ASEAN best selling cars. The top in 2019

Asean best selling Cars
Asean best selling Cars

Asean best selling cars in 2019 was again the Toyota Hilux, widening the gap from the main follower, the Isuzu D-Max, which fell 9.2%. The Mitsubishi Xpander and the Toyota Rush landed respectively in 3rd and 6th place, while the best 10 brand was the Toyota Agya, soaring 142.2%.

Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is an economic free trade area in South Asian, including the following nations: Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia.

Economic Environment

ASEAN regional economy has grown less than anticipated, resulting in slight downward revisions to growth forecasts which now stand at 4.8 percent (2019) and 4.9 percent (2020), down from 4.9 percent and 5.0 percent, respectively. Meanwhile, regional inflation for 2019 was expected to fall to 2.4 percent from the previous forecast of 2.6 percent.

Best Selling Cars

With regard to the regional best-selling cars ranking, in 2019 the leadership was still in the hands of the Toyota Hilux, produced in Thailand, well ahead of the list with 6.3% of share, gaining 5.8% from the previous year .

In second place with a growing gap to the leader, the Isuzu D-Max, produced in Thailand as well, holding 4.8%  while losing 9.2%.

Third was the Mitsubishi Xpander with 3.8% of share followed by the Toyota Avanza with 3.1% and the Toyota Vios – up 2 spots – with 2.8%.

In sixth place the Toyota Rush with 2.6% followed by the Perodua Myvi with 2.5%.

The Toyota Agya landed in 8th place with a stunning performance, ending at 2.5%, ahead of the Ford Ranger with 2.6% and the Toyota Fortuner with 2.4%.

Rank 2019Rank 2018ModelSales 20192019 Var
11Toyota Hilux203.5235,8%
22Isuzu D-Max155.747-9,2%
35Mitsubishi Xpander123.61131,4%
43Toyota Avanza102.4645,8%
57Toyota Vios91.6596,1%
613Toyota Rush82.72127,5%
710Perodua Myvi81.966-0,2%
832Toyota Agya79.631142,2%
99Ford Ranger79.350-3,9%
1011Toyota Fortuner77.585-2,0%
1160Honda Brio76.554458,9%
128Honda City74.844-13,1%
136Honda HR-V68.770-23,6%
1412Perodua Axia67.267-5,0%
1524Suzuki Carry Pick Up65.11844,1%
16517TOYOTA Kijang57.225
1717Daihatsu Sigra52.2832,7%
1821Toyota Yaris51.8778,7%
1920Mitsubishi Triton49.9702,8%
2116Honda Jazz47.062-11,1%
2219Perodua Bezza45.656-8,5%
2325Honda CR-V44.675-0,1%
2423Nissan Navara41.414-8,9%
2528Suzuki Ertiga41.106-2,8%
2626Honda Civic39.453-8,2%
2774Mitsubishi L30039.096318,3%
2846Proton Saga38.15390,1%
2927Daihatsu Gran Max PU35.926-15,5%
3029Nissan Almera35.673-9,8%
3131Mitsubishi Pajero Sport31.809-10,7%
324Toyota Innova31.144-67,1%
3338Toyota Hiace28.7176,2%
3433Toyota Yaris Ativ28.072-13,4%
3544Toyota Wigo26.72825,9%
3630Toyota Corolla25.225-31,6%
3734Daihatsu Terios22.964-27,0%
3839Daihatsu Ayla22.108-18,0%
3945Proton Persona21.8764,0%
4035Daihatsu Xenia21.674-26,6%
4163Toyota Camry20.97963,7%
4237Mazda CX-520.518-25,2%
4348Ford Everest19.2572,4%
4436Honda Mobilio18.425-34,5%
4547Mitsubishi Attrage17.346-9,7%
46324Isuzu NMR16.40216809,3%
4767Wuling Confero16.33239,9%
4815Perodua Alza16.200-71,8%
4940Honda BR-V15.861-39,7%
5054Proton Iriz15.846-0,3%