Thailand best-selling cars ranking in 2019 saw the historical leader – the Toyota Hilux – back on top, overtaking the Isuzu D-Max. The Ford Ranger conquered the podium, but the Mazda2 and the Toyota Yaris were just a few units behind.
After losing the leadership title in 2018, the traditional market leader in 2019 – the Toyota Hilux – was back on top, fully recovering from the previous year’s decline. Indeed, the Hilux led the market with 16.2% of market share.
The former leader, the Isuzu D-Max, ended in second position holding 15.2%, with 143.355 units sold, down 10.5% from the previous year. The 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.
The Ford Ranger, despite declining in double-digits, managed to gain the market podium, a few units ahead of the Mazda2 and the Toyota Yaris.
In sixth position, the Mitsubishi Triton – losing one spot from the previous year – ahead of the Honda City and the Honda Civic, which ended respectively at 3.4% and 3%.
In ninth place the Toyota Yaris Ativ with 3% of market share – losing 13.4% from the previous year – followed by the Toyota Fortuner with 2.7%.
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for top 50 models.