Indonesia - Flash report, Sales volume, 2018

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Flash report, Sales volume, 2018

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Flash report, September 2018

15 Oct. 2018

*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.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make (Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Sep. 2018 Jan.-Sep.
2018
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota 29,821 32.0% 9.4% 257,400 30.1% -10.9%
Daihatsu 17,110 18.4% 10.3% 147,513 17.2% 5.2%
Mitsubishi 11,938 12.8% 63.1% 112,679 13.2% 118.3%
Honda 10,960 11.8% -27.5% 117,742 13.7% -15.1%
Suzuki 8,880 9.5% -2.7% 91,077 10.6% 12.4%
Mitsubishi Fuso 4,218 4.5% 16.6% 40,079 4.7% 34.1%
Hino 3,888 4.2% 63.1% 27,933 3.3% 37.3%
Isuzu 2,762 3.0% 31.2% 18,480 2.2% 34.7%
Wuling 1,161 1.2% -16.5% 12,317 1.4% 456.8%
Mazda 477 0.5% 152.4% 4,390 0.5% 58.6%
Datsun 439 0.5% -51.4% 9,324 1.1% 19.2%
UD Trucks 300 0.3% 2.7% 2,459 0.3% 20.5%
BMW 210 0.2% -32.3% 1,851 0.2% -4.6%
Chevrolet 183 0.2% -46.0% 1,887 0.2% -31.4%
Lexus 162 0.2% 252.2% 1,123 0.1% 4.9%
Nissan 158 0.2% -86.5% 5,392 0.6% -57.4%
Hyundai 120 0.1% 2.6% 1,056 0.1% 9.3%
Tata 110 0.1% -8.3% 855 0.1% 12.2%
Scania 67 0.1% 6.3% 685 0.1% -10.1%
MINI 55 0.1% -27.6% 375 0.0% -10.5%
VW 45 0.0% 73.1% 425 0.0% 18.1%
FAW 20 0.0% -44.4% 253 0.0% 84.7%
Renault 8 0.0% -86.9% 272 0.0% -30.4%
Peugeot 5 0.0% 150.0% 88 0.0% 203.4%
MAN 4 0.0% -20.0% 66 0.0% 50.0%
Audi 2 0.0% -60.0% 39 0.0% -20.4%
DFSK - -% -% 666 0.1% 1156.6%
Proton - -% -% 13 0.0% 8.3%
Total 93,103 100.0% 6.3% 856,439 100.0% 6.8%
Source:GAIKINDO



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Flash report, August 2018

19 Sep. 2018

*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 5.2% in August
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in August were 102,197 units up 5.2% year over year.
January - August sales were up 6.9% to 763,336 units.
By automaker sales in August, Toyota was down 10.2% y/y to 31,149 units and Daihatsu was up 10.7% to 17,510 units. Honda was down 16.0% to 14,862 units. Mitsubishi was up 136.6% to 13,284 units. Suzuki was up 7.3% to 10,764 units.
Mitsubishi sales jumped by 136.6% with the all-new Xpander crossover MPV wholesales. China-based Wuling also increased its sales by 141.5%.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make
(Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Aug. 2018 Jan.-Aug.
2018
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota 31,149 30.5% -10.2% 227,579 29.8% -13.0%
Daihatsu 17,510 17.1% 10.7% 130,403 17.1% 4.6%
Honda 14,862 14.5% -16.0% 106,782 14.0% -13.6%
Mitsubishi 13,284 13.0% 136.6% 100,741 13.2% 127.5%
Suzuki 10,764 10.5% 7.3% 82,197 10.8% 14.3%
Mitsubishi Fuso 3,855 3.8% 8.0% 35,861 4.7% 36.5%
Hino 3,609 3.5% 29.0% 24,045 3.1% 33.8%
Isuzu 2,606 2.5% 46.5% 15,718 2.1% 35.3%
Wuling 1,908 1.9% 141.5% 11,156 1.5% 1258.8%
Mazda 577 0.6% 18.7% 3,913 0.5% 51.7%
Datsun 396 0.4% -65.3% 8,885 1.2% 28.4%
UD Trucks 280 0.3% 19.1% 2,159 0.3% 23.4%
Chevrolet 229 0.2% -39.4% 1,704 0.2% -29.4%
Hyundai 205 0.2% 28.1% 936 0.1% 10.2%
DFSK 201 0.2% -% 666 0.1% -%
BMW 190 0.2% -37.1% 1,641 0.2% 0.6%
Lexus 119 0.1% 0.0% 961 0.1% -6.2%
Tata 104 0.1% -7.1% 745 0.1% 16.0%
MINI 95 0.1% 23.4% 320 0.0% -6.7%
Nissan 85 0.1% -92.5% 5,234 0.7% -54.4%
VW 69 0.1% 0.0% 380 0.0% 13.8%
FAW 37 0.0% 146.7% 233 0.0% 130.7%
Scania 27 0.0% -63.0% 618 0.1% -11.6%
Renault 15 0.0% -73.7% 264 0.0% -20.0%
Peugeot 10 0.0% 233.3% 83 0.0% 207.4%
MAN 6 0.0% 20.0% 62 0.0% 59.0%
Audi 5 0.0% -28.6% 37 0.0% -15.9%
Proton - -% -% 13 0.0% 8.3%
Total 102,197 100.0% 5.2% 763,336 100.0% 6.9%
Source:GAIKINDO




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Flash report, July 2018

17 Aug. 2018

*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 25.9% in July
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in July were 107,431 units up 25.9% year over year.
January - July sales were up 7.2% to 661,093 units.
By automaker sales in July, Toyota was up 10.6% y/y to 34,984 units and Daihatsu was up 22.9% to 17,964 units. Honda was up 20.1% to 15,226 units. Mitsubishi was up 170.9% to 13,948 units. Suzuki was up 3.7% to 10,503 units.
Mitsubishi sales jumped by 170.9% with the all-new Xpander crossover MPV wholesales.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make
(Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Jul. 2018 Jan.-Jul.
2018
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota 34,984 32.6% 10.6% 196,430 29.7% -13.4%
Daihatsu 17,964 16.7% 22.9% 112,893 17.1% 3.7%
Honda 15,226 14.2% 20.1% 91,920 13.9% -13.2%
Mitsubishi 13,948 13.0% 170.9% 87,457 13.2% 126.2%
Suzuki 10,503 9.8% 3.7% 71,433 10.8% 15.4%
Mitsubishi Fuso 5,393 5.0% 68.7% 32,006 4.8% 41.0%
Hino 3,527 3.3% 50.6% 20,436 3.1% 34.7%
Isuzu 1,818 1.7% 8.7% 13,112 2.0% 33.3%
Wuling 1,128 1.0% 3538.7% 9,248 1.4% 29732.3%
Datsun 868 0.8% -15.0% 8,489 1.3% 46.9%
Mazda 563 0.5% 12.6% 3,332 0.5% 59.2%
Nissan 336 0.3% -72.2% 5,149 0.8% -50.3%
UD Trucks 277 0.3% 21.5% 1,879 0.3% 24.1%
Chevrolet 248 0.2% 9.7% 1,475 0.2% -27.5%
Hyundai 114 0.1% -10.9% 731 0.1% 6.1%
BMW 105 0.1% -29.5% 1,451 0.2% 9.2%
Tata 103 0.1% 157.5% 641 0.1% 20.9%
Lexus 81 0.1% -55.5% 842 0.1% -7.1%
DFSK 71 0.1% -% 465 0.1% -%
Scania 56 0.1% -17.6% 591 0.1% -5.6%
VW 41 0.0% 20.6% 311 0.0% 17.4%
MINI 39 0.0% 30.0% 225 0.0% -15.4%
Peugeot 20 0.0% 900.0% 73 0.0% 204.2%
Renault 12 0.0% -81.3% 249 0.0% -8.8%
Audi 6 0.0% 0.0% 32 0.0% -13.5%
FAW - -% -% 161 0.0% 87.2%
MAN - -% -% 49 0.0% 44.1%
Proton - -% -% 13 0.0% 8.3%
Total 107,431 100.0% 25.9% 661,093 100.0% 7.2%
Source:GAIKINDO



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Flash report, June 2018

18 Jul. 2018

*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 11.4% in June
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in June were 58,837 units down 11.4% year over year. Sales decreased due to Idul Fitri holidays.
January - June sales were up 3.8% to 553,779 units.
By automaker sales in June, Toyota was down 15.2% y/y to 18,642 units and Honda was up 2.9% to 9,096 units. Suzuki was down 6.1% to 7,515 units. Mitsubishi was up 22.0% to 6,761 units. Daihatsu was down 49.9% to 6,720 units.
Mitsubishi sales jumped by 22.0% with the all-new Xpander crossover MPV wholesales.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make
(Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Jun. 2018 Jan.-Jun.
2018
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
18,642 31.7% -15.2% 161,446 29.2% -17.3%
Honda 9,096 15.5% 2.9% 76,694 13.8% -17.8%
Suzuki 7,515 12.8% -6.1% 60,930 11.0% 17.7%
Mitsubishi 6,761 11.5% 22.0% 73,509 13.3% 119.3%
Daihatsu 6,720 11.4% -49.9% 94,929 17.1% 0.7%
Mitsubishi Fuso 3,215 5.5% 38.6% 26,613 4.8% 36.4%
Hino 2,051 3.5% 55.0% 16,909 3.1% 31.8%
Isuzu 1,363 2.3% 6.0% 11,294 2.0% 38.3%
Wuling 1,139 1.9% -% 8,120 1.5% -%
Datsun 812 1.4% -0.2% 7,621 1.4% 60.1%
UD Trucks 217 0.4% -4.0% 1,597 0.3% 24.2%
Nissan 211 0.4% -82.5% 4,813 0.9% -47.4%
BMW 200 0.3% -14.9% 1,346 0.2% 14.1%
Mazda 198 0.3% -49.0% 2,769 0.5% 73.8%
Lexus 125 0.2% 68.9% 761 0.1% 5.1%
Other 572 1.0% -23.9% 4,428 0.8% -28.5%
Total 58,837 100.0% -11.4% 553,779 100.0% 3.8%
Source:GAIKINDO



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Flash report, May 2018

29 Jun. 2018

*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 7.2% in May
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in May were 100,498, units up 7.2% year over year.
January - May sales were up 6.0% to 494,920 units.
By automaker sales in May, Toyota was down 11.8% y/y to 28,950 units and Daihatsu was up 13.6% to 17,733 units. Honda was down 14.3% to 14,324 units. Mitsubishi was up 75.9% to 12,849 units. Suzuki was up 36.4% to 12,555 units.
Mitsubishi sales skyrocketed by 75.9% with the all-new Xpander crossover MPV wholesales. Suzuki sales increased 36.4% due to the all-new Ertiga MPV launch.


Indonesia new vehicle sales by make
(Wholesales)
Maker/Brand May 2018 Jan.-May
2018
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
28,950 28.8% -11.8% 142,804 28.9% -17.6%
Daihatsu 17,733 17.6% 13.6% 88,209 17.8% 9.1%
Honda 14,324 14.3% -14.3% 67,598 13.7% -19.9%
Mitsubishi 12,849 12.8% 75.9% 66,748 13.5% 138.5%
Suzuki 12,555 12.5% 36.4% 53,415 10.8% 22.1%
Mitsubishi Fuso 4,118 4.1% 5.2% 23,398 4.7% 36.1%
Hino 3,036 3.0% 32.9% 14,858 3.0% 29.1%
Isuzu 1,960 2.0% 27.2% 9,931 2.0% 44.3%
Wuling 1,765 1.8% -% 6,981 1.4% -%
Mazda 780 0.8% 103.7% 2,571 0.5% 113.4%
Datsun 710 0.7% -13.4% 6,809 1.4% 72.6%
BMW 315 0.3% 8.6% 1,146 0.2% 21.3%
UD Trucks 301 0.3% 27.0% 1,380 0.3% 30.2%
Nissan 246 0.2% -81.9% 4,602 0.9% -42.0%
Chevrolet 245 0.2% -45.4% 1,120 0.2% -23.8%
Other 611 0.6% -27.1% 3,350 0.7% -27.5%
Total 100,498 100.0% 7.2% 494,920 100.0% 6.0%
Source:GAIKINDO



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Flash report, April 2018

22 May 2018

*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 14.1% in April
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in April were 102,256, units up 14.1% year over year.
January - April sales were up 5.6% to 394,421 units.
By automaker sales in April, Toyota was down 11.9% y/y to 29,360 units and Daihatsu was up 21.5% to 18,869 units.Honda was up 15.9% to 17,016 units. Mitsubishi was up 184.5% to 12,568 units. Suzuki was down 16.2% to 8,505 units.
Mitsubishi sales skyrocketed by 184.5% with the all-new Xpander crossover MPV wholesales. China based Wuling has entered the market and is expanding its sales.


Indonesia new vehicle sales by make (Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Apr. 2018 Jan.-Apr.
2018
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
29,360 28.7% -11.9% 113,854 28.9% -19.0%
Daihatsu 18,869 18.5% 21.5% 70,476 17.9% 8.0%
Honda 17,016 16.6% 15.9% 53,274 13.5% -21.3%
Mitsubishi 12,568 12.3% 184.5% 53,899 13.7% 160.6%
Suzuki 8,505 8.3% -16.2% 40,860 10.4% 18.2%
Mitsubishi Fuso 5,295 5.2% 46.2% 19,280 4.9% 45.2%
Hino 3,235 3.2% 30.8% 11,822 3.0% 28.2%
Isuzu 2,576 2.5% 93.0% 7,971 2.0% 49.3%
Wuling 1,720 1.7% -% 5,216 1.3% -%
Datsun 726 0.7% -7.0% 6,099 1.5% 95.2%
Mazda 536 0.5% 58.1% 1,791 0.5% 117.9%
Nissan 496 0.5% -54.9% 4,356 1.1% -33.8%
UD Trucks 300 0.3% 23.0% 1,079 0.3% 31.1%
BMW 265 0.3% -3.6% 831 0.2% 26.9%
Chevrolet 225 0.2% -40.5% 875 0.2% -14.2%
Other 564 0.6% -39.4% 2,738 0.7% -27.6%
Total 102,256 100.0% 14.1% 394,421 100.0% 5.6%
Source:GAIKINDO



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Flash report, March 2018

19 Apr. 2018

*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 0.6% in March
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in March were 101,674 units down 0.6% year over year.
January - March sales were up 2.9% to 291,920 units.
By automaker sales in March, Toyota was down 18.7% y/y to 31,424 units and Daihatsu was up 6.3% to 17,159 units. Mitsubishi was up 152.6% to 13,977 units. Honda was down 45.6% to 10,792 units. Suzuki was up 5.6% to 9,729 units.
Mitsubishi sales skyrocketed by 152.6% with the all-new Xpander crossover MPV wholesales. China based Wuling has entered the market and is expanding its sales.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make
(Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Mar. 2018 Jan.-Mar.
2018
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
31,424 30.9% -18.7% 84,494 28.9% -21.2%
Daihatsu 17,159 16.9% 6.3% 51,607 17.7% 3.8%
Mitsubishi 13,977 13.7% 152.6% 41,331 14.2% 154.1%
Honda 10,792 10.6% -45.6% 36,258 12.4% -31.6%
Suzuki 9,729 9.6% 5.6% 32,355 11.1% 32.6%
Mitsubishi Fuso 5,175 5.1% 55.2% 13,985 4.8% 44.8%
Hino 3,215 3.2% 29.9% 8,587 2.9% 27.3%
Datsun 3,106 3.1% 197.5% 5,373 1.8% 129.2%
Isuzu 2,038 2.0% 22.9% 5,395 1.8% 34.7%
Wuling 1,560 1.5% -% 3,496 1.2% -%
Nissan 1,516 1.5% -29.8% 3,860 1.3% -29.6%
Mazda 456 0.4% 22.3% 1,255 0.4% 159.8%
Chevrolet 321 0.3% -8.5% 650 0.2% 1.2%
UD Trucks 275 0.3% 4.2% 779 0.3% 34.5%
BMW 215 0.2% 43.3% 566 0.2% 48.9%
Other 716 0.7% -36.9% 1,929 0.7% -32.3%
Total 101,674 100.0% -0.6% 291,920 100.0% 2.9%
Source:GAIKINDO


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Flash report, February 2018

15 Mar. 2018

*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 down 0.9% in February
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in February were 94,261 units down 0.9% year over year.
January - February sales were up 4.9% to 190,236 units.
By automaker sales in February, Toyota was down 23.5% y/y to 27,665 units and Mitsubishi (including Fuso trucks) was up 103.0% to 18,411 units. Daihatsu was down 11.8% to 15,660 units. Honda was down 27.0% to 11,894 units. Suzuki was up 37.7% to 11,115 units.
Mitsubishi sales skyrocketed by 103.0% with the all-new Xpander crossover MPV wholesales. In February, Xpander became a market leader in the MPV segment, overtaking Toyota Avanza.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make
(Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Feb. 2018 Jan.-Feb.
2018
units Share Y-o-Y units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
27,665 29.3% -23.5% 53,070 27.9% -22.6%
Daihatsu 15,660 16.6% -11.8% 34,448 18.1% 2.6%
Mitsubishi 14,003 14.9% 149.3% 27,354 14.4% 154.9%
Honda 11,894 12.6% -27.0% 25,466 13.4% -23.2%
Suzuki 11,115 11.8% 37.7% 22,626 11.9% 49.0%
Mitsubishi Fuso 4,408 4.7% 27.7% 8,810 4.6% 39.4%
Hino 2,748 2.9% 22.1% 5,372 2.8% 25.7%
Isuzu 1,796 1.9% 44.0% 3,357 1.8% 43.0%
Nissan 1,155 1.2% -44.1% 2,344 1.2% -29.4%
Datsun 1,125 1.2% 63.0% 2,267 1.2% 74.4%
Wuling 1,009 1.1% -% 1,936 1.0% -%
Mazda 393 0.4% 907.7% 799 0.4% 626.4%
UD Trucks 290 0.3% 70.6% 504 0.3% 60.0%
Chevrolet 180 0.2% -23.4% 329 0.2% 13.1%
BMW 170 0.2% 41.7% 351 0.2% 52.6%
Other 650 0.7% -36.3% 1,203 0.6% -29.9%
Total 94,261 100.0% -0.9% 190,236 100.0% 4.9%
Source:GAIKINDO



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Flash report, January 2018

19 Feb. 2018

*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 11.2% in January
Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in January were 95,892 units up 11.2% year over year.
By automaker sales in January, Toyota was down 21.5% y/y to 25,405 units and Daihatsu was up 18.7% to 18,788 units. Mitsubishi (including Fuso trucks) was up 122.4% to 17,753 units .Honda was down 19.7% to 13,572 units. Suzuki was up 61.7% to 11,511 units.
Mitsubishi sales skyrocketed by 122.4% with the all-new Xpander crossover MPV wholesales.

Indonesia new vehicle sales by make (Wholesales)
Maker/Brand Jan. 2018
units Share Y-o-Y
Toyota
(excludes Lexus)
25,405 26.5% -21.5%
Daihatsu 18,788 19.6% 18.7%
Mitsubishi
(includes Mitsubishi Fuso)
17,753 18.5% 122.4%
Honda 13,572 14.2% -19.7%
Suzuki 11,511 12.0% 61.7%
Hino 2,624 2.7% 29.8%
Nissan
(includes Datsun)
2,331 2.4% 25.2%
Isuzu 1,561 1.6% 41.9%
Mazda 406 0.4% 471.8%
UD Trucks 214 0.2% 47.6%
BMW 181 0.2% 64.5%
Scania 117 0.1% 72.1%
Hyundai 79 0.1% 14.5%
Other 1,350 1.4% 119.9%
Total 95,892 100.0% 11.2%
Source:GAIKINDO and various media reports



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