Vietnam - Flash report, Sales volume, 2018

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Flash report, Sales volume, 2018

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Flash report, July 2018

10 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.

Auto sales in Vietnam up 3.9% in July
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on August 10, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were up 3.9% year on year to 21,466 units in July.
CKD volume was 18,093 units, and CBU volume was 3,373 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in July were up 3.6% to 20,044 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were up 25.9%, commercial vehicles were down 23.6%, and special purpose vehicles were down 54.4%.
By brand sales in July based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Truong Hai was down 6.1% to 4,640 units. Toyota (excluding Lexus) was down 0.5% to 4,270 units. VinaMazda was up 28.5% to 2,417 units. Honda was up 68.8% to 1,914 units. Ford was down 42.3% to 1,407 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 30% to 0% in January 2018.
However, on January 1, 2018, Vietnam imposed new decrees that traders should only be permitted to import automobiles if they can provide valid vehicle registration certificates issued by authorities from the countries of origin. Original quality control certificates for each vehicle and letters of authorization regarding recalls of defective vehicles from the manufacturers are also required, along with copies of quality assurance certificates provided by the countries of origin.
Consequently CBU import in January and February were almost zero. In March several importers began to start CBU imports. However, CBU sales have been sluggish.
YTD sales in Vietnam were down 4.1% to 148,536 units. YTD CKD sales were up 11.9% to 124,771 units, while CBU sales were down 45.3% to 23,765 units.

Sales volume by type of VAMA members
*
Jul. 2018 Jul. 2017 Y-o-Y Jan. -Jul. 2018 Jan. -Jul. 2017 Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 13,864 11,010 25.9% 96,454 85,451 12.9%
Commercial Vehicles 5,903 7,728 -23.6% 42,352 52,215 -18.9%
SPV 277 607 -54.4% 4,298 7,169 -40.0%
VAMA Total 20,044 19,345 3.6% 143,104 144,835 -1.2%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
21,466 20,662 3.9% 148,536 154,930 -4.1%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make Jul. 2018 Share Jul. 2017 Share Y-o-Y Jan. -Jul. 2018 Share Jan. -Jul. 2017 Share Y-o-Y
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
4,640 21.6% 4,942 23.9% -6.1% 36,510 24.6% 39,731 25.6% -8.1%
Toyota 4,270 19.9% 4,291 20.8% -0.5% 30,020 20.2% 33,929 21.9% -11.5%
VinaMazda 2,417 11.3% 1,881 9.1% 28.5% 18,919 12.7% 14,825 9.6% 27.6%
Honda 1,914 8.9% 1,134 5.5% 68.8% 13,095 8.8% 6,570 4.2% 99.3%
Ford 1,407 6.6% 2,440 11.8% -42.3% 10,986 7.4% 16,789 10.8% -34.6%
Dothanh 1,086 5.1% 439 2.1% 147.4% 4,026 2.7% 2,780 1.8% 44.8%
GM Vietnam 848 4.0% 820 4.0% 3.4% 6,045 4.1% 6,536 4.2% -7.5%
Mercedes-Benz 620 2.9% 419 2.0% 48.0% 3,562 2.4% 3,789 2.4% -6.0%
Isuzu* 591 2.8% 659 3.2% -10.3% 3,504 2.4% 3,651 2.4% -4.0%
Peugeot 452 2.1% 31 0.2% 1358.1% 2,477 1.7% 172 0.1% 1340.1%
Suzuki 411 1.9% 504 2.4% -18.5% 3,654 2.5% 3,032 2.0% 20.5%
VinaStar 378 1.8% 553 2.7% -31.6% 3,526 2.4% 3,540 2.3% -0.4%
TCIEV 276 1.3% 180 0.9% 53.3% 1,537 1.0% 1,875 1.2% -18.0%
VEAM 220 1.0% 204 1.0% 7.8% 1,076 0.7% 1,830 1.2% -41.2%
Hino* 210 1.0% 293 1.4% -28.3% 1,599 1.1% 2,000 1.3% -20.1%
Vinamotor* 199 0.9% 351 1.7% -43.3% 1,871 1.3% 2,466 1.6% -24.1%
SAMCO 58 0.3% 118 0.6% -50.8% 484 0.3% 676 0.4% -28.4%
Lexus 24 0.1% 84 0.4% -71.4% 108 0.1% 564 0.4% -80.9%
SYM 23 0.1% 2 0.0% 1050.0% 105 0.1% 11 0.0% 854.5%
Mekong - -% - -% -% - -% 69 0.0% -%
VAMA Total 20,044 93.4% 19,345 93.6% 3.6% 143,104 96.3% 144,835 93.5% -1.2%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
21,466 100.0% 20,662 100.0% 3.9% 148,536 100.0% 154,930 100.0% -4.1%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis




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Flash report, June 2018

11 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.

Auto sales in Vietnam down 10.1% in June
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on July 10, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were down 10.1% year on year to 21,913 units in June.
CKD volume was 19,194 units, and CBU volume was 2,719 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in June were down 5.2% to 21,571 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were up 8.8%, commercial vehicles were down 24.6%, and special purpose vehicles were down 46.7%.
By brand sales in June based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Truong Hai was down 7.2% to 4,855 units. Toyota (excluding Lexus) was down 37.4% to 4,268 units. VinaMazda was up 32.7% to 2,681 units. Honda was up 128.0% to 2,262 units. Ford was down 43.8% to 1,364 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 30% to 0% in January 2018.
However, on January 1, 2018, Vietnam imposed new decrees that traders should only be permitted to import automobiles if they can provide valid vehicle registration certificates issued by authorities from the countries of origin. Original quality control certificates for each vehicle and letters of authorization regarding recalls of defective vehicles from the manufacturers are also required, along with copies of quality assurance certificates provided by the countries of origin.
Consequently CBU import in January and February were almost zero. In March several importers began to start CBU imports. However, CBU sales have been sluggish.
YTD sales in Vietnam were down 6.4% to 125,659 units. YTD CKD sales were up 10.3% to 106,678 units, while CBU sales were down 49.3% to 19,039 units.


Sales volume by type of VAMA members
*
Jun. 2018 Jun. 2017 Y-o-Y Jan. -Jun. 2018 Jan. -Jun. 2017 Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 14,938 13,736 8.8% 82,590 74,441 10.9%
Commercial Vehicles 6,232 8,262 -24.6% 36,449 44,487 -18.1%
SPV 401 752 -46.7% 4,021 6,562 -38.7%
VAMA Total 21,571 22,750 -5.2% 123,060 125,490 -1.9%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
21,913 24,365 -10.1% 125,659 134,273 -6.4%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make Jun. 2018 Share Jun. 2017 Share Y-o-Y Jan. -Jun. 2018 Share Jan. -Jun. 2017 Share Y-o-Y
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
4,855 22.2% 5,229 21.5% -7.2% 31,870 25.4% 34,789 25.9% -8.4%
Toyota 4,268 19.5% 6,815 28.0% -37.4% 25,750 20.5% 29,638 22.1% -13.1%
VinaMazda 2,681 12.2% 2,020 8.3% 32.7% 16,502 13.1% 12,944 9.6% 27.5%
Honda 2,262 10.3% 992 4.1% 128.0% 11,181 8.9% 5,436 4.0% 105.7%
Ford 1,364 6.2% 2,428 10.0% -43.8% 9,579 7.6% 14,349 10.7% -33.2%
GM Vietnam 1,231 5.6% 895 3.7% 37.5% 5,197 4.1% 5,716 4.3% -9.1%
Dothanh 966 4.4% 554 2.3% 74.4% 2,940 2.3% 2,341 1.7% 25.6%
Mercedes-Benz 791 3.6% 647 2.7% 22.3% 2,942 2.3% 3,370 2.5% -12.7%
Isuzu* 607 2.8% 748 3.1% -18.9% 2,913 2.3% 2,992 2.2% -2.6%
Suzuki 585 2.7% 621 2.5% -5.8% 3,243 2.6% 2,528 1.9% 28.3%
Peugeot 423 1.9% 17 0.1% 2388.2% 2,025 1.6% 141 0.1% 1336.2%
VEAM 339 1.5% 216 0.9% 56.9% 856 0.7% 1,626 1.2% -47.4%
TCIEV 310 1.4% 180 0.7% 72.2% 1,261 1.0% 1,695 1.3% -25.6%
Vinamotor* 303 1.4% 353 1.4% -14.2% 1,672 1.3% 2,115 1.6% -20.9%
Hino* 265 1.2% 356 1.5% -25.6% 1,389 1.1% 1,707 1.3% -18.6%
VinaStar 250 1.1% 486 2.0% -48.6% 3,148 2.5% 2,987 2.2% 5.4%
SAMCO 64 0.3% 94 0.4% -31.9% 426 0.3% 558 0.4% -23.7%
SYM 6 0.0% - -% -% 82 0.1% 9 0.0% 811.1%
Lexus 1 0.0% 99 0.4% -99.0% 84 0.1% 480 0.4% -82.5%
Mekong - -% - -% -% - -% 69 0.1% -%
VAMA Total 21,571 98.4% 22,750 93.4% -5.2% 123,060 97.9% 125,490 93.5% -1.9%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
21,913 100.0% 24,365 100.0% -10.1% 125,659 100.0% 134,273 100.0% -6.4%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



More detailed statistics for Vietnam

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Flash report, May 2018

12 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.

Auto sales in Vietnam down 0.7% in May
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on June 11, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were down 0.7% year on year to 23,065 units in May.
CKD volume was 19,467 units, and CBU volume was 3,598 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in May were up 2.5% to 22,374 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were up 19.7%, commercial vehicles were down 17.8%, and special purpose vehicles were down 40.4%.
By brand sales in May based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Truong Hai was down 6.5% to 5,724 units. Toyota (excluding Lexus) was down 7.7% to 4,752 units. VinaMazda was up 24.1% to 2,625 units. Honda was up 175.7% to 2,536 units. Ford was down 40.8% to 1,451 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 30% to 0% in January 2018.
However, on January 1, 2018, Vietnam imposed new decrees that traders should only be permitted to import automobiles if they can provide valid vehicle registration certificates issued by authorities from the countries of origin. Original quality control certificates for each vehicle and letters of authorization regarding recalls of defective vehicles from the manufacturers are also required, along with copies of quality assurance certificates provided by the countries of origin.
Consequently CBU import in January and February were almost zero. In March several importers began to start CBU imports. CBU sales in May was down 45.3% y/y.
YTD sales in Vietnam were down 5.6% to 103,746 units. YTD CKD sales were up 10.1% to 87,426 units, while CBU sales were down 46.5% to 16,320 units.


Sales volume by type of VAMA members
*
May 2018 May 2017 Y-o-Y Jan. -May 2018 Jan. -May 2017 Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 14,892 12,441 19.7% 67,652 60,705 11.4%
Commercial Vehicles 6,853 8,332 -17.8% 30,217 36,225 -16.6%
SPV 629 1,056 -40.4% 3,620 5,810 -37.7%
VAMA Total 22,374 21,829 2.5% 101,489 102,740 -1.2%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
23,065 23,232 -0.7% 103,746 109,903 -5.6%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make May 2018 Share May 2017 Share Y-o-Y Jan. -May 2018 Share Jan. -May 2017 Share Y-o-Y
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
5,724 24.8% 6,123 26.4% -6.5% 27,015 26.0% 29,560 26.9% -8.6%
Toyota 4,752 20.6% 5,151 22.2% -7.7% 21,482 20.7% 22,823 20.8% -5.9%
VinaMazda 2,625 11.4% 2,115 9.1% 24.1% 13,821 13.3% 10,924 9.9% 26.5%
Honda 2,536 11.0% 920 4.0% 175.7% 8,919 8.6% 4,444 4.0% 100.7%
Ford 1,451 6.3% 2,451 10.6% -40.8% 8,215 7.9% 11,921 10.8% -31.1%
GM Vietnam 982 4.3% 1,038 4.5% -5.4% 3,966 3.8% 4,821 4.4% -17.7%
Dothanh 787 3.4% 459 2.0% 71.5% 1,974 1.9% 1,787 1.6% 10.5%
Isuzu* 571 2.5% 644 2.8% -11.3% 2,306 2.2% 2,244 2.0% 2.8%
Suzuki 474 2.1% 493 2.1% -3.9% 2,658 2.6% 1,907 1.7% 39.4%
VinaStar 414 1.8% 395 1.7% 4.8% 2,898 2.8% 2,501 2.3% 15.9%
Mercedes-Benz 414 1.8% 567 2.4% -27.0% 2,151 2.1% 2,723 2.5% -21.0%
Peugeot 399 1.7% 25 0.1% 1496.0% 1,602 1.5% 124 0.1% 1191.9%
Vinamotor* 315 1.4% 386 1.7% -18.4% 1,369 1.3% 1,762 1.6% -22.3%
VEAM 303 1.3% 381 1.6% -20.5% 517 0.5% 1,410 1.3% -63.3%
Hino* 264 1.1% 397 1.7% -33.5% 1,124 1.1% 1,351 1.2% -16.8%
TCIEV 245 1.1% 128 0.6% 91.4% 951 0.9% 1,515 1.4% -37.2%
SAMCO 83 0.4% 95 0.4% -12.6% 362 0.3% 464 0.4% -22.0%
SYM 35 0.2% 2 0.0% 1650.0% 76 0.1% 9 0.0% 744.4%
Lexus - -% 59 0.3% -% 83 0.1% 381 0.3% -78.2%
Mekong - -% - -% -% - -% 69 0.1% -%
VAMA Total 22,374 97.0% 21,829 94.0% 2.5% 101,489 97.8% 102,740 93.5% -1.2%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
23,065 100.0% 23,232 100.0% -0.7% 103,746 100.0% 109,903 100.0% -5.6%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



More detailed statistics for Vietnam

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Flash report, April 2018

9 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.

Auto sales in Vietnam down 3.7% in April
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on May 9, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were down 3.7% year on year to 21,123 units in April.
CKD volume was 17,910 units, and CBU volume was 3,213 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in April were down 3.7% to 20,557 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were up 23.3%, commercial vehicles were down 31.8%, and special purpose vehicles were down 22.9%.
By brand sales in April based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Truong Hai was down 5.7% to 6,313 units. Toyota (excluding Lexus) was up 3.4% to 4,234 units. Honda was up 308.6% to 2,815 units. VinaMazda was up 5.9% to 2,024 units. Ford was down 46.6% to 1,359 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 30% to 0% in January 2018.
However, on January 1, 2018, Vietnam imposed new decrees that traders should only be permitted to import automobiles if they can provide valid vehicle registration certificates issued by authorities from the countries of origin. Original quality control certificates for each vehicle and letters of authorization regarding recalls of defective vehicles from the manufacturers are also required, along with copies of quality assurance certificates provided by the countries of origin.
Consequently CBU import in January and February were almost zero. In March several importers began to start CBU imports. Honda managed to complete the required documents to export the first batch of about 2,000 passenger cars from Thailand to Vietnam, so that Honda increased sales in April.
YTD sales in Vietnam were down 6.9% to 80,681 units. YTD CKD sales were up 8.3% to 67,959 units, while CBU sales were down 46.8% to 12,722 units.

Sales volume by type of VAMA members
*
Apr. 2018 Apr. 2017 Y-o-Y Jan. -Apr. 2018 Jan. -Apr. 2017 Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 13,129 10,652 23.3% 52,760 48,264 9.3%
Commercial Vehicles 6,279 9,202 -31.8% 23,364 27,893 -16.2%
SPV 1,149 1,491 -22.9% 2,991 4,754 -37.1%
VAMA Total 20,557 21,345 -3.7% 79,115 80,911 -2.2%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
21,123 21,942 -3.7% 80,681 86,671 -6.9%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make Apr. 2018 Share Apr. 2017 Share Y-o-Y Jan. -Apr. 2018 Share Jan. -Apr. 2017 Share Y-o-Y
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
6,313 29.9% 6,693 30.5% -5.7% 21,291 26.4% 23,437 27.0% -9.2%
Toyota 4,234 20.0% 4,096 18.7% 3.4% 16,730 20.7% 17,672 20.4% -5.3%
Honda 2,815 13.3% 689 3.1% 308.6% 6,383 7.9% 3,524 4.1% 81.1%
VinaMazda 2,024 9.6% 1,911 8.7% 5.9% 11,196 13.9% 8,809 10.2% 27.1%
Ford 1,359 6.4% 2,544 11.6% -46.6% 6,764 8.4% 9,470 10.9% -28.6%
Isuzu* 542 2.6% 642 2.9% -15.6% 1,735 2.2% 1,600 1.8% 8.4%
GM Vietnam 500 2.4% 951 4.3% -47.4% 2,984 3.7% 3,783 4.4% -21.1%
Suzuki 459 2.2% 509 2.3% -9.8% 2,184 2.7% 1,414 1.6% 54.5%
VinaStar 452 2.1% 491 2.2% -7.9% 2,484 3.1% 2,106 2.4% 17.9%
Peugeot 342 1.6% 32 0.1% 968.8% 1,203 1.5% 99 0.1% 1115.2%
Mercedes-Benz 332 1.6% 614 2.8% -45.9% 1,737 2.2% 2,156 2.5% -19.4%
Dothanh 324 1.5% 606 2.8% -46.5% 1,187 1.5% 1,328 1.5% -10.6%
Vinamotor* 314 1.5% 337 1.5% -6.8% 1,054 1.3% 1,376 1.6% -23.4%
Hino* 301 1.4% 482 2.2% -37.6% 860 1.1% 954 1.1% -9.9%
SAMCO 90 0.4% 100 0.5% -10.0% 279 0.3% 369 0.4% -24.4%
TCIEV 82 0.4% 112 0.5% -26.8% 706 0.9% 1,387 1.6% -49.1%
VEAM 51 0.2% 480 2.2% -89.4% 214 0.3% 1,029 1.2% -79.2%
SYM 22 0.1% - -% -% 41 0.1% 7 0.0% 485.7%
Lexus 1 0.0% 56 0.3% -98.2% 83 0.1% 322 0.4% -74.2%
Mekong - -% - -% -% - -% 69 0.1% -%
VAMA Total 20,557 97.3% 21,345 97.3% -3.7% 79,115 98.1% 80,911 93.4% -2.2%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
21,123 100.0% 21,942 100.0% -3.7% 80,681 100.0% 86,671 100.0% -6.9%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis


More detailed statistics for Vietnam

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Flash report, March 2018

10 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.

Auto sales in Vietnam down 21.4% in March
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on April 10, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were down 21.4% year on year to 21,127 units in March.
CKD volume was 18,777 units, and CBU volume was 2,350 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in March were down 8.1% to 20,956 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were down 4.5%, commercial vehicles were down 10.3%, and special purpose vehicles were down 25.7%.
By brand sales in March based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Truong Hai was down 15.6% to 6,115 units. Toyota (excluding Lexus) was down 3.8% to 4,500 units. VinaMazda was down 3.4% to 2,128 units. Ford was down 24.0% to 1,900 units. Honda was up 24.1% to 1,311 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 30% to 0% in January 2018.
However, on January 1, 2018, Vietnam imposed new decrees that traders should only be permitted to import automobiles if they can provide valid vehicle registration certificates issued by authorities from the countries of origin. Original quality control certificates for each vehicle and letters of authorization regarding recalls of defective vehicles from the manufacturers are also required, along with copies of quality assurance certificates provided by the countries of origin.
Consequently CBU import in January and February were almost zero. In March several importers began to start CBU imports.
YTD sales in Vietnam were down 8.0% to 59,558 units. YTD CKD sales were up 8.1% to 50,049 units, while CBU sales were down 48.4% to 9,509 units.


Sales volume by type of VAMA members
*
Mar. 2018 Mar. 2017 Y-o-Y Jan. -Mar. 2018 Jan. -Mar. 2017 Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 12,732 13,328 -4.5% 39,631 37,612 5.4%
Commercial Vehicles 6,939 7,735 -10.3% 17,085 18,691 -8.6%
SPV 1,285 1,729 -25.7% 1,842 3,263 -43.5%
VAMA Total 20,956 22,792 -8.1% 58,558 59,566 -1.7%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
21,127 26,872 -21.4% 59,558 64,729 -8.0%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make Mar. 2018 Share Mar. 2017 Share Y-o-Y Jan. -Mar. 2018 Share Jan. -Mar. 2017 Share Y-o-Y
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
6,115 28.9% 7,245 27.0% -15.6% 14,978 25.1% 16,744 25.9% -10.5%
Toyota 4,500 21.3% 4,679 17.4% -3.8% 12,496 21.0% 13,576 21.0% -8.0%
VinaMazda 2,128 10.1% 2,202 8.2% -3.4% 9,172 15.4% 6,898 10.7% 33.0%
Ford 1,900 9.0% 2,501 9.3% -24.0% 5,405 9.1% 6,926 10.7% -22.0%
Honda 1,311 6.2% 1,056 3.9% 24.1% 3,568 6.0% 2,835 4.4% 25.9%
Suzuki 873 4.1% 197 0.7% 343.1% 1,725 2.9% 905 1.4% 90.6%
GM Vietnam 862 4.1% 1,001 3.7% -13.9% 2,484 4.2% 2,832 4.4% -12.3%
Mercedes-Benz 585 2.8% 614 2.3% -4.7% 1,405 2.4% 1,542 2.4% -8.9%
Isuzu* 554 2.6% 478 1.8% 15.9% 1,193 2.0% 958 1.5% 24.5%
VinaStar 384 1.8% 471 1.8% -18.5% 2,032 3.4% 1,615 2.5% 25.8%
Dothanh 370 1.8% 422 1.6% -12.3% 863 1.4% 722 1.1% 19.5%
Vinamotor* 339 1.6% 490 1.8% -30.8% 740 1.2% 1,039 1.6% -28.8%
Peugeot 305 1.4% 21 0.1% 1352.4% 861 1.4% 67 0.1% 1185.1%
Hino* 289 1.4% 192 0.7% 50.5% 559 0.9% 472 0.7% 18.4%
TCIEV 260 1.2% 710 2.6% -63.4% 624 1.0% 1,275 2.0% -51.1%
VEAM 111 0.5% 308 1.1% -64.0% 163 0.3% 549 0.8% -70.3%
SAMCO 61 0.3% 97 0.4% -37.1% 189 0.3% 269 0.4% -29.7%
SYM 9 0.0% 6 0.0% 50.0% 19 0.0% 7 0.0% 171.4%
Lexus - -% 83 0.3% -% 82 0.1% 266 0.4% -69.2%
Mekong - -% 19 0.1% -% - -% 69 0.1% -%
VAMA Total 20,956 99.2% 22,792 84.8% -8.1% 58,558 98.3% 59,566 92.0% -1.7%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
21,127 100.0% 26,872 100.0% -21.4% 59,558 100.0% 64,729 100.0% -8.0%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis







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Flash report, February 2018

12 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.

Auto sales in Vietnam down 29.7% in February
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on March 10, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were down 29.7% year on year to 12,394 units in February.
CKD volume was 10,686 units, and CBU volume was 1,708 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in February were down 28.8% to 12,221 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were down 11.6%, commercial vehicles were down 47.9%, and special purpose vehicles were down 70.1%.
By brand sales in February based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Truong Hai was down 50.7% to 2,899 units. Toyota (excluding Lexus) was down 19.9% to 2,865 units. VinaMazda was up 10.4% to 2,004 units. Ford was down 43.5% to 1,062 units. GM was down 15.3% to 702 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 30% to 0% in January 2018.
However, on January 1, 2018, Vietnam imposed new decrees that traders should only be permitted to import automobiles if they can provide valid vehicle registration certificates issued by authorities from the countries of origin. Original quality control certificates for each vehicle and letters of authorization regarding recalls of defective vehicles from the manufacturers are also required, along with copies of quality assurance certificates provided by the countries of origin.
Consequently CBU import in January and February were almost zero and CBU sales were drastically decreased. CKD sales also declined due to lack of components.
YTD sales in Vietnam were up 1.5% to 38,431 units. YTD CKD sales were up 12.0% to 31,272 units, while CBU sales were down 27.9% to 7,159 units.


Sales volume by type of VAMA members
*
Feb. 2018 Feb. 2017 Y-o-Y Jan. -Feb. 2018 Jan. -Feb. 2017 Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 8,643 9,777 -11.6% 26,899 24,284 10.8%
Commercial Vehicles 3,216 6,173 -47.9% 10,146 10,956 -7.4%
SPV 362 1,210 -70.1% 557 1,534 -63.7%
VAMA Total 12,221 17,160 -28.8% 37,602 36,774 2.3%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
12,394 17,621 -29.7% 38,431 37,853 1.5%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis



Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make Feb. 2018 Share Feb. 2017 Share Y-o-Y Jan. -Feb. 2018 Share Jan. -Feb. 2017 Share Y-o-Y
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
2,899 23.4% 5,882 33.4% -50.7% 8,863 23.1% 9,499 25.1% -6.7%
Toyota 2,865 23.1% 3,579 20.3% -19.9% 7,996 20.8% 8,897 23.5% -10.1%
VinaMazda 2,004 16.2% 1,816 10.3% 10.4% 7,044 18.3% 4,696 12.4% 50.0%
Ford 1,062 8.6% 1,881 10.7% -43.5% 3,505 9.1% 4,425 11.7% -20.8%
GM Vietnam 702 5.7% 829 4.7% -15.3% 1,622 4.2% 1,831 4.8% -11.4%
Honda 502 4.1% 547 3.1% -8.2% 2,257 5.9% 1,779 4.7% 26.9%
VinaStar 469 3.8% 380 2.2% 23.4% 1,648 4.3% 1,144 3.0% 44.1%
Suzuki 329 2.7% 287 1.6% 14.6% 852 2.2% 708 1.9% 20.3%
Mercedes-Benz 295 2.4% 400 2.3% -26.3% 820 2.1% 928 2.5% -11.6%
Peugeot 285 2.3% 26 0.1% 996.2% 556 1.4% 46 0.1% 1108.7%
TCIEV 189 1.5% 309 1.8% -38.8% 364 0.9% 565 1.5% -35.6%
Dothanh 166 1.3% 232 1.3% -28.4% 493 1.3% 300 0.8% 64.3%
Isuzu* 162 1.3% 286 1.6% -43.4% 639 1.7% 480 1.3% 33.1%
Vinamotor* 127 1.0% 333 1.9% -61.9% 401 1.0% 549 1.5% -27.0%
Hino* 110 0.9% 155 0.9% -29.0% 270 0.7% 280 0.7% -3.6%
SAMCO 43 0.3% 62 0.4% -30.6% 128 0.3% 172 0.5% -25.6%
VEAM 6 0.0% 85 0.5% -92.9% 52 0.1% 241 0.6% -78.4%
SYM 4 0.0% 1 0.0% 300.0% 10 0.0% 1 0.0% 900.0%
Lexus 2 0.0% 48 0.3% -95.8% 82 0.2% 183 0.5% -55.2%
Mekong - -% 22 0.1% -% - -% 50 0.1% -%
VAMA Total 12,221 98.6% 17,160 97.4% -28.8% 37,602 97.8% 36,774 97.1% 2.3%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
12,394 100.0% 17,621 100.0% -29.7% 38,431 100.0% 37,853 100.0% 1.5%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis




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Flash report, January 2018

13 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.


Auto sales in Vietnam up 28.7% in January
According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) report issued on February 9, automobile sales (including non-VAMA manufactures) in Vietnam were up 28.7% year on year to 26,037 units in January.
CKD volume was 20,586 units, and CBU volume was 5,451 units.
VAMA members (20 manufactures) sales in January were up 29.4% to 25,381 units. VAMA members passenger car sales were up 25.8%, commercial vehicles were up 44.9%, and special purpose vehicles were down 39.8%.
By brand sales in January based on MarkLines Data Center figures, Truong Hai was up 64.9% to 5,964 units. Toyota (excluding Lexus) was down 3.5% to 5,131 units. VinaMazda was up 75.0% to 5,040 units. Ford was down 4.0% to 2,443 units. Honda was up 42.5% to 1,755 units.
In line with ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement, Vietnam lowered the tariff on the CBU imports from ASEAN countries from 30% to 0% in January 2018.
However, on January 1, 2018, Vietnam imposed new decrees that traders should only be permitted to import automobiles if they can provide valid vehicle registration certificates issued by authorities from the countries of origin. Original quality control certificates for each vehicle and letters of authorization regarding recalls of defective vehicles from the manufacturers are also required, along with copies of quality assurance certificates provided by the countries of origin.
Consequently CBU import sales were down in January.


Sales volume by type of VAMA members *
Jan. 2018 Jan. 2017 Y-o-Y
Passenger Cars 18,256 14,507 25.8%
Commercial Vehicles 6,930 4,783 44.9%
SPV 195 324 -39.8%
VAMA Total 25,381 19,614 29.4%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
26,037 20,232 28.7%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis


Vietnam - Sales of locally assembled vehicles
Make Jan. 2018 Share Jan. 2017 Share Y-o-Y
Truong Hai (Thaco)
(Thaco Truck/Thaco bus/Thaco Kia)
5,964 22.9% 3,617 17.9% 64.9%
Toyota 5,131 19.7% 5,318 26.3% -3.5%
VinaMazda 5,040 19.4% 2,880 14.2% 75.0%
Ford 2,443 9.4% 2,544 12.6% -4.0%
Honda 1,755 6.7% 1,232 6.1% 42.5%
VinaStar 1,179 4.5% 764 3.8% 54.3%
GM Vietnam 920 3.5% 1,002 5.0% -8.2%
Mercedes-Benz 525 2.0% 528 2.6% -0.6%
Suzuki 523 2.0% 421 2.1% 24.2%
Isuzu* 477 1.8% 194 1.0% 145.9%
Dothanh 327 1.3% 68 0.3% 380.9%
Vinamotor* 274 1.1% 216 1.1% 26.9%
Peugeot 271 1.0% 20 0.1% 1255.0%
TCIEV 175 0.7% 256 1.3% -31.6%
Hino* 160 0.6% 125 0.6% 28.0%
SAMCO 85 0.3% 110 0.5% -22.7%
Lexus 80 0.3% 135 0.7% -40.7%
VEAM 46 0.2% 156 0.8% -70.5%
SYM 6 0.0% - -% -%
Mekong - -% 28 0.1% -%
VAMA Total 25,381 97.5% 19,614 96.9% 29.4%
Total
(Incl. import/VAMA non-member)
26,037 100.0% 20,232 100.0% 28.7%
Source: VAMA(Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association)
* exclude bus chassis




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