Indonesia - Automotive Sales volume, 2022



Flash report, Automotive sales volume, 2022

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

Flash report, July 2022

Aug 12, 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.

Indonesian sales up 29.4% in July
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in July 2022 were 86,256 units, up 29.4% compared to July 2021.
2022 January - July sales were up 22.0% to 561,287 units.
By automaker sales in July, Toyota was up 34.8% y/y to 29,326 units and a 34.0% market share. Daihatsu was up 71.6% to 15,935 units and a 18.5% market share. Honda was up 6.3% to 9,599 units and a 11.1% market share. Mitsubishi was down 26.6% to 8,023 units and an 9.3% market share. Suzuki was up 19.0% to 7,467 units and a 8.7% market share.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make (Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Jul. 2022 Jan.-Jul.
2022
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota 29,326 34.0% 34.8% 178,787 31.9% 24.2%
Daihatsu 15,935 18.5% 71.6% 106,278 18.9% 26.4%
Honda 9,599 11.1% 6.3% 72,184 12.9% 25.5%
Mitsubishi 8,023 9.3% -26.6% 59,319 10.6% 0.8%
Suzuki 7,467 8.7% 19.0% 48,880 8.7% 1.1%
Mitsubishi Fuso 3,731 4.3% 47.7% 19,530 3.5% 17.6%
Isuzu 3,239 3.8% 77.4% 20,475 3.6% 47.3%
Hino 2,843 3.3% 114.2% 15,269 2.7% 53.1%
Hyundai 2,262 2.6% 815.8% 13,545 2.4% 756.2%
Wuling 1,506 1.7% -26.1% 12,767 2.3% -1.9%
Mercedes Benz 522 0.6% 130.0% 3,184 0.6% 74.0%
Mazda 340 0.4% 314.6% 1,902 0.3% -5.9%
DFSK 333 0.4% 56.3% 1,477 0.3% -14.1%
BMW 310 0.4% 179.3% 1,694 0.3% 25.3%
Kia 196 0.2% -11.7% 927 0.2% -53.6%
Nissan 148 0.2% -51.5% 1,573 0.3% 55.6%
MG 114 0.1% 142.6% 552 0.1% -13.3%
Lexus 104 0.1% 65.1% 658 0.1% 13.6%
VW 55 0.1% 266.7% 245 0.0% 6.1%
MINI 52 0.1% 108.0% 395 0.1% 9.1%
Peugeot 40 0.0% 900.0% 313 0.1% 165.3%
UD Trucks 36 0.0% 28.6% 1,025 0.2% 659.3%
Subaru 30 0.0% -% 30 0.0% -%
Tata 26 0.0% 271.4% 129 0.0% 48.3%
FAW 13 0.0% -70.5% 123 0.0% 7.9%
Audi 6 0.0% 20.0% 26 0.0% 36.8%
Total 86,256 100.0% 29.4% 561,287 100.0% 22.0%
Source:GAIKINDO




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Flash report, June 2022

Jul 14, 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.

Indonesian sales up 8.9% in June
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in June 2022 were 79,168 units, up 8.9% compared to June 2021.
2022 January - June sales were up 20.8% to 475,321 units.
By automaker sales in June, Toyota was up 17.3% y/y to 27,290 units and a 34.5% market share. Daihatsu was up 9.3% to 16,925 units and a 21.4% market share. Honda was up 3.1% to 9,057 units and a 11.4% market share. Suzuki was down 19.5% to 7,215 units and an 9.1% market share. Mitsubishi was down 30.8% to 4,700 units and a 5.9% market share.
In 2022, Gaikindo targets the cars sold to reach 900 thousand units.
According to Samuel Sekuritas analyst Pebe Peresia, until the end of the year, automotive performance can still improve.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make (Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Jun. 2022 Jan.-Jun.
2022
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota 27,290 34.5% 17.3% 149,461 31.4% 22.3%
Daihatsu 16,925 21.4% 9.3% 90,343 19.0% 20.7%
Honda 9,057 11.4% 3.1% 62,585 13.2% 29.1%
Suzuki 7,215 9.1% -19.5% 41,413 8.7% -1.6%
Mitsubishi 4,700 5.9% -30.8% 51,296 10.8% 7.0%
Mitsubishi Fuso 3,183 4.0% 114.5% 15,799 3.3% 12.2%
Hino 2,900 3.7% 90.8% 12,426 2.6% 43.7%
Isuzu 2,851 3.6% 41.3% 17,229 3.6% 42.7%
Hyundai 1,805 2.3% 520.3% 11,283 2.4% 745.2%
Wuling 1,236 1.6% -45.5% 11,261 2.4% 2.6%
Mercedes Benz 503 0.6% 73.4% 2,662 0.6% 66.1%
Mazda 314 0.4% 36.5% 1,562 0.3% -19.4%
DFSK 292 0.4% 35.2% 1,441 0.3% -4.3%
BMW 288 0.4% 64.6% 1,384 0.3% 11.5%
Nissan 160 0.2% -49.7% 1,425 0.3% 101.8%
Kia 92 0.1% -64.8% 731 0.2% -58.9%
Lexus 84 0.1% -27.6% 554 0.1% 7.4%
UD Trucks 69 0.1% 392.9% 989 0.2% 824.3%
MG 58 0.1% -46.3% 438 0.1% -25.8%
MINI 56 0.1% -3.4% 343 0.1% 1.8%
Peugeot 34 0.0% 209.1% 273 0.1% 139.5%
VW 29 0.0% -14.7% 190 0.0% -12.0%
FAW 14 0.0% -6.7% 110 0.0% 57.1%
Audi 10 0.0% 400.0% 20 0.0% 42.9%
Tata 3 0.0% 200.0% 103 0.0% 28.8%
Total 79,168 100.0% 8.9% 475,321 100.0% 20.8%
Source:GAIKINDO



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Flash report, May 2022

Jun 17, 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.

Indonesian sales down 9.8% in May
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in May 2022 were 49,453 units, down 9.8% compared to May 2021.
2022 January - May sales were up 23.5% to 396,153 units.
By automaker sales in May, Toyota was down 26.8% y/y to 13,296 units and a 26.9% market share. Honda was up 39.1% to 8,114 units and a 16.4% market share. Daihatsu was down 16.0% to 6,981 units and a 14.1% market share. Suzuki was up 12.8% to 6,026 units and an 12.2% market share. Mitsubishi was down 35.8% to 5,414 units and a 10.9% market share.


Indonesia new vehicle sales by make (Wholesales)
Maker/Brand May 2022 Jan.-May
2022
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota 13,296 26.9% -26.8% 122,170 30.8% 23.5%
Honda 8,114 16.4% 39.1% 53,528 13.5% 34.8%
Daihatsu 6,981 14.1% -16.0% 73,418 18.5% 23.7%
Suzuki 6,026 12.2% 12.8% 34,198 8.6% 3.3%
Mitsubishi 5,414 10.9% -35.8% 46,596 11.8% 13.3%
Isuzu 2,481 5.0% 41.6% 14,378 3.6% 43.0%
Hino 1,871 3.8% 92.9% 9,526 2.4% 33.7%
Hyundai 1,532 3.1% 714.9% 9,478 2.4% 807.9%
Mitsubishi Fuso 1,307 2.6% -24.1% 12,616 3.2% 0.1%
Wuling 815 1.6% -67.6% 10,025 2.5% 15.2%
Mercedes Benz 327 0.7% 40.9% 2,160 0.5% 64.5%
Mazda 245 0.5% 60.1% 1,248 0.3% -27.0%
BMW 190 0.4% -12.8% 1,096 0.3% 2.8%
DFSK 189 0.4% -13.3% 1,149 0.3% -10.9%
UD Trucks 139 0.3% 321.2% 920 0.2% 889.2%
Kia 134 0.3% -55.5% 639 0.2% -57.8%
Nissan 116 0.2% 2.7% 1,265 0.3% 226.0%
Lexus 115 0.2% 33.7% 470 0.1% 17.5%
MINI 50 0.1% -21.9% 287 0.1% 2.9%
Peugeot 46 0.1% 84.0% 239 0.1% 132.0%
MG 33 0.1% -62.1% 380 0.1% -21.2%
VW 23 0.0% 43.8% 161 0.0% -11.5%
FAW 8 0.0% -46.7% 96 0.0% 74.5%
Audi 1 0.0% -66.7% 10 0.0% -16.7%
Tata - -% -% 100 0.0% 26.6%
Total 49,453 100.0% -9.8% 396,153 100.0% 23.5%
Source:GAIKINDO



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Flash report, April 2022

Jun 2, 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.

Indonesian sales up 5.0% in April
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in April 2022 were 82,877 units, up 5.0% compared to April 2021, down 15.9% compared to the previous month.
2022 January - April sales were up 30.4% to 346,849 units.
By automaker sales in April, Toyota was up 19.2% y/y to 27,779 units and a 33.5% market share. Daihatsu was down 1.5% to 15,617 units and a 18.8% market share. Honda was up 19.8% to 10,149 units and a 12.2% market share. Mitsubishi was down 31.3% to 7,528 units and a 9.1% market share. Suzuki was down 28.4% to 5,801 units and an 7.0% market share.
eeing the decline in sales that occurred, Gaikindo said there were several factors that made sales in April 2022 decline.
“Indeed, the relaxation of PPnBM ending in March is a factor. Meanwhile, April is already the fasting month. Besides that, there are also problems in the microchip supply chain,” said Jongkie Sugiarto Chairman I of Gaikindo. 


Indonesia new vehicle sales by make (Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Apr. 2022 Jan.-Apr.
2022
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota 27,779 33.5% 19.2% 108,874 31.4% 34.9%
Daihatsu 15,617 18.8% -1.5% 66,437 19.2% 30.2%
Honda 10,149 12.2% 19.8% 45,414 13.1% 34.1%
Mitsubishi 7,528 9.1% -31.3% 41,182 11.9% 25.9%
Suzuki 5,801 7.0% -28.4% 28,172 8.1% 1.5%
Mitsubishi Fuso 4,799 5.8% 67.4% 11,309 3.3% 4.0%
Isuzu 2,854 3.4% 21.1% 11,897 3.4% 43.3%
Wuling 2,201 2.7% -12.3% 9,210 2.7% 48.8%
Hyundai 2,175 2.6% 610.8% 8,098 2.3% 846.0%
Hino 1,530 1.8% -13.3% 7,652 2.2% 24.3%
Mazda 627 0.8% 12.4% 1,003 0.3% -35.5%
Mercedes Benz 551 0.7% 105.6% 1,834 0.5% 69.7%
BMW 293 0.4% 23.1% 906 0.3% 6.8%
DFSK 225 0.3% -38.4% 960 0.3% -10.4%
Kia 190 0.2% -54.2% 505 0.1% -58.4%
Nissan 158 0.2% 125.7% 1,149 0.3% 317.8%
Lexus 113 0.1% 6.6% 354 0.1% 12.7%
UD Trucks 89 0.1% 122.5% 781 0.2% 1201.7%
MINI 53 0.1% -22.1% 237 0.1% 10.2%
Peugeot 46 0.1% 318.2% 193 0.1% 147.4%
Tata 42 0.1% 281.8% 100 0.0% 51.5%
MG 25 0.0% -88.3% 347 0.1% -12.2%
VW 20 0.0% -54.5% 138 0.0% -16.9%
Audi 7 0.0% 75.0% 9 0.0% 0.0%
FAW 5 0.0% 66.7% 88 0.0% 120.0%
Total 82,877 100.0% 5.0% 346,849 100.0% 30.4%
Source:GAIKINDO



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Flash report, March 2022

Apr 14, 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.

Indonesian sales up 16.0% in March
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in March 2022 were 98,536 units, up 16.0% compared to March 2021.
2022 January - March sales were up 41.1% to 263,822 units.
By automaker sales in March, Toyota was up 27.0% y/y to 33,344 units and a 33.8% market share. Daihatsu was up 4.1% to 17,465 units and a 17.7% market share. Honda was up 14.3% to 12,975 units and a 13.2% market share. Mitsubishi was up 13.8% to 11,501 units and a 11.7% market share. Suzuki was down 0.7% to 8,604 units and an 8.7% market share.
"The results of vehicle sales in March that had managed to reach more than 98 thousand units matched the achievement figures under normal conditions (before the pandemic), and this is the fruit of the support and direction given by the government," Gaikindo Chairman Yohannes Nangoi stated on Monday.
According to Nangoi, the increase in sales figures in the first quarter of 2022 was bolstered by the relaxation of luxury goods sales tax (PPnBM DTP) that he deemed had supported the Indonesian automotive industry.


Indonesia new vehicle sales by make (Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Mar. 2022 Jan.-Mar.
2022
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota 33,344 33.8% 27.0% 81,095 30.7% 41.2%
Daihatsu 17,465 17.7% 4.1% 50,820 19.3% 44.5%
Honda 12,975 13.2% 14.3% 35,266 13.4% 38.9%
Mitsubishi 11,501 11.7% 13.8% 33,654 12.8% 54.7%
Suzuki 8,604 8.7% -0.7% 22,371 8.5% 13.7%
Isuzu 3,420 3.5% 45.0% 9,043 3.4% 52.0%
Wuling 2,500 2.5% 6.9% 7,009 2.7% 90.5%
Hino 2,336 2.4% 36.4% 6,122 2.3% 39.4%
Hyundai 2,150 2.2% 756.6% 5,771 2.2% 949.3%
Mitsubishi Fuso 1,788 1.8% -40.1% 6,510 2.5% -18.7%
Mercedes Benz 644 0.7% 80.4% 1283 0.5% 57.8%
Nissan 338 0.3% 297.6% 991 0.4% 383.4%
DFSK 286 0.3% 29.4% 735 0.3% 4.0%
BMW 257 0.3% 17.9% 613 0.2% 0.5%
UD Trucks 248 0.3% 1140.0% 692 0.3% 3360.0%
Lexus 171 0.2% 71.0% 242 0.1% 16.3%
Kia 135 0.1% -67.1% 315 0.1% -60.6%
Mazda 110 0.1% -74.9% 376 0.1% -62.3%
MINI 87 0.1% 70.6% 184 0.1% 25.2%
Peugeot 65 0.1% 364.3% 147 0.1% 119.4%
VW 62 0.1% 6.9% 118 0.0% -3.3%
Tata 28 0.0% -17.6% 58 0.0% 5.5%
FAW 19 0.0% 72.7% 83 0.0% 124.3%
MG 2 0.0% -98.0% 322 0.1% 76.9%
Audi 1 0.0% 0.0% 2 0.0% -60.0%
Total 98,536 100.0% 16.0% 263,822 100.0% 41.1%
Source:GAIKINDO

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Flash report, February 2022

Mar 14, 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.

Indonesian sales up 65.1% in February
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in February 2022 were 81,228 units, up 65.1% compared to February 2021, which had been heavily impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
2022 January - February sales were up 61.9% to 165,290 units.
By automaker sales in February, Toyota was up 64.2% y/y to 24,865 units and a 30.6% market share. Daihatsu was up 59.8% to 15,036 units and a 18.5% market share. Honda was up 67.5% to 11,407 units and a 14.0% market share. Mitsubishi was up 105.0% to 10,018 units and a 12.3% market share. Suzuki was up 46.7% to 6,750 units and an 8.3% market share.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make (Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Feb. 2022 Jan.-Feb.
2022
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota 24,865 30.6% 64.2% 47,751 28.9% 53.2%
Daihatsu 15,036 18.5% 59.8% 33,355 20.2% 81.2%
Honda 11,407 14.0% 67.5% 22,291 13.5% 58.7%
Mitsubishi 10,018 12.3% 105.0% 22,153 13.4% 90.1%
Suzuki 6,750 8.3% 46.7% 13,767 8.3% 25.2%
Isuzu 2,800 3.4% 52.8% 5,628 3.4% 56.8%
Hyundai 2,400 3.0% 1279.3% 3,620 2.2% 1110.7%
Mitsubishi Fuso 2,290 2.8% -14.6% 4,722 2.9% -6.0%
Wuling 2,008 2.5% 276.0% 4,509 2.7% 236.0%
Hino 1,764 2.2% 22.2% 3,786 2.3% 41.4%
Mercedes Benz 365 0.4% 47.8% 639 0.4% 40.1%
Nissan 340 0.4% 1600.0% 653 0.4% 444.2%
DFSK 335 0.4% 14.7% 449 0.3% -7.6%
UD Trucks 219 0.3% -% 444 0.3% -%
BMW 178 0.2% -15.6% 356 0.2% -9.2%
MG 108 0.1% 200.0% 320 0.2% 290.2%
Lexus 71 0.1% -24.5% 71 0.0% -34.3%
Kia 67 0.1% -81.8% 180 0.1% -53.8%
Mazda 58 0.1% -80.2% 266 0.2% -52.4%
MINI 51 0.1% 2.0% 97 0.1% 1.0%
FAW 40 0.0% 233.3% 64 0.0% 146.2%
Peugeot 32 0.0% 68.4% 82 0.0% 54.7%
VW 21 0.0% -25.0% 56 0.0% -12.5%
Tata 5 0.0% -50.0% 30 0.0% 42.9%
Audi - -% -% 1 0.0% -75.0%
Total 81,228 100.0% 65.1% 165,290 100.0% 61.9%
Source:GAIKINDO



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Flash report, January 2022

Feb 21, 2022

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Indonesian sales up 58.9% in January

Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in January 2022 were 84,062 units, up 58.9% compared to January 2021, which had been heavily impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
By automaker sales in January, Toyota was up 42.7% y/y to 22,886 units and a 27.2% market share. Daihatsu was up 103.7% to 18,319 units and a 21.8% market share. Mitsubishi was up 79.4% to 12,135 units and a 14.4% market share. Honda was up 50.5% to 10,884 units and a 12.9% market share. Suzuki was up 9.6% to 7,017 units and an 8.3% market share.
Gaikindo projectes that car sales in 2022 can reach 900,000 units or 20% growth YoY.


Indonesia new vehicle sales by make (Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Jan. 2022
units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota 22,886 27.2% 42.7%
Daihatsu 18,319 21.8% 103.7%
Mitsubishi 12,135 14.4% 79.4%
Honda 10,884 12.9% 50.5%
Suzuki 7,017 8.3% 9.6%
Isuzu 2,828 3.4% 61.0%
Wuling 2,501 3.0% 209.5%
Mitsubishi Fuso 2,432 2.9% 3.8%
Hino 2,022 2.4% 63.7%
Hyundai 1,220 1.5% 876.0%
Nissan 313 0.4% 213.0%
Mercedes Benz 274 0.3% 31.1%
UD Trucks 225 0.3% -%
MG 212 0.3% 360.9%
Mazda 208 0.2% -21.8%
BMW 178 0.2% -1.7%
DFSK 114 0.1% -41.2%
Kia 113 0.1% 413.6%
Peugeot 50 0.1% 47.1%
MINI 46 0.1% 0.0%
VW 35 0.0% -2.8%
Tata 25 0.0% 127.3%
FAW 24 0.0% 71.4%
Audi 1 0.0% 0.0%
Total 84,062 100.0% 58.9%
Source:GAIKINDO



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