Vietnam - Flash report, Sales volume, 2017

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Flash report, Sales volume, 2017

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Flash report, July 2017

8 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.

Auto sales in Vietnam down 26.2% in July  
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on August 8, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were down 26.2% year on year to 20,662 units in July.
CKD volume was 14,779 units, and CBU volume was 5,883 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in July were down 21.3% to 19,345 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were down 25.2%, commercial vehicles were down 14.6%, and special purpose vehicles were down 25.2%.
By brand sales in July based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Truong Hai was down 30.7% to 4,942 units. Toyota (excluding Lexus) was down 17.0% to 4,291 units. Ford was down 9.8% to 2,440 units. VinaMazda was down 37.4% to 1,881 units. Honda was up 2.1% to 1,134 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 40% to 30% in January 2017. The zero-tariff policy for car imports from ASEAN nations will go into effect on January 1, 2018.
Vietnamese automakers and importers have been racing to reduce the price of many models in recent months. However, customers are waiting for prices to drop even further.
YTD sales in Vietnam were down 5.5% to 154,930 units. YTD CKD sales were down 10.4%, while CBU sales were up 9.0%.

Sales volume by type of VAMA members
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Jul. 2017 Jul. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan. -Jul. 2017 Jan. -Jul. 2016 Y-o-Y
PCs 11,010 14,727 -25.2% 85,456 81,853 4.4%
CVs 7,728 9,046 -14.6% 52,215 57,676 -9.5%
SPV 607 811 -25.2% 7,169 8,715 -17.7%
VAMA Total 19,345 24,584 -21.3% 144,840 148,244 -2.3%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
20,662 28,004 -26.2% 154,930 163,867 -5.5%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make Jul. 2017 Share Jul. 2016 Share Y-o-Y Jan. -Jul. 2017 Share Jan. -Jul. 2016 Share Y-o-Y
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
4,942 23.9% 7,130 25.5% -30.7% 39,731 25.6% 45,765 27.9% -13.2%
Toyota 4,291 20.8% 5,170 18.5% -17.0% 33,929 21.9% 30,024 18.3% 13.0%
Ford 2,440 11.8% 2,704 9.7% -9.8% 16,789 10.8% 16,320 10.0% 2.9%
VinaMazda 1,881 9.1% 3,005 10.7% -37.4% 14,825 9.6% 17,138 10.5% -13.5%
Honda 1,134 5.5% 1,111 4.0% 2.1% 6,570 4.2% 5,568 3.4% 18.0%
GM Vietnam 820 4.0% 848 3.0% -3.3% 6,536 4.2% 5,183 3.2% 26.1%
Isuzu* 659 3.2% 626 2.2% 5.3% 3,651 2.4% 3,533 2.2% 3.3%
VinaStar 553 2.7% 552 2.0% 0.2% 3,540 2.3% 3,028 1.8% 16.9%
Suzuki 504 2.4% 525 1.9% -4.0% 3,032 2.0% 4,170 2.5% -27.3%
Dothanh 439 2.1% 827 3.0% -46.9% 2,780 1.8% 3,975 2.4% -30.1%
Mercedes-Benz 419 2.0% 659 2.4% -36.4% 3,794 2.4% 3,126 1.9% 21.4%
Vinamotor* 351 1.7% 440 1.6% -20.2% 2,466 1.6% 2,219 1.4% 11.1%
Hino* 293 1.4% 218 0.8% 34.4% 2,000 1.3% 2,416 1.5% -17.2%
VEAM 204 1.0% 330 1.2% -38.2% 1,830 1.2% 2,175 1.3% -15.9%
TCIEV 180 0.9% 102 0.4% 76.5% 1,875 1.2% 795 0.5% 135.8%
SAMCO 118 0.6% 225 0.8% -47.6% 676 0.4% 937 0.6% -27.9%
Lexus 84 0.4% 25 0.1% 236.0% 564 0.4% 1,196 0.7% -52.8%
Peugeot 31 0.2% 35 0.1% -11.4% 172 0.1% 394 0.2% -56.3%
SYM 2 0.0% 6 0.0% -66.7% 11 0.0% 21 0.0% -47.6%
Mekong 0 0.0% 46 0.2% -100.0% 69 0.0% 261 0.2% -73.6%
VAMA Total 19,345 93.6% 24,584 87.8% -21.3% 144,840 93.5% 148,244 90.5% -2.3%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
20,662 100.0% 28,004 100.0% -26.2% 154,930 100.0% 163,867 100.0% -5.5%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis




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Flash report, June 2017

7 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.

Auto sales in Vietnam down 0.2% in June
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on July 7, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were down 0.2% year on year to 24,365 units in June.
CKD volume was 17,280 units, and CBU volume was 7,085 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in June were up 4.1% to 22,750 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were up 25.3%, commercial vehicles were down 15.4%, and special purpose vehicles were down 33.8%.
By brand sales in June based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Toyota (excluding Lexus) was up 71.3% to 6,815 units. Truong Hai was down 24.0% to 5,229 units. Ford was up 2.5% to 2,428 units. VinaMazda was down 11.4% to 2,020 units. Honda was up 14.2% to 992 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 40% to 30% in January 2017.
YTD sales in Vietnam were down 1.2% to 134,268 units. YTD CKD sales were down 6.4%, while CBU sales were up 15.3%.


Sales volume by type of VAMA members
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Jun. 2017 Jun. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan. -Jun. 2017 Jan. -Jun. 2016 Y-o-Y
PCs 13,736 10,961 25.3% 74,438 67,126 10.9%
CVs 8,262 9,764 -15.4% 44,487 48,630 -8.5%
SPV 752 1,136 -33.8% 6,562 7,904 -17.0%
VAMA Total 22,750 21,861 4.1% 125,487 123,660 1.5%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
24,365 24,421 -0.2% 134,268 135,863 -1.2%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make Jun. 2017 Share Jun. 2016 Share Y-o-Y Jan. -Jun. 2017 Share Jan. -Jun. 2016 Share Y-o-Y
Toyota 6,815 28.0% 3,979 16.3% 71.3% 29,638 22.1% 24,854 18.3% 19.2%
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
5,229 21.5% 6,880 28.2% -24.0% 34,789 25.9% 38,635 28.4% -10.0%
Ford 2,428 10.0% 2,369 9.7% 2.5% 14,349 10.7% 13,616 10.0% 5.4%
VinaMazda 2,020 8.3% 2,279 9.3% -11.4% 12,936 9.6% 14,133 10.4% -8.5%
Honda 992 4.1% 869 3.6% 14.2% 5,436 4.0% 4,457 3.3% 22.0%
GM Vietnam 895 3.7% 765 3.1% 17.0% 5,716 4.3% 4,335 3.2% 31.9%
Isuzu* 748 3.1% 621 2.5% 20.5% 2,992 2.2% 2,907 2.1% 2.9%
Mercedes-Benz 647 2.7% 655 2.7% -1.2% 3,375 2.5% 2,467 1.8% 36.8%
Suzuki 621 2.5% 691 2.8% -10.1% 2,528 1.9% 3,645 2.7% -30.6%
Dothanh 554 2.3% 701 2.9% -21.0% 2,341 1.7% 3,148 2.3% -25.6%
VinaStar 486 2.0% 416 1.7% 16.8% 2,987 2.2% 2,476 1.8% 20.6%
Hino* 356 1.5% 364 1.5% -2.2% 1,707 1.3% 2,198 1.6% -22.3%
Vinamotor* 353 1.4% 302 1.2% 16.9% 2,115 1.6% 1,779 1.3% 18.9%
VEAM 216 0.9% 408 1.7% -47.1% 1,626 1.2% 1,845 1.4% -11.9%
TCIEV 180 0.7% 66 0.3% 172.7% 1,695 1.3% 693 0.5% 144.6%
Lexus 99 0.4% 242 1.0% -59.1% 480 0.4% 1,171 0.9% -59.0%
SAMCO 94 0.4% 121 0.5% -22.3% 558 0.4% 712 0.5% -21.6%
Peugeot 17 0.1% 87 0.4% -80.5% 141 0.1% 359 0.3% -60.7%
Mekong 0 0.0% 42 0.2% -100.0% 69 0.1% 215 0.2% -67.9%
SYM 0 0.0% 4 0.0% -100.0% 9 0.0% 15 0.0% -40.0%
VAMA Total 22,750 93.4% 21,861 89.5% 4.1% 125,487 93.5% 123,660 91.0% 1.5%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
24,365 100.0% 24,421 100.0% -0.2% 134,268 100.0% 135,863 100.0% -1.2%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis




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Flash report, May 2017

7 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.

Auto sales in Vietnam down 10.7% in May
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on June 7, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were down 10.7% year on year to 23,232 units in May.
CKD volume was 16,656 units, and CBU volume was 6,576 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in May were down 3.2% to 21,829 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were up 5.4%, commercial vehicles were down 10.8%, and special purpose vehicles were down 24.9%.
By brand sales in May based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Truong Hai was down 17.1% to 6,123 units. Toyota (excluding Lexus) was up 20.4% to 5,151 units. Ford was up 5.8% to 2,451 units. VinaMazda was down 16.1% to 2,115 units. GM Vietnam was up 38.6% to 1,038 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 40% to 30% in January 2017.
YTD sales in Vietnam were down 1.4% to 109,903 units. YTD CKD sales were down 6.9%, while CBU sales were up 16.5%.

Sales volume by type of VAMA members
*
May 2017 May 2016 Y-o-Y Jan. -May 2017 Jan. -May 2016 Y-o-Y
PCs 12,441 11,804 5.4% 60,702 56,166 8.1%
CVs 8,332 9,342 -10.8% 36,225 38,798 -6.6%
SPV 1,056 1,407 -24.9% 5,810 6,835 -15.0%
VAMA Total 21,829 22,553 -3.2% 102,737 101,799 0.9%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
23,232 26,028 -10.7% 109,903 111,442 -1.4%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make May 2017 Share May 2016 Share Y-o-Y Jan. -May 2017 Share Jan. -May 2016 Share Y-o-Y
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
6,123 26.4% 7,388 28.4% -17.1% 29,560 26.9% 31,755 28.5% -6.9%
Toyota 5,151 22.2% 4,277 16.4% 20.4% 22,823 20.8% 20,875 18.7% 9.3%
Ford 2,451 10.6% 2,316 8.9% 5.8% 11,921 10.8% 11,247 10.1% 6.0%
VinaMazda 2,115 9.1% 2,520 9.7% -16.1% 10,916 9.9% 11,854 10.6% -7.9%
GM Vietnam 1,038 4.5% 749 2.9% 38.6% 4,821 4.4% 3,570 3.2% 35.0%
Honda 920 4.0% 829 3.2% 11.0% 4,444 4.0% 3,588 3.2% 23.9%
Isuzu* 644 2.8% 607 2.3% 6.1% 2,244 2.0% 2,286 2.1% -1.8%
Mercedes-Benz 567 2.4% 527 2.0% 7.6% 2,728 2.5% 1,812 1.6% 50.6%
Suzuki 493 2.1% 643 2.5% -23.3% 1,907 1.7% 2,954 2.7% -35.4%
Dothanh 459 2.0% 577 2.2% -20.5% 1,787 1.6% 2,447 2.2% -27.0%
Hino* 397 1.7% 373 1.4% 6.4% 1,351 1.2% 1,834 1.6% -26.3%
VinaStar 395 1.7% 330 1.3% 19.7% 2,501 2.3% 2,060 1.8% 21.4%
Vinamotor* 386 1.7% 372 1.4% 3.8% 1,762 1.6% 1,477 1.3% 19.3%
VEAM 381 1.6% 466 1.8% -18.2% 1,410 1.3% 1,437 1.3% -1.9%
TCIEV 128 0.6% 103 0.4% 24.3% 1,515 1.4% 627 0.6% 141.6%
SAMCO 95 0.4% 115 0.4% -17.4% 464 0.4% 591 0.5% -21.5%
Lexus 59 0.3% 269 1.0% -78.1% 381 0.3% 929 0.8% -59.0%
Peugeot 25 0.1% 52 0.2% -51.9% 124 0.1% 272 0.2% -54.4%
SYM 2 0.0% 3 0.0% -33.3% 9 0.0% 11 0.0% -18.2%
Mekong 0 0.0% 37 0.1% -100.0% 69 0.1% 173 0.2% -60.1%
VAMA Total 21,829 94.0% 22,553 86.6% -3.2% 102,737 93.5% 101,799 91.3% 0.9%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
23,232 100.0% 26,028 100.0% -10.7% 109,903 100.0% 111,442 100.0% -1.4%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



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Flash report, April 2017

8 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.

Auto sales in Vietnam down 14.7% in April
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on May 8, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were down 14.7% year on year to 21,942 units in April.
CKD volume was 16,453 units, and CBU volume was 5,489 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in April were down 7.1% to 21,343 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were down 11.5%, commercial vehicles were up 4.2%, and special purpose vehicles were down 29.3%.
By brand sales in April based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Truong Hai was down 14.9% to 6,693 units. Toyota (excluding Lexus) was down 9.7% to 4,096 units. Ford was up 4.7% to 2,544 units. VinaMazda was down 23.8% to 1,909 units. GM Vietnam was up 9.7% to 951 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 40% to 30% in January 2017.
YTD sales in Vietnam were up 1.5% to 86,671 units. YTD CKD sales were down 5.1%, while CBU sales were up 24.1%.

Sales volume by type of VAMA members
*
Apr. 2017 Apr. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan. -Apr. 2017 Jan. -Apr. 2016 Y-o-Y
PCs 10,650 12,035 -11.5% 48,261 44,362 8.8%
CVs 9,202 8,833 4.2% 27,893 29,456 -5.3%
SPV 1,491 2,109 -29.3% 4,754 5,428 -12.4%
VAMA Total 21,343 22,977 -7.1% 80,908 79,246 2.1%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
21,942 25,725 -14.7% 86,671 85,414 1.5%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make Apr. 2017 Share Apr. 2016 Share Y-o-Y Jan. -Apr. 2017 Share Jan. -Apr. 2016 Share Y-o-Y
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
6,693 30.5% 7,867 30.6% -14.9% 23,437 27.0% 24,367 28.5% -3.8%
Toyota 4,096 18.7% 4,537 17.6% -9.7% 17,672 20.4% 16,598 19.4% 6.5%
Ford 2,544 11.6% 2,430 9.4% 4.7% 9,470 10.9% 8,931 10.5% 6.0%
VinaMazda 1,909 8.7% 2,506 9.7% -23.8% 8,801 10.2% 9,334 10.9% -5.7%
GM Vietnam 951 4.3% 867 3.4% 9.7% 3,783 4.4% 2,821 3.3% 34.1%
Honda 689 3.1% 700 2.7% -1.6% 3,524 4.1% 2,759 3.2% 27.7%
Isuzu* 642 2.9% 509 2.0% 26.1% 1,600 1.8% 1,679 2.0% -4.7%
Mercedes-Benz 614 2.8% 302 1.2% 103.3% 2,161 2.5% 1,285 1.5% 68.2%
Dothanh 606 2.8% 594 2.3% 2.0% 1,328 1.5% 1,870 2.2% -29.0%
Suzuki 509 2.3% 804 3.1% -36.7% 1,414 1.6% 2,311 2.7% -38.8%
VinaStar 491 2.2% 284 1.1% 72.9% 2,106 2.4% 1,730 2.0% 21.7%
Hino* 482 2.2% 347 1.3% 38.9% 954 1.1% 1,461 1.7% -34.7%
VEAM 480 2.2% 402 1.6% 19.4% 1,029 1.2% 971 1.1% 6.0%
Vinamotor* 337 1.5% 332 1.3% 1.5% 1,376 1.6% 1,105 1.3% 24.5%
TCIEV 112 0.5% 110 0.4% 1.8% 1,387 1.6% 524 0.6% 164.7%
SAMCO 100 0.5% 122 0.5% -18.0% 369 0.4% 476 0.6% -22.5%
Lexus 56 0.3% 152 0.6% -63.2% 322 0.4% 660 0.8% -51.2%
Peugeot 32 0.1% 63 0.2% -49.2% 99 0.1% 220 0.3% -55.0%
Mekong - -% 42 0.2% -% 69 0.1% 136 0.2% -49.3%
SYM - -% 7 0.0% -% 7 0.0% 8 0.0% -12.5%
VAMA Total 21,343 97.3% 22,977 89.3% -7.1% 80,908 93.4% 79,246 92.8% 2.1%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
21,942 100.0% 25,725 100.0% -14.7% 86,671 100.0% 85,414 100.0% 1.5%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis




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Flash report, March 2017

10 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.

Auto sales in Vietnam up 8.3% in March
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on April 7, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were up 8.3% year on year to 26,872 units in March.
CKD volume was 18,388 units, and CBU volume was 8,484 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in March were down 1.7% to 22,792 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were up 8.7%, commercial vehicles were down 12.8%, and special purpose vehicles were down 15.9%.
By brand sales in March based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Truong Hai was down 5.3% to 7,245 units. Toyota (excluding Lexus) was down 0.3% to 4,679 units. Ford was up 4.6% to 2,501 units. VinaMazda was down 17.4% to 2,202 units. Honda was up 34.5% to 1,056 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 40% to 30%.
In March CKD sales were down 1%, while CBU sales were up 41%.

Sales volume by type of VAMA members
*
Mar. 2017 Mar. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan. -Mar. 2017 Jan. -Mar. 2016 Y-o-Y
PCs 13,328 12,264 8.7% 37,611 32,327 16.3%
CVs 7,735 8,875 -12.8% 18,691 20,623 -9.4%
SPV 1,729 2,056 -15.9% 3,263 3,319 -1.7%
VAMA Total 22,792 23,195 -1.7% 59,565 56,269 5.9%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
26,872 24,802 8.3% 64,729 59,685 8.5%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make Mar. 2017 Share Mar. 2016 Share Y-o-Y Jan. -Mar. 2017 Share Jan. -Mar. 2016 Share Y-o-Y
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
7,245 27.0% 7,651 30.8% -5.3% 16,744 25.9% 16,500 27.6% 1.5%
Toyota 4,679 17.4% 4,693 18.9% -0.3% 13,576 21.0% 12,061 20.2% 12.6%
Ford 2,501 9.3% 2,392 9.6% 4.6% 6,926 10.7% 6,501 10.9% 6.5%
VinaMazda 2,202 8.2% 2,665 10.7% -17.4% 6,892 10.6% 6,828 11.4% 0.9%
Honda 1,056 3.9% 785 3.2% 34.5% 2,835 4.4% 2,059 3.4% 37.7%
GM Vietnam 1,001 3.7% 664 2.7% 50.8% 2,832 4.4% 1,954 3.3% 44.9%
TCIEV 710 2.6% 176 0.7% 303.4% 1,275 2.0% 414 0.7% 208.0%
Mercedes-Benz 614 2.3% 390 1.6% 57.4% 1,547 2.4% 983 1.6% 57.4%
Vinamotor* 490 1.8% 269 1.1% 82.2% 1,039 1.6% 773 1.3% 34.4%
Isuzu* 478 1.8% 526 2.1% -9.1% 958 1.5% 1,170 2.0% -18.1%
VinaStar 471 1.8% 550 2.2% -14.4% 1,615 2.5% 1,446 2.4% 11.7%
Dothanh 422 1.6% 675 2.7% -37.5% 722 1.1% 1,276 2.1% -43.4%
VEAM 308 1.1% 229 0.9% 34.5% 549 0.8% 569 1.0% -3.5%
Suzuki 197 0.7% 706 2.8% -72.1% 905 1.4% 1,507 2.5% -39.9%
Hino* 192 0.7% 479 1.9% -59.9% 472 0.7% 1,114 1.9% -57.6%
SAMCO 97 0.4% 125 0.5% -22.4% 269 0.4% 354 0.6% -24.0%
Lexus 83 0.3% 138 0.6% -39.9% 266 0.4% 508 0.9% -47.6%
Peugeot 21 0.1% 50 0.2% -58.0% 67 0.1% 157 0.3% -57.3%
Mekong 19 0.1% 32 0.1% -40.6% 69 0.1% 94 0.2% -26.6%
SYM 6 0.0% - -% -% 7 0.0% 1 0.0% 600.0%
VAMA Total 22,792 84.8% 23,195 93.5% -1.7% 59,565 92.0% 56,269 94.3% 5.9%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
26,872 100.0% 24,802 100.0% 8.3% 64,729 100.0% 59,685 100.0% 8.5%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis







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Flash report, February 2017

8 Mar. 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.

Auto sales in Vietnam up 50.4% in February
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on March 8, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were up 50.4% year on year to 17,621 units in February.
CKD volume was 14,560 units, and CBU volume was 3,061 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in February were up 53.6% to 17,156 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were up 53.1%, commercial vehicles were up 48.9%, and special purpose vehicles were up 89.1%.
By brand sales in February based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Truong Hai was up 102.5% to 5,882 units. Toyota (excluding Lexus) was up 51.2% to 3,579 units. Ford was up 23.4% to 1,881 units. VinaMazda was up 44.7% to 1,816 units. GM Vietnam was up 79.7% to 825 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 40% to 30%.
A growing middle-class population, rising disposable incomes and falling tariffs on cars imported from neighboring countries in Southeast Asia appear to be driving Vietnam’s car market. VAMA expects the Vietnamese vehicle market in 2017 will grow by 10%.


Sales volume by type of VAMA members
*
Feb. 2017 Feb. 2016 Y-o-Y Jan. -Feb. 2017 Jan. -Feb. 2016 Y-o-Y
PCs 9,775 6,384 53.1% 24,281 20,063 21.0%
CVs 6,171 4,145 48.9% 10,954 11,748 -6.8%
SPV 1,210 640 89.1% 1,534 1,263 21.5%
VAMA Total 17,156 11,169 53.6% 36,769 33,074 11.2%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
17,621 11,718 50.4% 37,853 34,883 8.5%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make Feb. 2017 Share Feb. 2016 Share Y-o-Y Jan. -Feb. 2017 Share Jan. -Feb. 2016 Share Y-o-Y
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
5,882 33.4% 2,904 24.8% 102.5% 9,499 25.1% 8,849 25.4% 7.3%
Toyota 3,579 20.3% 2,367 20.2% 51.2% 8,897 23.5% 7,368 21.1% 20.8%
Ford 1,881 10.7% 1,524 13.0% 23.4% 4,425 11.7% 4,109 11.8% 7.7%
VinaMazda 1,816 10.3% 1,255 10.7% 44.7% 4,690 12.4% 4,163 11.9% 12.7%
GM Vietnam 825 4.7% 459 3.9% 79.7% 1,827 4.8% 1,290 3.7% 41.6%
Honda 547 3.1% 477 4.1% 14.7% 1,779 4.7% 1,274 3.7% 39.6%
Mercedes-Benz 400 2.3% 243 2.1% 64.6% 933 2.5% 593 1.7% 57.3%
VinaStar 380 2.2% 225 1.9% 68.9% 1,144 3.0% 896 2.6% 27.7%
Vinamotor* 333 1.9% 250 2.1% 33.2% 549 1.5% 504 1.4% 8.9%
TCIEV 309 1.8% 78 0.7% 296.2% 565 1.5% 238 0.7% 137.4%
Suzuki 287 1.6% 336 2.9% -14.6% 708 1.9% 801 2.3% -11.6%
Isuzu* 286 1.6% 157 1.3% 82.2% 480 1.3% 644 1.8% -25.5%
Dothanh 232 1.3% 152 1.3% 52.6% 300 0.8% 601 1.7% -50.1%
Hino* 155 0.9% 271 2.3% -42.8% 280 0.7% 635 1.8% -55.9%
VEAM 85 0.5% 220 1.9% -61.4% 241 0.6% 340 1.0% -29.1%
SAMCO 62 0.4% 55 0.5% 12.7% 172 0.5% 229 0.7% -24.9%
Lexus 48 0.3% 144 1.2% -66.7% 183 0.5% 370 1.1% -50.5%
Peugeot 26 0.1% 25 0.2% 4.0% 46 0.1% 107 0.3% -57.0%
Mekong 22 0.1% 26 0.2% -15.4% 50 0.1% 62 0.2% -19.4%
SYM 1 0.0% 1 0.0% 0.0% 1 0.0% 1 0.0% 0.0%
VAMA Total 17,156 97.4% 11,169 95.3% 53.6% 36,769 97.1% 33,074 94.8% 11.2%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
17,621 100.0% 11,718 100.0% 50.4% 37,853 100.0% 34,883 100.0% 8.5%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



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Flash report, January 2017

14 Feb. 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.


Auto sales in Vietnam down 12.7% in January
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on February 13, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were down 12.7% year on year to 20,232 units in January.
CKD volume was 15,504 units, and CBU volume was 4,728 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in January were down 10.5% to 19,613 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were up 6.0%, commercial vehicles were down 37.1%, and special purpose vehicles were down 48.0%.
By brand sales in January based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Toyota (excluding Lexus) was up 6.3% to 5,318 units. Truong Hai was down 39.2% to 3,617 units. VinaMazda was down 1.2% to 2,874 units. Ford was down 1.6% to 2,544 units. Honda sales were up 54.6% to 1,232 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 40% to 30%. Some automakers started to lower their import vehicle prices, however the impact of tariff change is not yet visible.

Sales volume by type of VAMA members *
Jan. 2017 Jan. 2016 Y-o-Y
PCs 14,506 13,679 6.0%
CVs 4,783 7,603 -37.1%
SPV 324 623 -48.0%
VAMA Total 19,613 21,905 -10.5%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
20,232 23,165 -12.7%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make Jan. 2017 Share Jan. 2016 Share Y-o-Y
Toyota 5,318 26.3% 5,001 21.6% 6.3%
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
3,617 17.9% 5,945 25.7% -39.2%
VinaMazda 2,874 14.2% 2,908 12.6% -1.2%
Ford 2,544 12.6% 2,585 11.2% -1.6%
Honda 1,232 6.1% 797 3.4% 54.6%
GM Vietnam 1,002 5.0% 831 3.6% 20.6%
VinaStar 764 3.8% 671 2.9% 13.9%
Mercedes-Benz 533 2.6% 350 1.5% 52.3%
Suzuki 421 2.1% 465 2.0% -9.5%
TCIEV 256 1.3% 160 0.7% 60.0%
Vinamotor* 216 1.1% 254 1.1% -15.0%
Isuzu* 194 1.0% 487 2.1% -60.2%
VEAM 156 0.8% 120 0.5% 30.0%
Lexus 135 0.7% 226 1.0% -40.3%
Hino* 125 0.6% 364 1.6% -65.7%
SAMCO 110 0.5% 174 0.8% -36.8%
Dothanh 68 0.3% 449 1.9% -84.9%
Mekong 28 0.1% 36 0.2% -22.2%
Peugeot 20 0.1% 82 0.4% -75.6%
VAMA Total 19,613 96.9% 21,905 94.6% -10.5%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
20,232 100.0% 23,165 100.0% -12.7%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis




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