Australia - Automotive sales volume, 2021



Flash report, Automotive sales volume, 2021

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Flash report, December 2021

Jan 6, 2022

*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.

Australian new vehicle sales decrease 18.0% in December, increase 14.5% in 2021
On January 6, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 78,402 units in December 2021 represented a decrease 18.0% over December 2020.
New vehicle sales of 1,049,831 units in 2021 represented an 14.5% increase from 2020.
Passenger car sales of 221,556 units in 2021 represented a 0.2% decrease from 2020, SUV sales of 531,700 units represented an 16.9% increase, LCV sales of 253,254 units represented an 23.2% increase and MHCV sales of 43,321 units represented an 25.3% increase.
Among the companies in 2021, Toyota sales increased 9.2% to 223,642 units, Mazda sales increased 18.1% to 101,119 units, Hyundai sales increased 12.4% to 72,872 units, Ford sales increased 19.8% to 71,380 units and Kia sales increased 21.2% to 67,964 units, compared to 2020.


New vehicle sales by type
Type Dec. 2021 Dec. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Dec.
2021
Jan.-Dec.
2020
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 14,496 19,977 -27.4% 221,556 222,103 -0.2%
SUV 40,349 49,474 -18.4% 531,700 454,701 16.9%
Commercial Vehicles 19,916 22,675 -12.2% 253,254 205,597 23.2%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 3,641 3,526 3.3% 43,321 34,567 25.3%
Total 78,402 95,652 -18.0% 1,049,831 916,968 14.5%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Dec. Share Dec. Share Jan.-Dec. Share Jan.-Dec. Share
1 Toyota 16,237 20.7% 23,470 24.5% -30.8% 223,642 21.3% 204,801 22.3% 9.2%
2 Mazda 7,078 9.0% 8,556 8.9% -17.3% 101,119 9.6% 85,640 9.3% 18.1%
3 Hyundai 5,734 7.3% 6,734 7.0% -14.9% 72,872 6.9% 64,807 7.1% 12.4%
4 Ford 5,434 6.9% 6,306 6.6% -13.8% 71,380 6.8% 59,601 6.5% 19.8%
5 Kia 4,880 6.2% 4,700 4.9% 3.8% 67,964 6.5% 56,076 6.1% 21.2%
6 Mitsubishi 5,657 7.2% 6,380 6.7% -11.3% 67,732 6.5% 58,335 6.4% 16.1%
7 Nissan 2,705 3.5% 4,216 4.4% -35.8% 41,263 3.9% 38,323 4.2% 7.7%
8 Volkswagen 2,445 3.1% 3,291 3.4% -25.7% 40,770 3.9% 39,266 4.3% 3.8%
9 MG 3,268 4.2% 1,924 2.0% 69.9% 39,025 3.7% 15,253 1.7% 155.9%
10 Subaru 2,804 3.6% 3,402 3.6% -17.6% 37,015 3.5% 31,501 3.4% 17.5%
  Others 22,160 28.3% 26,673 27.9% -16.9% 287,049 27.3% 263,365 28.7% 9.0%
Total 78,402 100.0% 95,652 100.0% -18.0% 1,049,831 100.0% 916,968 100.0% 14.5%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, November 2021

Dec 3, 2021

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Australian new vehicle sales decrease 15.3% in November
On December 3, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 80,639 units in November 2021 represented a decrease 15.3% over November 2020.
New vehicle sales of 971,429 units in the first eleven months of the year represented an 18.3% increase from the same period in 2020.  
Passenger car sales of 16,832 units in the first eleven months of the year represented an 18.7% decrease from the same period in 2020, SUV sales of 39,733 units represented a 20.6% decrease, LCV sales of 20,222 units represented a 4.8% decrease and MHCV sales of 3,852 units represented a 19.4% increase.  
Among the companies, Toyota sales decreased 34.3% to 15,239 units, Hyundai sales decreased 0.7% to 6,854 units, Ford sales decreased 6.0% to 6,215 units, Mitsubishi sales increased 4.2% to 5,720 units and Mazda sales decreased 41.5% to 5,295 units, compared to November 2020.
The best-selling cars in November 2021, in order of popularity, were Ford Ranger , Toyota Hilux and Hyundai i30.

New vehicle sales by type
Type Nov. 2021 Nov. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Nov.
2021
Jan.-Nov.
2020
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 16,832 20,711 -18.7% 207,060 202,126 2.4%
SUV 39,733 50,016 -20.6% 491,351 405,227 21.3%
Commercial Vehicles 20,222 21,252 -4.8% 233,338 182,922 27.6%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 3,852 3,226 19.4% 39,680 31,041 27.8%
Total 80,639 95,205 -15.3% 971,429 821,316 18.3%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Nov. Share Nov. Share Jan.-Nov. Share Jan.-Nov. Share
1 Toyota 15,239 18.9% 23,204 24.4% -34.3% 207,405 21.4% 181,331 22.1% 14.4%
2 Hyundai 6,854 8.5% 6,903 7.3% -0.7% 67,138 6.9% 58,073 7.1% 15.6%
3 Ford 6,215 7.7% 6,613 6.9% -6.0% 65,946 6.8% 53,295 6.5% 23.7%
4 Mitsubishi 5,720 7.1% 5,488 5.8% 4.2% 62,075 6.4% 51,955 6.3% 19.5%
5 Mazda 5,295 6.6% 9,053 9.5% -41.5% 94,041 9.7% 77,084 9.4% 22.0%
6 Kia 4,915 6.1% 5,376 5.6% -8.6% 63,084 6.5% 51,376 6.3% 22.8%
7 MG 3,743 4.6% 2,021 2.1% 85.2% 35,757 3.7% 13,329 1.6% 168.3%
8 Nissan 3,509 4.4% 4,001 4.2% -12.3% 38,558 4.0% 34,107 4.2% 13.1%
9 Volkswagen 3,098 3.8% 3,280 3.4% -5.5% 38,325 3.9% 35,975 4.4% 6.5%
10 Subaru 2,712 3.4% 3,203 3.4% -15.3% 34,211 3.5% 28,099 3.4% 21.8%
  Others 23,339 28.9% 26,063 27.4% -10.5% 264,889 27.3% 236,692 28.8% 11.9%
Total 80,639 100.0% 95,205 100.0% -15.3% 971,429 100.0% 821,316 100.0% 18.3%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, October 2021

Nov 4, 2021

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Australian new vehicle sales decrease 8.1% in October
On November 4, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries announced that new vehicle registrations of 74,650 units in October 2021 represented a decrease 8.1% over October 2020.
New vehicle sales of 890,790 units in the first ten months of the year represented an 22.7% increase from the same period in 2020.
Passenger car sales of 15,952 units in the first ten months of the year represented an 10.4% decrease from the same period in 2020, SUV sales of 35,343 units represented a 14.3% decrease, LCV sales of 19,344 units represented an 1.0% increase and MHCV sales of 4,011 units represented an 31.3% increase.
Among the companies, Toyota sales decreased 21.1% to 15,395 units, Hyundai sales increased 2.8% to 6,115 units, Ford sales decreased 4.9% to 5,462 units, Mazda sales decreased 30.5% to 5,181 units and Kia sales decreased 8.5% to 4,853 units compared to October 2020.
The best-selling cars in October 2021, in order of popularity, were Ford Ranger, Toyota Hilux and Toyota Land Cruiser.

New vehicle sales by type

Type Oct. 2021 Oct. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Oct.
2021
Jan.-Oct.
2020
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 15,952 17,794 -10.4% 190,228 181,415 4.9%
SUV 35,343 41,220 -14.3% 451,618 355,211 27.1%
Commercial Vehicles 19,344 19,152 1.0% 213,116 161,670 31.8%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 4,011 3,054 31.3% 35,828 27,815 28.8%
Total 74,650 81,220 -8.1% 890,790 726,111 22.7%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Oct. Share Oct. Share Jan.-Oct. Share Jan.-Oct. Share
1 Toyota 15,395 20.6% 19,505 24.0% -21.1% 192,166 21.6% 158,127 21.8% 21.5%
2 Hyundai 6,115 8.2% 5,951 7.3% 2.8% 60,284 6.8% 51,170 7.0% 17.8%
3 Ford 5,462 7.3% 5,744 7.1% -4.9% 59,731 6.7% 46,682 6.4% 28.0%
4 Mazda 5,181 6.9% 7,457 9.2% -30.5% 88,746 10.0% 68,031 9.4% 30.4%
5 Kia 4,853 6.5% 5,304 6.5% -8.5% 58,169 6.5% 46,000 6.3% 26.5%
6 Mitsubishi 4,203 5.6% 4,510 5.6% -6.8% 56,355 6.3% 46,467 6.4% 21.3%
7 Nissan 3,397 4.6% 3,539 4.4% -4.0% 35,049 3.9% 30,106 4.1% 16.4%
8 MG 3,136 4.2% 1,680 2.1% 86.7% 32,014 3.6% 11,308 1.6% 183.1%
9 Volkswagen 2,912 3.9% 3,112 3.8% -6.4% 35,227 4.0% 32,695 4.5% 7.7%
10 Subaru 2,736 3.7% 2,902 3.6% -5.7% 31,499 3.5% 24,896 3.4% 26.5%
  Others 21,260 28.5% 21,516 26.5% -1.2% 241,550 27.1% 210,629 29.0% 14.7%
Total 74,650 100.0% 81,220 100.0% -8.1% 890,790 100.0% 726,111 100.0% 22.7%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, September 2021

Oct 5, 2021

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New vehicle sales by type
Type Sep. 2021 Sep. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Sep.
2021
Jan.-Sep.
2020
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 18,531 17,720 4.6% 174,276 163,621 6.5%
SUV 40,832 32,647 25.1% 416,275 313,991 32.6%
Commercial Vehicles 20,035 15,772 27.0% 193,772 142,518 36.0%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 3,914 2,846 37.5% 31,817 24,761 28.5%
Total 83,312 68,985 20.8% 816,140 644,891 26.6%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands
- Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Sep. Share Sep. Share Jan.-Sep. Share Jan.-Sep. Share
1 Toyota 20,216 24.3% 12,936 18.8% 56.3% 176,771 21.7% 138,622 21.5% 27.5%
2 Mazda 6,555 7.9% 7,000 10.1% -6.4% 83,565 10.2% 60,574 9.4% 38.0%
3 Ford 5,759 6.9% 4,816 7.0% 19.6% 54,269 6.6% 40,938 6.3% 32.6%
4 Hyundai 5,457 6.6% 5,273 7.6% 3.5% 54,169 6.6% 45,219 7.0% 19.8%
5 Kia 5,155 6.2% 5,092 7.4% 1.2% 53,316 6.5% 40,696 6.3% 31.0%
6 Mitsubishi 4,605 5.5% 4,179 6.1% 10.2% 52,152 6.4% 41,957 6.5% 24.3%
7 Volkswagen 3,791 4.6% 3,493 5.1% 8.5% 32,315 4.0% 29,583 4.6% 9.2%
8 Isuzu Ute 3,130 3.8% 1,546 2.2% 102.5% 28,437 3.5% 13,646 2.1% 108.4%
9 Subaru 3,062 3.7% 2,121 3.1% 44.4% 28,763 3.5% 21,994 3.4% 30.8%
10 MG 3,010 3.6% 1,554 2.3% 93.7% 28,878 3.5% 9,628 1.5% 199.9%
  Others 22,572 27.1% 20,975 30.4% 7.6% 223,505 27.4% 202,034 31.3% 10.6%
Total 83,312 100.0% 68,985 100.0% 20.8% 816,140 100.0% 644,891 100.0% 26.6%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, August 2021

Sep 3, 2021

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New vehicle sales by type
Type Aug. 2021 Aug. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Aug.
2021
Jan.-Aug.
2020
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 17,339 14,758 17.5% 155,745 145,901 6.7%
SUV 40,981 32,378 26.6% 375,443 281,344 33.4%
Commercial Vehicles 19,236 11,234 71.2% 173,737 126,746 37.1%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 3,643 2,616 39.3% 27,903 21,915 27.3%
Total 81,199 60,986 33.1% 732,828 575,906 27.2%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Aug. Share Aug. Share Jan.-Aug. Share Jan.-Aug. Share
1 Toyota 19,959 24.6% 12,449 20.4% 60.3% 156,555 21.4% 125,686 21.8% 24.6%
2 Mazda 7,645 9.4% 6,921 11.3% 10.5% 77,010 10.5% 53,574 9.3% 43.7%
3 Kia 5,065 6.2% 4,521 7.4% 12.0% 48,161 6.6% 35,604 6.2% 35.3%
4 Ford 5,058 6.2% 3,898 6.4% 29.8% 48,510 6.6% 36,122 6.3% 34.3%
5 Hyundai 5,016 6.2% 4,525 7.4% 10.9% 48,712 6.6% 39,946 6.9% 21.9%
6 Mitsubishi 4,802 5.9% 4,308 7.1% 11.5% 47,547 6.5% 37,778 6.6% 25.9%
7 Volkswagen 3,793 4.7% 2,785 4.6% 36.2% 28,524 3.9% 26,090 4.5% 9.3%
8 Subaru 3,232 4.0% 2,052 3.4% 57.5% 25,701 3.5% 19,873 3.5% 29.3%
9 Isuzu Ute 3,099 3.8% 794 1.3% 290.3% 25,307 3.5% 12,100 2.1% 109.1%
10 MG 3,011 3.7% 1,217 2.0% 147.4% 25,868 3.5% 8,074 1.4% 220.4%
  Others 20,519 25.3% 17,516 28.7% 17.1% 200,933 27.4% 181,059 31.4% 11.0%
Total 81,199 100.0% 60,986 100.0% 33.1% 732,828 100.0% 575,906 100.0% 27.2%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, July 2021

Aug 4, 2021

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New vehicle sales by type
Type Jul. 2021 Jul. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jul.
2021
Jan.-Jul.
2020
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 17,619 18,156 -3.0% 138,406 131,143 5.5%
SUV 42,020 36,553 15.0% 334,462 248,966 34.3%
Commercial Vehicles 20,994 14,898 40.9% 154,501 115,512 33.8%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 3,528 2,898 21.7% 24,260 19,299 25.7%
Total 84,161 72,505 16.1% 651,629 514,920 26.5%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Jul. Share Jul. Share Jan.-Jul. Share Jan.-Jul. Share
1 Toyota 17,643 21.0% 15,508 21.4% 13.8% 136,596 21.0% 113,237 22.0% 20.6%
2 Mazda 8,919 10.6% 7,806 10.8% 14.3% 69,365 10.6% 46,653 9.1% 48.7%
3 Ford 5,569 6.6% 4,573 6.3% 21.8% 43,452 6.7% 32,224 6.3% 34.8%
4 Mitsubishi 5,302 6.3% 4,684 6.5% 13.2% 42,745 6.6% 33,470 6.5% 27.7%
5 Kia 5,202 6.2% 4,625 6.4% 12.5% 43,096 6.6% 31,083 6.0% 38.6%
6 Hyundai 5,062 6.0% 4,634 6.4% 9.2% 43,696 6.7% 35,421 6.9% 23.4%
7 Volkswagen 3,840 4.6% 3,710 5.1% 3.5% 24,731 3.8% 23,305 4.5% 6.1%
8 Isuzu Ute 3,403 4.0% 1,327 1.8% 156.4% 22,208 3.4% 11,306 2.2% 96.4%
9 MG 3,313 3.9% 1,115 1.5% 197.1% 22,857 3.5% 6,857 1.3% 233.3%
10 Nissan 2,691 3.2% 2,906 4.0% -7.4% 26,673 4.1% 21,599 4.2% 23.5%
  Others 23,217 27.6% 21,617 29.8% 7.4% 176,210 27.0% 159,765 31.0% 10.3%
Total 84,161 100.0% 72,505 100.0% 16.1% 651,629 100.0% 514,920 100.0% 26.5%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, June 2021

Jul 5, 2021

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New vehicle sales by type
Type Jun. 2021 Jun. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Jun.
2021
Jan.-Jun.
2020
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 23,361 25,043 -6.7% 120,787 112,987 6.9%
SUV 53,761 51,924 3.5% 292,442 212,413 37.7%
Commercial Vehicles 28,550 28,645 -0.3% 133,507 100,614 32.7%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 4,992 4,622 8.0% 20,732 16,401 26.4%
Total 110,664 110,234 0.4% 567,468 442,415 28.3%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Jun. Share Jun. Share Jan.-Jun. Share Jan.-Jun. Share
1 Toyota 21,076 19.0% 22,867 20.7% -7.8% 118,953 21.0% 97,729 22.1% 21.7%
2 Mazda 12,225 11.0% 9,420 8.5% 29.8% 60,446 10.7% 38,847 8.8% 55.6%
3 Ford 8,456 7.6% 7,624 6.9% 10.9% 37,883 6.7% 27,651 6.3% 37.0%
4 Kia 7,890 7.1% 5,727 5.2% 37.8% 37,894 6.7% 26,458 6.0% 43.2%
5 Hyundai 7,357 6.6% 7,737 7.0% -4.9% 38,634 6.8% 30,787 7.0% 25.5%
6 Mitsubishi 5,641 5.1% 7,419 6.7% -24.0% 37,443 6.6% 28,786 6.5% 30.1%
7 Volkswagen 4,674 4.2% 5,737 5.2% -18.5% 20,891 3.7% 19,595 4.4% 6.6%
8 MG 4,303 3.9% 1,348 1.2% 219.2% 19,544 3.4% 5,742 1.3% 240.4%
9 Nissan 4,036 3.6% 4,260 3.9% -5.3% 23,982 4.2% 18,693 4.2% 28.3%
10 Isuzu Ute 3,964 3.6% 2,656 2.4% 49.2% 18,805 3.3% 9,979 2.3% 88.4%
  Others 31,042 28.1% 35,439 32.1% -12.4% 152,993 27.0% 138,148 31.2% 10.7%
Total 110,664 100.0% 110,234 100.0% 0.4% 567,468 100.0% 442,415 100.0% 28.3%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)


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Flash report, May 2021

Jun 3, 2021

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New vehicle sales by type
Type May 2021 May 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-May
2021
Jan.-May
2020
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 20,218 13,839 46.1% 97,426 87,944 10.8%
SUV 53,605 28,649 87.1% 238,681 160,489 48.7%
Commercial Vehicles 23,177 14,791 56.7% 104,957 71,969 45.8%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 3,809 2,615 45.7% 15,740 11,779 33.6%
Total 100,809 59,894 68.3% 456,804 332,181 37.5%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
May Share May Share Jan.-May Share Jan.-May Share
1 Toyota 21,156 21.0% 14,466 24.2% 46.2% 97,877 21.4% 74,862 22.5% 30.7%
2 Mazda 10,554 10.5% 5,661 9.5% 86.4% 48,221 10.6% 29,427 8.9% 63.9%
3 Kia 7,124 7.1% 2,760 4.6% 158.1% 30,004 6.6% 20,731 6.2% 44.7%
4 Ford 6,493 6.4% 3,894 6.5% 66.7% 29,427 6.4% 20,027 6.0% 46.9%
5 Mitsubishi 6,478 6.4% 3,010 5.0% 115.2% 31,802 7.0% 21,367 6.4% 48.8%
6 Hyundai 6,450 6.4% 4,109 6.9% 57.0% 31,277 6.8% 23,050 6.9% 35.7%
7 Nissan 4,307 4.3% 2,216 3.7% 94.4% 19,946 4.4% 14,433 4.3% 38.2%
8 Volkswagen 4,005 4.0% 2,781 4.6% 44.0% 16,217 3.6% 13,858 4.2% 17.0%
9 Isuzu Ute 3,946 3.9% 1,439 2.4% 174.2% 14,841 3.2% 7,323 2.2% 102.7%
10 Subaru 3,547 3.5% 2,023 3.4% 75.3% 17,072 3.7% 11,182 3.4% 52.7%
  Others 26,749 26.5% 17,535 29.3% 52.5% 120,120 26.3% 95,921 28.9% 25.2%
Total 100,809 100.0% 59,894 100.0% 68.3% 456,804 100.0% 332,181 100.0% 37.5%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, April 2021

May 6, 2021

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New vehicle sales by type
Type Apr. 2021 Apr. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Apr.
2021
Jan.-Apr.
2020
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 18,064 9,158 97.2% 77,208 74,105 4.2%
SUV 49,176 18,022 172.9% 185,076 131,840 40.4%
Commercial Vehicles 21,714 9,436 130.1% 81,780 57,178 43.0%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 3,393 2,310 46.9% 11,931 9,164 30.2%
Total 92,347 38,926 137.2% 355,995 272,287 30.7%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Apr. Share Apr. Share Jan.-Apr. Share Jan.-Apr. Share
1 Toyota 20,208 21.9% 10,325 26.5% 95.7% 76,721 21.6% 60,396 22.2% 27.0%
2 Mazda 10,052 10.9% 3,022 7.8% 232.6% 37,667 10.6% 23,766 8.7% 58.5%
3 Mitsubishi 7,513 8.1% 1,734 4.5% 333.3% 25,324 7.1% 18,357 6.7% 38.0%
4 Ford 7,146 7.7% 2,251 5.8% 217.5% 22,934 6.4% 16,133 5.9% 42.2%
5 Hyundai 5,772 6.3% 2,247 5.8% 156.9% 24,827 7.0% 18,941 7.0% 31.1%
6 Kia 5,707 6.2% 2,492 6.4% 129.0% 22,880 6.4% 17,971 6.6% 27.3%
7 Nissan 3,500 3.8% 1,468 3.8% 138.4% 15,639 4.4% 12,217 4.5% 28.0%
8 Subaru 3,451 3.7% 1,282 3.3% 169.2% 13,525 3.8% 9,159 3.4% 47.7%
9 Volkswagen 3,123 3.4% 1,328 3.4% 135.2% 12,212 3.4% 11,077 4.1% 10.2%
10 MG 3,007 3.3% 414 1.1% 626.3% 11,735 3.3% 3,730 1.4% 214.6%
  Others 22,868 24.8% 12,363 31.8% 85.0% 92,531 26.0% 80,540 29.6% 14.9%
Total 92,347 100.0% 38,926 100.0% 137.2% 355,995 100.0% 272,287 100.0% 30.7%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Flash report, March 2021

Apr 7, 2021

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New vehicle sales by type
Type Mar. 2021 Mar. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Mar.
2021
Jan.-Mar.
2020
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 21,360 21,783 -1.9% 59,144 64,947 -8.9%
SUV 51,705 39,162 32.0% 135,900 113,818 19.4%
Commercial Vehicles 23,255 18,165 28.0% 60,066 47,742 25.8%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 3,685 2,580 42.8% 8,538 6,854 24.6%
Total 100,005 81,690 22.4% 263,648 233,361 13.0%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Mar. Share Mar. Share Jan.-Mar. Share Jan.-Mar. Share
1 Toyota 21,319 21.3% 17,583 21.5% 21.2% 56,513 21.4% 50,071 21.5% 12.9%
2 Mazda 10,785 10.8% 6,819 8.3% 58.2% 27,615 10.5% 20,744 8.9% 33.1%
3 Hyundai 6,852 6.9% 5,306 6.5% 29.1% 19,055 7.2% 16,694 7.2% 14.1%
4 Mitsubishi 6,430 6.4% 6,002 7.3% 7.1% 17,811 6.8% 16,623 7.1% 7.1%
5 Ford 5,977 6.0% 4,857 5.9% 23.1% 15,788 6.0% 13,882 5.9% 13.7%
6 Kia 5,802 5.8% 5,654 6.9% 2.6% 17,173 6.5% 15,479 6.6% 10.9%
7 Nissan 4,559 4.6% 3,501 4.3% 30.2% 12,139 4.6% 10,749 4.6% 12.9%
8 Subaru 4,212 4.2% 3,024 3.7% 39.3% 10,074 3.8% 7,877 3.4% 27.9%
9 Volkswagen 3,358 3.4% 2,870 3.5% 17.0% 9,089 3.4% 9,749 4.2% -6.8%
10 MG 3,303 3.3% 1,234 1.5% 167.7% 8,728 3.3% 3,316 1.4% 163.2%
  Others 27,408 27.4% 24,840 30.4% 10.3% 69,663 26.4% 68,177 29.2% 2.2%
Total 100,005 100.0% 81,690 100.0% 22.4% 263,648 100.0% 233,361 100.0% 13.0%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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Mar 3, 2021

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New vehicle sales by type
Type Feb. 2021 Feb. 2020 Y-o-Y Jan.-Feb.
2021
Jan.-Feb.
2020
Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 19,194 22,660 -15.3% 37,784 43,164 -12.5%
SUV 42,651 39,273 8.6% 84,195 74,656 12.8%
Commercial Vehicles 19,326 15,542 24.3% 36,811 29,577 24.5%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 2,806 2,465 13.8% 4,853 4,274 13.5%
Total 83,977 79,940 5.1% 163,643 151,671 7.9%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Feb. Share Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share Jan.-Feb. Share
1 Toyota 18,375 21.9% 17,679 22.1% 3.9% 35,194 21.5% 32,488 21.4% 8.3%
2 Mazda 8,322 9.9% 7,230 9.0% 15.1% 16,830 10.3% 13,925 9.2% 20.9%
3 Hyundai 6,252 7.4% 5,945 7.4% 5.2% 12,203 7.5% 11,388 7.5% 7.2%
4 Mitsubishi 6,202 7.4% 5,513 6.9% 12.5% 11,381 7.0% 10,621 7.0% 7.2%
5 Kia 5,871 7.0% 5,120 6.4% 14.7% 11,371 6.9% 9,825 6.5% 15.7%
6 Ford 4,712 5.6% 4,856 6.1% -3.0% 9,811 6.0% 9,025 6.0% 8.7%
7 Nissan 3,824 4.6% 3,804 4.8% 0.5% 7,580 4.6% 7,248 4.8% 4.6%
8 MG 3,017 3.6% 1,163 1.5% 159.4% 5,425 3.3% 2,082 1.4% 160.6%
9 Volkswagen 3,009 3.6% 3,633 4.5% -17.2% 5,731 3.5% 6,879 4.5% -16.7%
10 Mercedes-Benz Cars 2,815 3.4% 2,673 3.3% 5.3% 5,258 3.2% 4,531 3.0% 16.0%
  Others 21,578 25.7% 22,324 27.9% -3.3% 42,859 26.2% 43,659 28.8% -1.8%
Total 83,977 100.0% 79,940 100.0% 5.1% 163,643 100.0% 151,671 100.0% 7.9%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)


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New vehicle sales by type
Type Jan. 2021 Jan. 2020 Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 18,590 20,504 -9.3%
SUV 41,544 35,383 17.4%
Light Commercial Vehicles 17,485 14,035 24.6%
Heavy Commercial Vehicles 2,047 1,809 13.2%
Total 79,666 71,731 11.1%


Top 10 best selling Makers/Brands

- Maker/Brand 2021 2020 Y-o-Y
Jan. Share Jan. Share
1 Toyota 16,819 21.1% 14,809 20.6% 13.6%
2 Mazda 8,508 10.7% 6,695 9.3% 27.1%
3 Hyundai 5,951 7.5% 5,443 7.6% 9.3%
4 Kia 5,500 6.9% 4,705 6.6% 16.9%
5 Mitsubishi 5,179 6.5% 5,108 7.1% 1.4%
6 Ford 5,099 6.4% 4,169 5.8% 22.3%
7 Nissan 3,756 4.7% 3,444 4.8% 9.1%
8 Subaru 3,223 4.0% 2,250 3.1% 43.2%
9 Volkswagen 2,722 3.4% 3,246 4.5% -16.1%
10 Mercedes-Benz Cars 2,443 3.1% 1,858 2.6% 31.5%
Others 20,466 25.7% 20,004 27.9% 2.3%
Total 79,666 100.0% 71,731 100.0% 11.1%
Source: Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI)



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