Indonesia - Flash report, Sales volume, 2017

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Flash report, Sales volume, 2017

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Flash report, September 2017

16 Oct. 2017

*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 5.3% in September
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in September were 87,645 units down 5.3% year over year.
January - September sales were up 2.7% to 803,757 units.
By automaker sales in September, Toyota was down 26.3% y/y to 27,251 units and Daihatsu was down 6.3% to 15,507 units. Honda was down 4.3% to 15,112 units. Mitsubishi (including Fuso trucks) was up 21.8% to 10,934 units. Suzuki was up 38.4% to 9,126 units.
Automakers see the Indonesian sales trend is basically positive and September downturn is due to a temporarily inventory adjustment.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make
(Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Sep. 2017 Jan.-Sep.
2017
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
27,251 31.1% -26.3% 288,850 35.9% 5.0%
Daihatsu 15,507 17.7% -6.3% 140,233 17.5% 5.0%
Honda 15,112 17.2% -4.3% 138,740 17.3% -8.6%
Mitsubishi
(includes Mitsubishi Fuso)
10,934 12.5% 21.8% 81,498 10.1% 10.3%
Suzuki 9,126 10.4% 38.4% 81,051 10.1% 19.6%
Hino 2,387 2.7% 24.7% 20,354 2.5% 31.0%
Isuzu 2,105 2.4% 26.4% 13,723 1.7% 17.2%
Nissan
(includes Datsun)
2,076 2.4% 8.4% 20,486 2.6% -41.3%
Chevrolet 339 0.4% 22.4% 2,752 0.3% 53.3%
BMW 310 0.4% 21.6% 1,941 0.2% 11.2%
UD Trucks 292 0.3% 86.0% 2,041 0.3% 67.6%
Mazda 189 0.2% -27.6% 2,768 0.3% -39.4%
Other 2,017 2.3% 73.1% 9,320 1.2% 1.3%
Total 87,645 100.0% -5.3% 803,757 100.0% 2.7%
Source:GAIKINDO and various media reports



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Flash report, August 2017

19 Sep. 2017

*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 0.2% in August
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in August were 96,461 units up 0.2% year over year.
January - August sales were up 3.6% to 715,291 units.
By automaker sales in August, Toyota was down 10.6% y/y to 34,690 units and Honda was up 3.5% to 17,690 units. Daihatsu was down 5.8% to 15,821 units. Suzuki was up 55.5% to 10,035 units. Mitsubishi (including Fuso trucks) was up 11.3% to 9,185 units.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make
(Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Aug. 2017 Jan.-Aug.
2017
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
34,690 36.0% -10.6% 261,599 36.6% 9.9%
Honda 17,690 18.3% 3.5% 123,628 17.3% -9.1%
Daihatsu 15,821 16.4% -5.8% 124,726 17.4% 6.6%
Suzuki 10,035 10.4% 55.5% 71,925 10.1% 17.6%
Mitsubishi
(includes Mitsubishi Fuso)
9,185 9.5% 11.3% 70,564 9.9% 8.7%
Hino 2,797 2.9% 51.4% 17,967 2.5% 31.9%
Nissan
(includes Datsun)
2,276 2.4% -29.6% 18,410 2.6% -44.2%
Isuzu 1,779 1.8% 41.5% 11,618 1.6% 15.7%
Mazda 481 0.5% -45.0% 2,579 0.4% -40.1%
Chevrolet 378 0.4% 98.9% 2,413 0.3% 59.0%
BMW 302 0.3% 16.2% 1,631 0.2% 9.5%
UD Trucks 235 0.2% 61.0% 1,749 0.2% 64.8%
Hyundai 160 0.2% 4.6% 849 0.1% -3.1%
Other 632 0.7% -31.6% 5,633 0.8% -21.4%
Total 96,461 100.0% 0.2% 715,291 100.0% 3.6%
Source:GAIKINDO and various media reports



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Flash report, July 2017

21 Aug. 2017

*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 37.5% in July
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in July were 85,131 units up 37.5% year over year.
Sales increased due to Idul Fitri holidays. In 2016 Idul Fitri holidays were in July in 2017 while Idul Fitri holidays were in June.
January - July sales were up 4.2% to 618,984 units.
By automaker sales in July, Toyota was up 27.9% y/y to 31,621 units and Daihatsu was up 36.8% to 14,618 units. Honda was up 36.2% to 12,677 units. Suzuki was up 100.9% to 10,126 units. Mitsubishi (including Fuso trucks) was up 47.0% to 8,345 units.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make
(Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Jul. 2017 Jan.-Jul.
2017
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
31,621 37.1% 27.9% 226,909 36.7% 13.9%
Daihatsu 14,618 17.2% 36.8% 108,905 17.6% 8.7%
Honda 12,677 14.9% 36.2% 105,938 17.1% -11.0%
Suzuki 10,126 11.9% 100.9% 61,890 10.0% 13.1%
Mitsubishi
(includes Mitsubishi Fuso)
8,345 9.8% 47.0% 61,379 9.9% 8.3%
Hino 2,342 2.8% 41.5% 15,170 2.5% 28.8%
Nissan
(includes Datsun)
2,229 2.6% -22.1% 16,134 2.6% -45.8%
Isuzu 1,672 2.0% 132.2% 9,839 1.6% 12.0%
Mazda 500 0.6% 104.9% 2,093 0.3% -38.9%
UD Trucks 228 0.3% 83.9% 1,514 0.2% 65.5%
Chevrolet 226 0.3% 109.3% 2,035 0.3% 53.2%
Hyundai 128 0.2% 45.5% 689 0.1% -4.7%
Other 419 0.5% -34.3% 6,489 1.0% -10.3%
Total 85,131 100.0% 37.5% 618,984 100.0% 4.2%
Source:GAIKINDO and various media reports


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Flash report, June 2017

20 Jul. 2017

*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 27.0% in June
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in June were 66,755 units down 27.0% year over year.
Sales decreased due to Idul Fitri holidays. In 2016 Idul Fitri holidays were in July and its sales were 62,585 units.
January - June sales were up 0.4% to 534,288 units.
By automaker sales in June, Toyota was down 30.3% y/y to 21,974 units and Daihatsu was down 19.8% to 13,409 units. Honda was down 54.6% to 8,843 units. Suzuki was up 20.6% to 8,001 units. Mitsubishi (including Fuso trucks) was up 5.7% to 7,859 units.


Indonesia new vehicle sales by make
(Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Jun. 2017 Jan.-Jun.
2017
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
21,974 32.9% -30.3% 195,288 36.6% 11.9%
Daihatsu 13,409 20.1% -19.8% 94,287 17.6% 5.3%
Honda 8,843 13.2% -54.6% 93,262 17.5% -15.0%
Suzuki 8,001 12.0% 20.6% 51,764 9.7% 4.2%
Mitsubishi
(includes Mitsubishi Fuso)
7,859 11.8% 5.7% 53,034 9.9% 4.0%
Nissan
(includes Datsun)
2,019 3.0% -51.0% 13,905 2.6% -48.3%
Hino 1,323 2.0% -34.7% 12,828 2.4% 26.7%
Isuzu 1,286 1.9% -2.1% 8,167 1.5% 1.3%
Mazda 388 0.6% 2.6% 1,593 0.3% -50.0%
Mercedes-Benz 366 0.5% 33.6% 2,098 0.4% 8.4%
Chevrolet 340 0.5% 34.4% 1,809 0.3% 48.3%
BMW 235 0.4% 70.3% 1,180 0.2% 4.5%
UD Trucks 226 0.3% 59.2% 1,286 0.2% 62.6%
Other 486 0.7% -53.0% 3,787 0.7% -9.2%
Total 66,755 100.0% -27.0% 534,288 100.0% 0.4%
Source:GAIKINDO and various media reports


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Flash report, May 2017

19 Jun. 2017

*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 6.3% in May
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in May were 94,123 units up 6.3% year over year. It was the 14th consecutive month of increases.
January - May sales were up 6.1% to 467,529 units.
By automaker sales in May, Toyota was up 3.6% y/y to 32,806 units and Honda was down 4.0% to 16,723 units. Daihatsu was down 2.0% to 15,613 units. Mitsubishi (including Fuso trucks) was up 41.2% to 11,217 units. Suzuki was up 49.2% to 9,207 units.
Backed by the increase of commodity prices and the infrastructure projects on the way, midium and heavy duty truck sales of Hino, Isuzu, and UD Trucks have been strong.


Indonesia new vehicle sales by make
(Wholesales)
Maker/Brand May 2017 Jan.-May
2017
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
32,806 34.9% 3.6% 173,314 37.1% 21.2%
Honda 16,723 17.8% -4.0% 84,419 18.1% -6.4%
Daihatsu 15,613 16.6% -2.0% 80,878 17.3% 11.1%
Mitsubishi
(includes Mitsubishi Fuso)
11,217 11.9% 41.2% 45,175 9.7% 3.7%
Suzuki 9,207 9.8% 49.2% 43,763 9.4% 1.7%
Hino 2,284 2.4% 20.5% 11,505 2.5% 42.1%
Nissan
(includes Datsun)
2,181 2.3% -51.5% 11,886 2.5% -47.8%
Isuzu 1,541 1.6% 22.3% 6,881 1.5% 1.9%
Chevrolet 449 0.5% 118.0% 1,469 0.3% 51.9%
Mazda 383 0.4% 34.4% 1205 0.3% -57.1%
Mercedes-Benz 348 0.4% 16.4% 1728 0.4% 4.0%
BMW 290 0.3% 34.9% 945 0.2% -4.6%
UD Trucks 237 0.3% 94.3% 1060 0.2% 63.3%
Other 844 0.9% 37.2% 3,301 0.7% 4.7%
Total 94,123 100.0% 6.3% 467,529 100.0% 6.1%
Source:GAIKINDO and various media reports




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Flash report, April 2017

18 May 2017

*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 5.7% in April
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in April were 89,588 units up 5.7% year over year. It was the 13th consecutive month of increases.
January - April sales were up 6.1% to 373,407 units.
By automaker sales in April, Toyota was up 7.3% y/y to 33,328 units and Daihatsu was up 7.9% to 15,535 units. Honda was up 2.0% to 14,678 units. Suzuki was up 26.6% to 10,152 units. Mitsubishi was up 1.5% to 8,039 units.
Continued increase in vehicle sales strengthens the optimism of the Gaikindo on the realization of the annual target of 1.1 million units.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make
(Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Apr. 2017 Jan.-Apr.
2017
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
33,328 37.2% 7.3% 140,508 37.6% 26.2%
Daihatsu 15,535 17.3% 7.9% 65,265 17.5% 14.8%
Honda 14,678 16.4% 2.0% 67,696 18.1% -7.0%
Suzuki 10,152 11.3% 26.6% 34,556 9.3% -6.3%
Mitsubishi
(includes Mitsubishi Fuso)
8,039 9.0% 1.5% 33,958 9.1% -4.7%
Hino 2,474 2.8% 45.4% 9,221 2.5% 48.7%
Nissan
(includes Datsun)
1,881 2.1% -44.5% 9,705 2.6% -46.9%
Isuzu 1,335 1.5% -15.7% 5,340 1.4% -2.7%
Chevrolet 378 0.4% 54.9% 1,020 0.3% 34.0%
Mazda 339 0.4% -39.2% 822 0.2% -67.4%
Mercedes-Benz 319 0.4% -6.5% 1,380 0.4% 1.3%
BMW 275 0.3% 37.5% 655 0.2% -15.6%
UD Trucks 244 0.3% 68.3% 823 0.2% 56.2%
Other 611 0.7% -19.3% 2,458 0.7% -3.2%
Total 89,588 100.0% 5.7% 373,407 100.0% 6.1%
Source:GAIKINDO and various media reports



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Flash report, March 2017

18 Apr. 2017

*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 8.3% in March
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in March were 101,872 units up 8.3% year over year. It was the 12th consecutive month of increases.
January - March sales were up 6.0% to 283,245 units.
By automaker sales in March, Toyota was up 28.9% y/y to 38,656 units and Honda was down 3.1% to 19,838 units. Daihatsu was up 11.3% to 16,149 units. Suzuki was up 0.3% to 9,125 units. Mitsubishi was down 5.2% to 8,868 units.
Toyota and Daihatsu sales were very strong with recently launched new MPV models.
In March, sales of commercial vehicle manufactures such as Hino, Isuzu, and UD Trucks surged owing to infrastructure projects and rising prices of commodities.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make
(Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Mar. 2017 Jan.-Mar.
2017
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
38,656 37.9% 28.9% 107,180 37.8% 33.5%
Honda 19,838 19.5% -3.1% 53,018 18.7% -9.2%
Daihatsu 16,149 15.9% 11.3% 49,730 17.6% 17.1%
Suzuki 9,125 9.0% 0.3% 24,313 8.6% -15.8%
Mitsubishi
(includes Mitsubishi Fuso)
8,868 8.7% -5.2% 25,919 9.2% -6.4%
Nissan
(includes Datsun)
3,204 3.1% -40.2% 7,824 2.8% -47.5%
Hino 2,475 2.4% 56.7% 6,747 2.4% 50.0%
Isuzu 1,658 1.6% 14.4% 4,005 1.4% 2.5%
Mercedes-Benz 425 0.4% -5.1% 1,061 0.4% 3.9%
Chevrolet 351 0.3% -0.3% 642 0.2% 24.2%
UD Trucks 264 0.3% 85.9% 579 0.2% 51.6%
BMW 150 0.1% -25.0% 380 0.1% -34.0%
Tata 95 0.1% 58.3% 263 0.1% -21.5%
Other 614 0.6% -36.6% 1,584 0.6% -53.3%
Total 101,872 100.0% 8.3% 283,245 100.0% 6.0%
Source:GAIKINDO and various media reports





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Flash report, February 2017

22 Mar. 2017

*Data in the flash report may from time to time differ from data in the detail report to be announced at a later date due to a difference in the data source.


Indonesian sales up 9.7% in February
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in February were 96,722 units up 9.7% year over year. It was the 11th consecutive month of increases.
January - February sales were up 5.8% to 183,323 units.
By automaker sales in February, Toyota was up 49.2% y/y to 37,968 units and Daihatsu was up 20.3% to 17,755 units. Honda was down 12.0% to 16,284 units. Mitsubishi was down 15.1% to 9,069 units. Suzuki was down 13.0% to 8,069 units.
Toyota and Daihatsu sales were very strong with recently launched new MPV models.
In February sales of commercial vehicle manufactures such as Hino, Isuzu, and UD Trucks surged owing to infrastructure projects and rising prices of commodities.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make (Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Feb. 2017 Jan.-Feb.
2017
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
37,968 39.3% 49.2% 70,345 38.4% 39.8%
Daihatsu 17,755 18.4% 20.3% 33,581 18.3% 20.2%
Honda (*) 16,284 16.8% -12.0% 33,180 18.1% -12.5%
Mitsubishi
(includes Mitsubishi Fuso)
9,069 9.4% -15.1% 17,051 9.3% -7.1%
Suzuki 8,069 8.3% -13.0% 15,456 8.4% -21.8%
Nissan
(includes Datsun)
2,758 2.9% -43.5% 4,620 2.5% -51.6%
Hino 2,250 2.3% 41.4% 4,272 2.3% 46.4%
Isuzu 1,247 1.3% 21.3% 2,347 1.3% -4.5%
Mercedes-Benz 340 0.4% 13.7% 623 0.3% 8.7%
BMW 207 0.2% -8.4% 317 0.2% -15.7%
UD Trucks 170 0.2% 40.5% 315 0.2% 31.3%
Kia 130 0.1% 16.1% 198 0.1% -7.5%
Tata 89 0.1% -27.0% 168 0.1% -38.9%
Other 386 0.4% -67.0% 850 0.5% -64.0%
Total 96,722 100.0% 9.7% 183,323 100.0% 5.8%
Source:GAIKINDO and various media reports

(*)Y-o-Y figures have been corrected. (March 23, 2017.)


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Flash report, January 2017

22 Mar. 2017

*Data in the flash report may from time to time differ from data in the detail report to be announced at a later date due to a difference in the data source.


Indonesian sales up 1.9% in January
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in January were 86,601 units up 1.9% year over year. It was the 10th consecutive month of increases.
By automaker sales in January, Toyota was up 30.2% y/y to 32,377 units and Honda was down 12.9% to 16,896 units. Daihatsu was up 20.0% to 15,826 units. Mitsubishi was up 4.1% to 7,982 units. Suzuki was down 29.5% to 7,387 units.
Toyota and Daihatsu sales were very strong with recently launched new models.
Gaikindo forecasts that 2017 sales will reach 1.1 million units. It sees that infrastructure projects and rising prices of commodities such as coal, palm oil, which has been the mainstay of the national export commodities, will help to increase automobile demand.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make (Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Jan. 2017
units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
32,377 37.4% 30.2%
Honda 16,896 19.5% -12.9%
Daihatsu 15,826 18.3% 20.0%
Mitsubishi
(includes Mitsubishi Fuso)
7,982 9.2% 4.1%
Suzuki 7,387 8.5% -29.5%
Hino 2,022 2.3% 52.3%
Nissan
(includes Datsun)
1,862 2.2% -60.0%
Isuzu 1,100 1.3% -23.0%
Mercedes-Benz 283 0.3% 3.3%
UD Trucks 145 0.2% 21.8%
BMW 110 0.1% -26.7%
Mazda 81 0.1% -89.5%
Tata 79 0.1% -48.4%
Hyundai 69 0.1% 4.5%
Other 382 0.4% 16.1%
Total 86,601 100.0% 1.9%
Source:GAIKINDO and various media reports



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