Indonesia's Auto market in 2021 rises by 48.3% with 863,372 sales, reporting a very strong year except for Q1. Nissan was the only brand to report losses, falling a sharp 47.6%.
Indonesia's best-selling car in 2020 is the Honda Brio -up 2 spots-, overtaking the Toyota Avanza. The Toyota Calya enters the top 10 with a stunning performance and conquers 4.5% share, while the Mitsubishi Xpander falls 2 spots, down to 6th position.
Indonesian vehicles market in 2020 falls by 46.1% as the pandemic and lockdowns affect sales tremendously. Full-Year sales have been 582.298, the lowest annual volume since 2009. Nissan (+5.6%) is the only brand on the leaderboard to report growth.
Indonesian Vehicles Sales in 2019 embarked on a negative pathway. Indeed, full-year sales have been 1.066.122 (-6.5%). Toyota, held over 35% of share, widening the gap from the followers, Daihatsu and Honda.
Indonesia best selling cars revolutionized by the launch of the new Mitsubishi Expander, landed in second place, behind of the Toyota Avanza. Fast mover is the other new model, the Toyota Rush, ranking in 5th place behind Toyota Calya and Innova.
Indonesian Vehicles Sales grew 7.1% in 2018 keeping the positive trend of previous years, ending with 1.139.901 units sold. The market podium is unchanged - with Toyota on the top - while impressive performances were scored by Mitsubishi and Wuling.