262,676 100.0% 2,125,837 100.0% 6.4%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Export of vehicles by make

Maker Sep. 2021 Sep. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Sep. 2021 Jan.-Sep. 2020 Y-o-Y
Chrysler 38,838 45,065 -13.8% 279,766 282,340 -0.9%
GM 24,236 67,824 -64.3% 398,107 481,054 -17.2%
Ford Motor 23,975 186 12789.8% 147,236 113,698 29.5%
Nissan 20,315 34,106 -40.4% 302,260 224,405 34.7%
Volkswagen 19,095 24,211 -21.1% 188,573 190,101 -0.8%
Kia 14,440 14,920 -3.2% 132,046 111,731 18.2%
Audi 14,415 14,793 -2.6% 112,003 76,299 46.8%
Toyota 13,405 18,964 -29.3% 157,376 105,791 48.8%
Honda 13,240 9,667 37.0% 102,924 81,290 26.6%
BMW 6,388 6,403 -0.2% 52,480 33,031 58.9%
Mazda 4,871 10,987 -55.7% 85,244 79,499 7.2%
Mercedes-Benz 2,076 10,436 -80.1% 56,624 59,295 -4.5%
Fiat 0 0 -% 0 14 -100.0%
Total 195,294 257,562 -24.2% 2,014,639 1,838,548 9.6%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


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Flash report, August 2021

Sep 7, 2021

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Mexico auto production decreases 21.4% in August on chip shortage
OEMs built 237,040 light vehicles in Mexico in August 2021, resulting in a 21.4% decrease compared to the 301,739 units built in the same month of 2020 due to the delays in the supply of semiconductors for the automotive industry and logistics problems affecting production of many OEMs, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi).
The OEMs with production increases in August included Kia with a 16.7% increase to 20,300 units; Ford with a 12477.0% increase to 15,847 units and Honda with a 4.4% increase to 15,634 units.
OEMs which declined in August compared to the previous year included Nissan with a 19.2% decrease to 46,974 units; Chrysler with a 20.0% decrease to 39,047 units; GM with a 59.2% decrease to 28,222 units; Volkswagen with a 23.2% decrease to 23,703 units; Toyota with a 0.8% decrease to 17,139 units; Audi with a 15.5% decrease to 12,948 units; Mazda with a 47.0% decrease to 7,369 units; BMW with a 5.5% decrease to 6,661 units and Mercedes-Benz with a 63.2% decrease to 3,039 units.

Mexico - Production/Export of vehicles
Aug. 2021 Aug. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Aug.
2021
Jan.-Aug.
2020
Y-o-Y
Production
Passenger Cars 64,815 88,352 -26.6% 497,166 626,389 -20.6%
Light Trucks (Pickup Truck, SUV) 172,225 213,387 -19.3% 1,557,418 1,187,474 31.2%
Total 237,040 301,739 -21.4% 2,054,584 1,813,863 13.3%
Export
Passenger Cars 53,219 66,750 -20.3% 380,698 489,530 -22.2%
Light Trucks 159,468 197,728 -19.3% 1,438,647 1,091,456 31.8%
Total 212,687 264,478 -19.6% 1,819,345 1,580,986 15.1%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Mexico - Production of vehicles (Include for exports)
Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Aug. Share Aug. Share Jan.-Aug. Share Jan.-Aug. Share
Nissan 46,974 19.8% 58,135 19.3% -19.2% 378,957 18.4% 301,615 16.6% 25.6%
Chrysler 39,047 16.5% 48,788 16.2% -20.0% 246,375 12.0% 251,306 13.9% -2.0%
GM 28,222 11.9% 69,213 22.9% -59.2% 405,635 19.7% 451,590 24.9% -10.2%
Volkswagen 23,703 10.0% 30,865 10.2% -23.2% 186,903 9.1% 175,966 9.7% 6.2%
Kia 20,300 8.6% 17,400 5.8% 16.7% 152,800 7.4% 124,154 6.8% 23.1%
Toyota 17,139 7.2% 17,285 5.7% -0.8% 148,954 7.2% 94,893 5.2% 57.0%
Ford Motor 15,847 6.7% 126 0.0% 12477.0% 138,178 6.7% 112,848 6.2% 22.4%
Honda 15,634 6.6% 14,970 5.0% 4.4% 101,166 4.9% 77,045 4.2% 31.3%
Audi 12,948 5.5% 15,331 5.1% -15.5% 101,693 4.9% 64,676 3.6% 57.2%
Mazda 7,369 3.1% 13,916 4.6% -47.0% 89,029 4.3% 81,993 4.5% 8.6%
BMW 6,661 2.8% 7,049 2.3% -5.5% 48,732 2.4% 30,565 1.7% 59.4%
Mercedes-Benz 3,039 1.3% 8,268 2.7% -63.2% 54,607 2.7% 44,535 2.5% 22.6%
JAC 157 0.1% 393 0.1% -60.1% 1,555 0.1% 2,677 0.1% -41.9%
Total 237,040 100.0% 301,739 100.0% -21.4% 2,054,584 100.0% 1,813,863 100.0% 13.3%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Export of vehicles by make

Maker Aug. 2021 Aug. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Aug. 2021 Jan.-Aug. 2020 Y-o-Y
Nissan 35,480 33,661 5.4% 281,945 190,299 48.2%
Chrysler 34,623 36,053 -4.0% 240,928 237,275 1.5%
Volkswagen 24,688 33,448 -26.2% 169,478 165,890 2.2%
GM 21,777 71,797 -69.7% 373,871 413,230 -9.5%
Ford Motor 19,298 5,126 276.5% 123,261 113,512 8.6%
Kia 16,205 13,020 24.5% 117,606 96,811 21.5%
Toyota 14,949 17,437 -14.3% 143,971 86,827 65.8%
Honda 12,216 12,923 -5.5% 89,684 71,623 25.2%
Audi 11,886 15,751 -24.5% 97,588 61,506 58.7%
Mazda 9,984 12,448 -19.8% 80,373 68,512 17.3%
BMW 7,459 5,946 25.4% 46,092 26,628 73.1%
Mercedes-Benz 4,122 6,868 -40.0% 54,548 48,859 11.6%
Fiat 0 0 -% 0 14 -100.0%
Total 212,687 264,478 -19.6% 1,819,345 1,580,986 15.1%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)



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Flash report, July 2021

Aug 10, 2021

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Mexico auto production decreases 26.5% in July on chip shortage
OEMs built 221,843 light vehicles in Mexico in July 2021, resulting in a 26.5% decrease compared to the 301,815 units built in the same month of 2020, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi).
The continuing global shortage of semiconductors affected production of many OEMs.
The OEMs with production increases in July included Chrysler with a 5.1% increase to 33,396 units; Kia with a 5.7% increase to 14,800 units; Mazda with a 23.7% increase to 12,511 units; and Toyota with an 11.6% increase to 18,285 units.
OEMs which declined in July compared to the previous year included Audi with a 11.4% decrease to 11,643 units; BMW with a 6.2% decrease to 5,641 units; Ford with a 47.3% decrease to 14,231 units; GM with a 53.6% decrease to 38,117 units; Honda with a 12.9% decrease to 11,014 units; JAC with a 46.4% decrease to 215 units; Mercedes-Benz with a 28.7% decrease to 4,841 units; Nissan with a 9.7% decrease to 38,857 units and VW with a 52.4% decrease to 18,292 units.

Mexico - Production/Export of vehicles
Jul. 2021 Jul. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jul.
2021
Jan.-Jul.
2020
Y-o-Y
Production
Passenger Cars 51,242 101,699 -49.6% 432,351 538,037 -19.6%
Light Trucks (Pickup Truck, SUV) 170,601 200,116 -14.7% 1,385,193 974,087 42.2%
Total 221,843 301,815 -26.5% 1,817,544 1,512,124 20.2%
Export
Passenger Cars 40,523 83,415 -51.4% 327,479 422,780 -22.5%
Light Trucks 161,498 181,105 -10.8% 1,279,179 893,728 43.1%
Total 202,021 264,520 -23.6% 1,606,658 1,316,508 22.0%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Mexico - Production of vehicles (Include for exports)
Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Jul. Share Jul. Share Jan.-Jul. Share Jan.-Jul. Share
Nissan 38,857 17.5% 43,010 14.3% -9.7% 331,983 18.3% 243,480 16.1% 36.3%
GM 38,117 17.2% 82,156 27.2% -53.6% 377,413 20.8% 382,377 25.3% -1.3%
Chrysler 33,396 15.1% 31,764 10.5% 5.1% 207,328 11.4% 202,518 13.4% 2.4%
Volkswagen 18,292 8.2% 38,394 12.7% -52.4% 163,200 9.0% 145,101 9.6% 12.5%
Toyota 18,285 8.2% 16,387 5.4% 11.6% 131,815 7.3% 77,608 5.1% 69.8%
Kia 14,800 6.7% 14,000 4.6% 5.7% 132,500 7.3% 106,754 7.1% 24.1%
Ford Motor 14,231 6.4% 27,009 8.9% -47.3% 122,331 6.7% 112,722 7.5% 8.5%
Mazda 12,511 5.6% 10,116 3.4% 23.7% 81,660 4.5% 68,077 4.5% 20.0%
Audi 11,643 5.2% 13,134 4.4% -11.4% 88,745 4.9% 49,345 3.3% 79.8%
Honda 11,014 5.0% 12,645 4.2% -12.9% 85,532 4.7% 62,075 4.1% 37.8%
BMW 5,641 2.5% 6,013 2.0% -6.2% 42,071 2.3% 23,516 1.6% 78.9%
Mercedes-Benz 4,841 2.2% 6,786 2.2% -28.7% 51,568 2.8% 36,267 2.4% 42.2%
JAC 215 0.1% 401 0.1% -46.4% 1,398 0.1% 2,284 0.2% -38.8%
Total 221,843 100.0% 301,815 100.0% -26.5% 1,817,544 100.0% 1,512,124 100.0% 20.2%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Export of vehicles by make

Maker Jul. 2021 Jul. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jul. 2021 Jan.-Jul. 2020 Y-o-Y
GM 41,008 73,843 -44.5% 352,094 341,433 3.1%
Chrysler 34,409 36,297 -5.2% 206,305 201,222 2.5%
Nissan 32,183 23,639 36.1% 246,465 156,638 57.3%
Toyota 19,262 17,727 8.7% 129,022 69,390 85.9%
Honda 13,405 11,654 15.0% 77,468 58,700 32.0%
Mazda 12,415 6,481 91.6% 70,389 56,064 25.6%
Audi 11,463 10,809 6.1% 85,702 45,755 87.3%
Volkswagen 11,327 31,916 -64.5% 144,790 132,442 9.3%
Kia 10,300 11,016 -6.5% 101,401 83,791 21.0%
Ford Motor 6,769 27,836 -75.7% 103,963 108,386 -4.1%
Mercedes-Benz 4,859 8,422 -42.3% 50,426 41,991 20.1%
BMW 4,621 4,880 -5.3% 38,633 20,682 86.8%
Fiat 0 0 -% 0 14 -100.0%
Total 202,021 264,520 -23.6% 1,606,658 1,316,508 22.0%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)






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Flash report, June 2021

Jul 8, 2021

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Mexico auto production increases 5.5% in June
OEMs built 263,955 light vehicles in Mexico in June 2021, resulting in a 5.5% increase compared to the 250,158 units built in the same month of 2020, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi).
The continuing global shortage of semiconductors affected production of some OEMs.
The OEMs with production increases in June included Audi with a 689.1% increase to 16,248 units, BMW with a 63.6% increase to 5,656 units, Ford with a 1.8% increase to 20,349 units, Honda with an 18.4% increase to 15,257 units, Kia with a 22.3% increase to 18,900 units, Mazda with a 25.4% increase to 11,233 units, Nissan with a 27.6% increase to 44,575 units, and Toyota with an 29.8% increase to 20,441 units.
OEMs which declined in June compared to the previous year included Chrysler with a 27.7% decrease to 32,903 units; GM with a 13.0% decrease to 64,441 units; JAC with a 51.4% decrease to 187 units; Mercedes-Benz with a 24.9% decrease to 5,818 units; and VW with an 11.1% decrease to 7,947 units.
*Chrysler is shown as stated in the source.

Mexico - Production/Export of vehicles
Jun. 2021 Jun. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jun.
2021
Jan.-Jun.
2020
Y-o-Y
Production
Passenger Cars 53,208 82,912 -35.8% 381,109 436,338 -12.7%
Light Trucks (Pickup Truck, SUV) 210,747 167,246 26.0% 1,214,592 773,971 56.9%
Total 263,955 250,158 5.5% 1,595,701 1,210,309 31.8%
Export
Passenger Cars 39,122 58,053 -32.6% 286,956 339,365 -15.4%
Light Trucks 195,272 140,031 39.4% 1,117,681 712,623 56.8%
Total 234,394 198,084 18.3% 1,404,637 1,051,988 33.5%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Mexico - Production of vehicles (Include for exports)
Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Jun. Share Jun. Share Jan.-Jun. Share Jan.-Jun. Share
GM 64,441 24.4% 74,098 29.6% -13.0% 339,296 21.3% 300,221 24.8% 13.0%
Nissan 44,575 16.9% 34,926 14.0% 27.6% 293,126 18.4% 200,470 16.6% 46.2%
Chrysler 32,903 12.5% 45,501 18.2% -27.7% 173,932 10.9% 170,754 14.1% 1.9%
Toyota 20,441 7.7% 15,754 6.3% 29.8% 113,530 7.1% 61,221 5.1% 85.4%
Ford Motor 20,349 7.7% 19,991 8.0% 1.8% 108,100 6.8% 85,713 7.1% 26.1%
Kia 18,900 7.2% 15,450 6.2% 22.3% 117,700 7.4% 92,754 7.7% 26.9%
Audi 16,248 6.2% 2,059 0.8% 689.1% 77,102 4.8% 36,211 3.0% 112.9%
Honda 15,257 5.8% 12,890 5.2% 18.4% 74,518 4.7% 49,430 4.1% 50.8%
Mazda 11,233 4.3% 8,957 3.6% 25.4% 69,149 4.3% 57,961 4.8% 19.3%
Volkswagen 7,947 3.0% 8,942 3.6% -11.1% 144,908 9.1% 106,707 8.8% 35.8%
Mercedes-Benz 5,818 2.2% 7,747 3.1% -24.9% 46,727 2.9% 29,481 2.4% 58.5%
BMW 5,656 2.1% 3,458 1.4% 63.6% 36,430 2.3% 17,503 1.4% 108.1%
JAC 187 0.1% 385 0.2% -51.4% 1,183 0.1% 1,883 0.2% -37.2%
Total 263,955 100.0% 250,158 100.0% 5.5% 1,595,701 100.0% 1,210,309 100.0% 31.8%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Export of vehicles by make

Maker Jun. 2021 Jun. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jun. 2021 Jan.-Jun. 2020 Y-o-Y
GM 67,577 67,486 0.1% 311,086 267,590 16.3%
Nissan 30,779 24,704 24.6% 214,282 132,999 61.1%
Chrysler 28,358 31,129 -8.9% 171,896 164,925 4.2%
Toyota 21,991 10,691 105.7% 109,760 51,663 112.5%
Kia 14,445 13,999 3.2% 91,101 72,775 25.2%
Volkswagen 13,845 5,976 131.7% 133,463 100,526 32.8%
Audi 13,101 1,597 720.4% 74,239 34,946 112.4%
Honda 11,837 12,256 -3.4% 64,063 47,046 36.2%
Ford Motor 10,858 15,416 -29.6% 97,194 80,550 20.7%
Mazda 8,861 11,377 -22.1% 57,974 49,583 16.9%
Mercedes-Benz 6,663 1,911 248.7% 45,567 33,569 35.7%
BMW 6,079 1,542 294.2% 34,012 15,802 115.2%
Fiat 0 0 -% 0 14 -100.0%
Total 234,394 198,084 18.3% 1,404,637 1,051,988 33.5%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)



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Flash report, May 2021

Jun 7, 2021

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Mexico auto production increases 956.1% in May
OEMs built 241,442 light vehicles in Mexico in May 2021, resulting in a 956.1% increase from the 22,862-production hit by coronavirus pandemic in May 2020 according to the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi).
The OEMs with production increases in May included GM with a 391.2% increase to 44,060 units; Nissan with a 1,935.6% increase to 43,236; Chrysler with an 763.3% increase to 28,411 units; Volkswagen with 20,282 units; Kia with an 769.6% increase to 20,000 units; Toyota with a 408.9% increase to 18,897 units; Audi with 15,011 units; Ford with a 2,088.6% increase to 13,635 units; Honda with an 1,036.5% increase to 12,967 units; Mazda with a 10,593.8% increase to 10,373 units; Mercedes-Benz with a 3,034.8% increase to 8,370 units; BMW with a 1,728.3% increase to 6,143 units and JAC with 57 units.

Mexico - Production/Export of vehicles
May 2021 May 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-May
2021
Jan.-May
2020
Y-o-Y
Production
Passenger Cars 56,548 6,369 787.9% 327,901 353,426 -7.2%
Light Trucks (Pickup Truck, SUV) 184,894 16,493 1021.0% 1,003,845 606,725 65.5%
Total 241,442 22,862 956.1% 1,331,746 960,151 38.7%
Export
Passenger Cars 46,006 8,113 467.1% 247,834 281,312 -11.9%
Light Trucks 196,014 7,026 2689.8% 922,409 572,592 61.1%
Total 242,020 15,139 1498.7% 1,170,243 853,904 37.0%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Mexico - Production of vehicles (Include for exports)
Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
May Share May Share Jan.-May Share Jan.-May Share
GM 44,060 18.2% 8,970 39.2% 391.2% 274,855 20.6% 226,123 23.6% 21.6%
Nissan 43,236 17.9% 2,124 9.3% 1935.6% 248,551 18.7% 165,544 17.2% 50.1%
Chrysler 28,411 11.8% 3,291 14.4% 763.3% 141,029 10.6% 125,253 13.0% 12.6%
Volkswagen 20,282 8.4% 0 0.0% -% 136,961 10.3% 97,765 10.2% 40.1%
Kia 20,000 8.3% 2,300 10.1% 769.6% 98,800 7.4% 77,304 8.1% 27.8%
Toyota 18,897 7.8% 3,713 16.2% 408.9% 93,089 7.0% 45,467 4.7% 104.7%
Audi 15,011 6.2% 0 0.0% -% 60,854 4.6% 34,152 3.6% 78.2%
Ford Motor 13,635 5.6% 623 2.7% 2088.6% 87,751 6.6% 65,722 6.8% 33.5%
Honda 12,967 5.4% 1,141 5.0% 1036.5% 59,261 4.4% 36,540 3.8% 62.2%
Mazda 10,373 4.3% 97 0.4% 10593.8% 57,916 4.3% 49,004 5.1% 18.2%
Mercedes-Benz 8,370 3.5% 267 1.2% 3034.8% 40,909 3.1% 21,734 2.3% 88.2%
BMW 6,143 2.5% 336 1.5% 1728.3% 30,774 2.3% 14,045 1.5% 119.1%
JAC 57 0.0% 0 0.0% -% 996 0.1% 1,498 0.2% -33.5%
Total 241,442 100.0% 22,862 100.0% 956.1% 1,331,746 100.0% 960,151 100.0% 38.7%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Export of vehicles by make

Maker May 2021 May 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-May 2021 Jan.-May 2020 Y-o-Y
GM 53,378 809 6498.0% 243,509 200,104 21.7%
Nissan 32,505 3,401 855.7% 183,503 108,295 69.4%
Chrysler 30,380 268 11235.8% 143,538 133,796 7.3%
Volkswagen 21,051 1,222 1622.7% 119,618 94,550 26.5%
Toyota 19,169 2,772 591.5% 87,769 40,972 114.2%
Audi 17,953 211 8408.5% 61,138 33,349 83.3%
Kia 16,086 1,864 763.0% 76,656 58,776 30.4%
Ford Motor 14,253 2,347 507.3% 86,336 65,134 32.6%
Mazda 10,773 0 -% 49,113 38,206 28.5%
Mercedes-Benz 10,653 51 20788.2% 38,904 31,658 22.9%
Honda 9,194 1,184 676.5% 52,226 34,790 50.1%
BMW 6,625 1,010 555.9% 27,933 14,260 95.9%
Fiat 0 0 -% 0 14 -100.0%
Total 242,020 15,139 1498.7% 1,170,243 853,904 37.0%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)



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Flash report, April 2021

May 10, 2021

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Mexico auto production increases 7,132.1% in April
OEMs built 269,180 light vehicles in Mexico in April 2021, resulting in a 7,132.1% increase according to the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi).
By comparison, all OEMs built a total of 3,722 vehicles in April 2020 when coronavirus had shut down nearly all production, except for Kia, which assembled 3,704 units in early April, and Ford, which assembled 18 units.
The OEMs with production increases in April included GM with 67,095 units; Nissan with 39,190 unites; Chrysler (Stellantis)*with 27,867 units; VW with 23,690 units; Ford with a 129005.6% increase to 23,239 units; Toyota with 19,486 units; Kia with 399.5% increase to 18,500 units; Audi with 13,129 unitsx; Honda with 11,303 units; Mazda with 9,904 units; Mercedes-Benz with 9,432 unites; BMW with 6,144 unites and JAC with 201 units.
*Chrysler is shown as stated in the source.

Mexico - Production/Export of vehicles
Apr. 2021 Apr. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Apr.
2021
Jan.-Apr.
2020
Y-o-Y
Production
Passenger Cars 54,870 3,705 1381.0% 271,353 347,057 -21.8%
Light Trucks (Pickup Truck, SUV) 214,310 17 1260547.1% 818,951 590,232 38.8%
Total 269,180 3,722 7132.1% 1,090,304 937,289 16.3%
Export
Passenger Cars 38,549 10,238 276.5% 201,828 273,199 -26.1%
Light Trucks 196,035 20,945 836.0% 726,395 565,566 28.4%
Total 234,584 31,183 652.3% 928,223 838,765 10.7%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Mexico - Production of vehicles (Include for exports)
Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Apr. Share Apr. Share Jan.-Apr. Share Jan.-Apr. Share
GM 67,095 24.9% 0 0.0% -% 230,795 21.2% 217,153 23.2% 6.3%
Nissan 39,190 14.6% 0 0.0% -% 205,315 18.8% 163,420 17.4% 25.6%
Chrysler 27,867 10.4% 0 0.0% -% 112,618 10.3% 121,962 13.0% -7.7%
Volkswagen 23,690 8.8% 0 0.0% -% 116,679 10.7% 97,765 10.4% 19.3%
Ford Motor 23,239 8.6% 18 0.5% 129005.6% 74,116 6.8% 65,099 6.9% 13.9%
Toyota 19,486 7.2% 0 0.0% -% 74,192 6.8% 41,754 4.5% 77.7%
Kia 18,500 6.9% 3,704 99.5% 399.5% 78,800 7.2% 75,004 8.0% 5.1%
Audi 13,129 4.9% 0 0.0% -% 45,843 4.2% 34,152 3.6% 34.2%
Honda 11,303 4.2% 0 0.0% -% 46,294 4.2% 35,399 3.8% 30.8%
Mazda 9,904 3.7% 0 0.0% -% 47,543 4.4% 48,907 5.2% -2.8%
Mercedes-Benz 9,432 3.5% 0 0.0% -% 32,539 3.0% 21,467 2.3% 51.6%
BMW 6,144 2.3% 0 0.0% -% 24,631 2.3% 13,709 1.5% 79.7%
JAC 201 0.1% 0 0.0% -% 939 0.1% 1,498 0.2% -37.3%
Total 269,180 100.0% 3,722 100.0% 7132.1% 1,090,304 100.0% 937,289 100.0% 16.3%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Export of vehicles by make

Maker Apr. 2021 Apr. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Apr. 2021 Jan.-Apr. 2020 Y-o-Y
GM 55,400 5,282 948.8% 190,131 199,295 -4.6%
Chrysler 27,814 9,196 202.5% 113,158 133,528 -15.3%
Nissan 25,438 91 27853.8% 150,998 104,894 44.0%
Volkswagen 21,986 4,287 412.9% 98,567 93,328 5.6%
Ford Motor 20,645 358 5666.8% 72,083 62,787 14.8%
Toyota 18,184 0 -% 68,600 38,200 79.6%
Audi 16,041 381 4110.2% 43,185 33,138 30.3%
Kia 14,370 6,062 137.1% 60,570 56,912 6.4%
Honda 11,518 336 3328.0% 43,032 33,606 28.0%
Mercedes-Benz 10,402 3,294 215.8% 28,251 31,607 -10.6%
Mazda 6,871 164 4089.6% 38,340 38,206 0.4%
BMW 5,915 1,732 241.5% 21,308 13,250 60.8%
Fiat 0 0 -% 0 14 -100.0%
Total 234,584 31,183 652.3% 928,223 838,765 10.7%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)



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Flash report, March 2021

Apr 9, 2021

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Mexico auto production increases 12.5% in March
OEMs built 303,545 light vehicles in Mexico in March 2021, resulting in a 12.5% increase compared to the 269,774 units built in the same month of 2020, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi).
The OEMs with production increases in March included Nissan with a 27.4% increase to 59,144 units; Chrysler (Stellantis)* with a 4.6% increase to 32,245; VW with an 8.2% increase to 32,050 units; Ford with a 56.3% increase to 25,285 units; Toyota with an 60.9% increase to 18,519 units; Audi with a 82.2% increase to 15,687 units; Mazda with a 13.0% increase to 15,139 units; Mercedes-Benz with a 48.7% increase to 10,021 units and BMW with a 63.7% increase to 7,074 units.
OEMs which declined in March compared to the previous year included GM with a 13.8% decrease to 57,239 units; Kia with a 14.6% decrease to 22,200 unites; Honda with a 5.0% decrease to 8,870 units and JAC with a 82.0% decrease to 72 units.
*Chrysler is shown as stated in the source.

Mexico - Production/Export of vehicles
Mar. 2021 Mar. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Mar.
2021
Jan.-Mar.
2020
Y-o-Y
Production
Passenger Cars 75,243 99,301 -24.2% 216,483 343,352 -37.0%
Light Trucks (Pickup Truck, SUV) 228,302 170,473 33.9% 604,641 590,215 2.4%
Total 303,545 269,774 12.5% 821,124 933,567 -12.0%
Export            
Passenger Cars 61,119 92,265 -33.8% 163,279 262,961 -37.9%
Light Trucks 195,000 202,934 -3.9% 530,360 544,621 -2.6%
Total 256,119 295,199 -13.2% 693,639 807,582 -14.1%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Mexico - Production of vehicles (Include for exports)
Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Mar. Share Mar. Share Jan.-Mar. Share Jan.-Mar. Share
Nissan 59,144 19.5% 46,412 17.2% 27.4% 166,125 20.2% 163,420 17.5% 1.7%
GM 57,239 18.9% 66,417 24.6% -13.8% 163,700 19.9% 217,153 23.3% -24.6%
Chrysler 32,245 10.6% 30,835 11.4% 4.6% 84,751 10.3% 121,962 13.1% -30.5%
Volkswagen 32,050 10.6% 29,626 11.0% 8.2% 92,989 11.3% 97,765 10.5% -4.9%
Ford Motor 25,285 8.3% 16,176 6.0% 56.3% 50,877 6.2% 65,081 7.0% -21.8%
Kia 22,200 7.3% 26,000 9.6% -14.6% 60,300 7.3% 71,300 7.6% -15.4%
Toyota 18,519 6.1% 11,509 4.3% 60.9% 54,706 6.7% 41,754 4.5% 31.0%
Audi 15,687 5.2% 8,609 3.2% 82.2% 32,714 4.0% 34,152 3.7% -4.2%
Mazda 15,139 5.0% 13,395 5.0% 13.0% 37,639 4.6% 48,907 5.2% -23.0%
Mercedes-Benz 10,021 3.3% 6,741 2.5% 48.7% 23,107 2.8% 21,467 2.3% 7.6%
Honda 8,870 2.9% 9,333 3.5% -5.0% 34,991 4.3% 35,399 3.8% -1.2%
BMW 7,074 2.3% 4,322 1.6% 63.7% 18,487 2.3% 13,709 1.5% 34.9%
JAC 72 0.0% 399 0.1% -82.0% 738 0.1% 1,498 0.2% -50.7%
Total 303,545 100.0% 269,774 100.0% 12.5% 821,124 100.0% 933,567 100.0% -12.0%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Export of vehicles by make

Maker Mar. 2021 Mar. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Mar. 2021 Jan.-Mar. 2020 Y-o-Y
GM 48,615 71,121 -31.6% 134,731 194,013 -30.6%
Nissan 48,442 36,125 34.1% 125,560 104,803 19.8%
Chrysler 25,995 47,874 -45.7% 85,344 124,332 -31.4%
Volkswagen 25,548 31,099 -17.8% 76,581 89,041 -14.0%
Ford Motor 25,412 18,853 34.8% 51,438 62,429 -17.6%
Toyota 17,511 10,465 67.3% 50,416 38,200 32.0%
Kia 16,516 19,750 -16.4% 46,200 50,850 -9.1%
Mazda 12,931 16,460 -21.4% 31,469 38,042 -17.3%
Audi 12,296 15,858 -22.5% 27,144 32,757 -17.1%
Mercedes-Benz 8,732 10,124 -13.7% 17,849 28,313 -37.0%
Honda 7,850 11,739 -33.1% 31,514 33,270 -5.3%
BMW 6,271 5,731 9.4% 15,393 11,518 33.6%
Fiat 0 0 -% 0 14 -100.0%
Total 256,119 295,199 -13.2% 693,639 807,582 -14.1%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)



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Flash report, February 2021

Mar 8, 2021

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Mexico auto production falls 28.8% in February due to gas outages, chip shortages
OEMs built 238,868 light vehicles in Mexico in February 2021, resulting in a 28.8% decrease compared to the 335,708 units built in the same month of 2020, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi).
Gas shortages brought on by winter storms affected auto production in Mexico, as it had in many southern U.S. states in the month of February.
The continuing global shortage of semiconductors also acted to diminish production in many factories.
The OEMs with production increases in February included only BMW with a 16.0% increase to 5,636 units and Toyota with an 11.8% increase to 17,157 units.
OEMs which declined in February compared to the previous year included Audi with a 27.3% decrease to 11,193 units; Chrysler (Stellantis)* with a 53.1% decrease to 24,075; Ford with a 29.6% decrease to 17,296 units; GM with a 44.2% decrease to 41,575 units; Honda with a 4.6% decrease to 12,165 units; JAC with a 61.6% decrease to 214 units; Kia with a 20.0% decrease to 16,800 units; Mazda with a 43.1% decrease to 9,303 units; Mercedes-Benz with a 19.4% decrease to 6,508 units; Nissan with a 17.2% decrease to 49,364 units; and VW with an 11.7% decrease to 27,582 units.
*Chrysler is shown as stated in the source.

Mexico - Production/Export of vehicles
Feb. 2021 Feb. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Feb.
2021
Jan.-Feb.
2020
Y-o-Y
Production
Passenger Cars 62,425 119,737 -47.9% 141,240 244,051 -42.1%
Light Trucks (Pickup Truck, SUV) 176,443 215,971 -18.3% 376,339 419,742 -10.3%
Total 238,868 335,708 -28.8% 517,579 663,793 -22.0%
Export
Passenger Cars 50,803 90,156 -43.6% 102,160 170,696 -40.2%
Light Trucks 163,184 183,478 -11.1% 335,360 341,687 -1.9%
Total 213,987 273,634 -21.8% 437,520 512,383 -14.6%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Mexico - Production of vehicles (Include for exports)
Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Feb. Share Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share
Nissan 49,364 20.7% 59,601 17.8% -17.2% 106,981 20.7% 117,008 17.6% -8.6%
GM 41,575 17.4% 74,560 22.2% -44.2% 106,461 20.6% 150,736 22.7% -29.4%
Volkswagen 27,582 11.5% 31,247 9.3% -11.7% 60,939 11.8% 68,139 10.3% -10.6%
Chrysler 24,075 10.1% 51,376 15.3% -53.1% 52,506 10.1% 91,127 13.7% -42.4%
Ford Motor 17,296 7.2% 24,581 7.3% -29.6% 25,592 4.9% 48,905 7.4% -47.7%
Toyota 17,157 7.2% 15,343 4.6% 11.8% 36,187 7.0% 30,245 4.6% 19.6%
Kia 16,800 7.0% 21,000 6.3% -20.0% 38,100 7.4% 45,300 6.8% -15.9%
Honda 12,165 5.1% 12,758 3.8% -4.6% 26,121 5.0% 26,066 3.9% 0.2%
Audi 11,193 4.7% 15,393 4.6% -27.3% 17,027 3.3% 25,543 3.8% -33.3%
Mazda 9,303 3.9% 16,356 4.9% -43.1% 22,500 4.3% 35,512 5.3% -36.6%
Mercedes-Benz 6,508 2.7% 8,075 2.4% -19.4% 13,086 2.5% 14,726 2.2% -11.1%
BMW 5,636 2.4% 4,860 1.4% 16.0% 11,413 2.2% 9,387 1.4% 21.6%
JAC 214 0.1% 558 0.2% -61.6% 666 0.1% 1,099 0.2% -39.4%
Total 238,868 100.0% 335,708 100.0% -28.8% 517,579 100.0% 663,793 100.0% -22.0%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Export of vehicles by make

Maker Feb. 2021 Feb. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Feb. 2021 Jan.-Feb. 2020 Y-o-Y
Nissan 43,918 40,311 8.9% 77,118 68,678 12.3%
GM 36,505 68,555 -46.8% 86,116 122,892 -29.9%
Chrysler 26,310 41,109 -36.0% 59,349 76,458 -22.4%
Volkswagen 24,891 26,691 -6.7% 51,033 57,942 -11.9%
Ford Motor 17,191 24,911 -31.0% 26,026 43,576 -40.3%
Toyota 13,875 13,674 1.5% 32,905 27,735 18.6%
Kia 13,804 15,320 -9.9% 29,684 31,100 -4.6%
Honda 11,410 11,231 1.6% 23,664 21,531 9.9%
Mazda 9,426 11,175 -15.7% 18,538 21,582 -14.1%
Audi 8,562 9,397 -8.9% 14,848 16,899 -12.1%
BMW 5,445 3,632 49.9% 9,122 5,787 57.6%
Mercedes-Benz 2,650 7,624 -65.2% 9,117 18,189 -49.9%
Fiat 0 4 -100.0% 0 14 -100.0%
Total 213,987 273,634 -21.8% 437,520 512,383 -14.6%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)




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Flash report, January 2021

Feb 9, 2021

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


Mexico auto production down 15.0% in January
OEMs built 278,711 light vehicles in Mexico in January 2021, resulting in a 15.0% decrease compared to the 328,085 units built in the same month of 2020 due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi).
The OEMs with production increases in January included Nissan with an 0.4% increase to 57,617 units; Toyota with a 27.7% increase to 19,030 units; Honda with a 4.9% increase to 13,956 units and BMW with an 27.6% increase to 5,777 units.
OEMs which declined in January compared to the previous year included GM with a 14.8% decrease to 64,886 units; VW with a 9.6% decrease to 33,357 units; Chrysler (Stellantis)* with a 28.5% decrease to 28,431 units; Kia with an 12.3% decrease to 21,300 units; Mazda with a 31.1% decrease to 13,197 units; Ford Motor with a 65.9% decrease to 8,296 units; Mercedes-Benz with a 1.1% decrease to 6,578 units; Audi with a 42.5% decrease to 5,834; and a 16.5% decrease to 452 units for JAC-branded vehicles built by Giant Motors.
*Chrysler is shown as stated in the source.

Mexico - Production/Export of vehicles
Jan. 2021 Jan. 2020 Y-o-Y
Production      
Passenger Cars 78,815 124,314 -36.6%
Light Trucks (Pickup Truck, SUV) 199,896 203,771 -1.9%
Total 278,711 328,085 -15.0%
Export      
Passenger Cars 51,357 80,540 -36.2%
Light Trucks 172,176 158,209 8.8%
Total 223,533 238,749 -6.4%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Mexico - Production of vehicles (Include for exports)
Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Jan. Share Jan. Share
GM 64,886 23.3% 76,176 23.2% -14.8%
Nissan 57,617 20.7% 57,407 17.5% 0.4%
Volkswagen 33,357 12.0% 36,892 11.2% -9.6%
Chrysler 28,431 10.2% 39,751 12.1% -28.5%
Kia 21,300 7.6% 24,300 7.4% -12.3%
Toyota 19,030 6.8% 14,902 4.5% 27.7%
Honda 13,956 5.0% 13,308 4.1% 4.9%
Mazda 13,197 4.7% 19,156 5.8% -31.1%
Ford Motor 8,296 3.0% 24,324 7.4% -65.9%
Mercedes-Benz 6,578 2.4% 6,651 2.0% -1.1%
Audi 5,834 2.1% 10,150 3.1% -42.5%
BMW 5,777 2.1% 4,527 1.4% 27.6%
JAC 452 0.2% 541 0.2% -16.5%
Total 278,711 100.0% 328,085 100.0% -15.0%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)


Export of vehicles by make

Maker Jan. 2021 Jan. 2020 Y-o-Y
GM 49,611 54,337 -8.7%
Nissan 33,200 28,367 17.0%
Chrysler 33,039 35,349 -6.5%
Volkswagen 26,142 31,251 -16.3%
Toyota 19,030 14,061 35.3%
Kia 15,880 15,780 0.6%
Honda 12,254 10,300 19.0%
Mazda 9,112 10,407 -12.4%
Ford Motor 8,835 18,665 -52.7%
Mercedes-Benz 6,467 10,565 -38.8%
Audi 6,286 7,502 -16.2%
BMW 3,677 2,155 70.6%
Fiat 0 10 -100.0%
Total 223,533 238,749 -6.4%
Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI)

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