Indonesia Vehicles Market in Q1 2016 has lost steam again. Honda shines.

Indonesia Vehicles Market in Q1 2016 Honda-Ridgeline-2017

Indonesia Vehicles Market in Q1 2016 has lost steam again. Toyota confirmed leadership and led the model ranking with Avanza and Innova despite Honda kept growing and is now close to the leader.

Market Outlook

Indonesia’s economy lost steam last year as rising government spending failed to compensate for falling exports and lackluster private consumption. While surging government consumption should boost growth this year, high-frequency data suggests other economic drivers are stuck in the doldrums.

The Indonesian Vehicles Market has suffered the deep crisis throughout 2015 and unfortunately the new year started with further losses in sales volume. During the first quarter of 2016 sales fell down for three straight months, for a total of nineteen months in a row of negative performance from 2014 .

According to data released by the GAIKINDO, the Indonesian Associations of Car Manufacturers, in the first trimester the worst month was January with 85.012 sales,down 9.7%, followed by an harmless February with 88.225 (-0.6%) and a disappointing March with 93.990, down 5.5%.

During the first quarter the total vehicles sold had been 267.227, down 5.4% compared to the same period of the 2015.

Competitive Arena

In the Q1, Toyota led the ranking with 61.213 sales  (+12.4%) and 22.9% of market share. Honda was second with 58.379 units (+28.7%) ahead of Daihatsu with 42.452 (+2.4%), Suzuki with 28.859 (-6.1%) and Mitsubishi with 27.703 (-8.5%).

As far as the Car Groups performance, the leader was Toyota Group with 47.7% of market share, ahead of Honda with 21.8%, Suzuki with 10.8%, Mitsubishi with 10.4% and Renault-Nissan with 5.6%.

As far as the best-selling models performance, the Toyota Avanza dominated inexorably the competition with 3.860 sales (-2.7%) followed by the Daihatsu Xenia with 2.577 (+20.0%), the Toyota Innova with 1.817 (+5.9%), the Daihatsu Gran Max PU with 1.485 (+261.3%) and the Honda BR-V with 6.296 (-7.6%).

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands, Groups and Models. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will report year to date data updated.

Rank Mar Rank Q1 Brand Mar Q1 Mar Var Q1 Var Mar% Q1%
1 1 Toyota 22.996 61.213 10,8% 12,4% 24,5% 22,9%
2 2 Honda 20.475 58.379 14,6% 28,7% 21,8% 21,8%
3 3 Daihatsu 14.504 42.452 5,2% 2,4% 15,4% 15,9%
4 5 Mitsubishi 9.355 27.703 -15,3% -8,5% 10,0% 10,4%
5 4 Suzuki 9.099 28.859 -10,2% -6,1% 9,7% 10,8%
6 6 Toyota Trucks 7.000 19.090 -8,8% -5,3% 7,4% 7,1%
7 7 Nissan 3.762 10.304 42,1% 34,9% 4,0% 3,9%
8 8 Datsun 1.600 4.600 -29,7% -27,7% 1,7% 1,7%
9 9 Hino 1.579 4.523 -27,6% -25,0% 1,7% 1,7%
10 10 Isuzu 1.449 3.908 -10,4% -22,1% 1,5% 1,5%
11 11 Mazda 489 1.963 -50,9% -18,5% 0,5% 0,7%
12 12 Mercedes 448 1.021 59,4% 33,5% 0,5% 0,4%
13 15 Chevrolet 352 517 31,8% -64,4% 0,4% 0,2%
14 13 Ford 250 750 -62,4% -59,1% 0,3% 0,3%
15 14 BMW 200 576 -11,1% -8,7% 0,2% 0,2%

Rank Mar Rank Q1 Group Mar Q1 Mar Var Q1 Var Mar% Q1%
1 1 Toyota 46.109 127.368 3,7% 4,2% 49,1% 47,7%
2 2 Honda 20.475 58.379 14,6% 28,7% 21,8% 21,8%
4 3 Suzuki 9.099 28.859 -10,2% -6,1% 9,7% 10,8%
3 4 Mitsubishi 9.355 27.703 -15,3% -8,5% 10,0% 10,4%
5 5 Renault-Nissan 5.367 14.919 8,7% 6,4% 5,7% 5,6%
6 6 Isuzu Motors 1.449 3.908 -10,4% -22,1% 1,5% 1,5%
7 7 Mazda 489 1.963 -50,9% -18,5% 0,5% 0,7%
8 8 Mercedes Daimler 450 1.027 59,6% 33,4% 0,5% 0,4%
10 9 Ford 250 750 -62,4% -59,1% 0,3% 0,3%
11 10 BMW 210 606 -26,1% -14,9% 0,2% 0,2%

Rank Mar Rank Q1 Model Mar Q1 Mar Var Q1 Var Mar% Q1%
1 1 Toyota Avanza 11.668 29.340 -11,1% -22,1% 13,1% 11,6%
9 2 Daihatsu Xenia 3.656 16.579 11,1% 71,7% 4,1% 6,5%
4 3 Toyota Innova 5.740 15.754 49,9% 37,0% 6,5% 6,2%
7 4 Daihatsu Gran Max PU 4.194 13.975 -31,8% -23,4% 4,7% 5,5%
2 5 Honda BR-V 6.089 12.881 6,9% 5,1%
6 6 Toyota Agya 4.642 12.720 -11,4% -11,7% 5,2% 5,0%
8 7 Daihatsu Ayla 3.684 12.085 5,9% 33,7% 4,1% 4,8%
15 8 Datsun GO+ 1.873 11.817 15,3% 128,5% 2,1% 4,7%
3 9 Honda HR-V 6.034 11.593 72,4% 22,0% 6,8% 4,6%
5 10 Honda Mobilio 5.088 9.585 133,4% -12,0% 5,7% 3,8%
11 11 Suzuki Carry Pick Up 3.088 9.014 -40,5% -38,4% 3,5% 3,6%
10 12 Suzuki Ertiga 3.205 8.842 13,7% 8,8% 3,6% 3,5%
12 13 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 2.046 8.161 132,5% 238,6% 2,3% 3,2%
23 14 Honda Brio 918 5.373 -67,2% -24,7% 1,0% 2,1%
13 15 Mitsubishi L300 1.927 5.218 -24,5% -22,0% 2,2% 2,1%
16 16 Toyota Fortuner 1.750 5.178 78,6% 66,7% 2,0% 2,0%
17 17 Toyota Rush 1.724 4.719 -37,8% -8,7% 1,9% 1,9%
14 18 Toyota Yaris 1.891 4.668 -5,6% -8,4% 2,1% 1,8%
18 19 Suzuki APV Pick-up 1.380 4.048 -22,3% -22,7% 1,6% 1,6%
20 20 Honda Jazz 1.205 3.883 -0,4% -38,0% 1,4% 1,5%

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