Thailand best selling cars ranking in the 2018 is dominated by pick ups with on top of the list the Isuzu D-Max, the Toyota Hilux, the Ford Ranger and the Mitsubishi Triton. The best car passenger’s is the Mazda2.
In the 2018 the Thai market is pushing up. Having ended the Q1 with 189.880 sales (+15.2%) and the Q2 with 252.025 (++26.3%), in the Q3 sales were 251.046 (+19.3%) thanks July at 81.946 (+25.7%), August at 86.814 (+27.7%) and September at 82.646 (+6.5%).
In October sales were 72.962 (+6.4%) with Year to Date figures at 817.771 (+18.6%) projecting the full year back over 1 million units.
A protagonist of this recovery has been, without doubts the last generation of the Isuzu D-Max, able not only to jump on top of the best-selling cars ranking, but also to slash a huge gap over the traditional market leader, the Toyota Hilux.
The Isuzu D-Max, produced in Thailand, is a master of all trades and the perfect blend of rugged capability whether off-road or load-lugging; paired with performance and comfort. Year to date sales have been 132.295 (+9.2%).
In second place, Toyota Hilux with 126.312 (+30.1%) and in third the Ford Ranger with 50.344 (+28.6%).
In fourth place the Mazda2 with 39.965 sales (+42.6%) ahead of the Mitsubishi Triton with 35.313 (+25.2%), the Toyota Yaris with 32.934 units (+23%), the Honda City with 29.949 units (-2.9%) and the Toyota Yaris Ativ with 29.573.
In ninth place the Honda Civic with 25.665 (+3.5%) and in 10th place the Toyota Fortuner with 24.085 (+19.9%).
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for the top 100 Models