Singapore 2016 sales at best since 2005

Singapore Cars Sales in November 2016 honda_cr-v_2017

Singapore Cars Sales 2016 boomed at best since 2005 thanks to the large number of COE released and to the parallel import. Honda jumped on top of the list ahead of Toyota and Mazda.

Market Outlook

Singapore’s economy surprised to the upside in the final quarter of 2016 and avoided a technical recession. The rebound was mainly driven by a turnaround in the manufacturing and the services sectors, while the construction sector, burdened by difficult housing market conditions, continued to contract.

The final quarter’s positive result brought full-year 2016 GDP growth to 1.8%, which, despite being the slowest pace of growth in seven years, testifies to the structural strengths of the small and strongly market-oriented Asian economy in an adverse external environment.

Due to the combined effect of expanded COE released and strong parallel import, the 2016 celebrated a great improvement in the domestic car sales. at best since 2005.

Indeed, according to data released by the Singapore Bureau of Statistics, the total vehicles registered in the year had been 117.437 (+49.8%) including 87.498 car passenger’s (+52.6%), 3.794 Taxis (-6.6%) and 26.145 HCVs and Bus (+54.3%).

Competitive Arena

Thanks to the last quarter sales boom in the parallel import, mainly on the new Vezel, Honda was able to keep the leadership of the car segment with 19.349 sales (+144.4%) ahead of the traditional leader, Toyota, second with 14.432 sales (+42.2%).

In third place Mazda with 7.091 (+34.1%) a breath ahead of Nissan with 7.028 (+26.1%), Mercedes with 6.444 (+19.1%) and BMW with 4.582 (+27.0%).

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 always have the year to date data updated.

Rank Dec Rank 2016 BRAND Sales December Sales 2016 FY Variation December Variation 2016 FY Share December Share 2016
1 1 Honda 5.916 19.349 466,7% 144,4% 53,6% 22,1%
3 2 Toyota 727 14.432 -35,1% 42,2% 6,6% 16,5%
2 3 Mazda 857 7.091 39,8% 34,1% 7,8% 8,1%
4 4 Nissan 626 7.028 -22,0% 26,1% 5,7% 8,0%
5 5 Mercedes 397 6.444 20,7% 19,2% 3,6% 7,4%
10 6 BMW 194 4.582 -57,2% 27,0% 1,8% 5,2%
9 7 Lexus 210 4.059 -39,5% 100,8% 1,9% 4,6%
13 8 Mitsubishi 163 3.632 63,0% 163,4% 1,5% 4,2%
11 9 Subaru 184 2.902 -8,0% 74,0% 1,7% 3,3%
8 10 Volkswagen 220 2.779 4,3% -9,1% 2,0% 3,2%
12 11 Hyundai 168 2.587 10,5% 43,3% 1,5% 3,0%
7 12 Audi 254 2.360 -3,8% 12,8% 2,3% 2,7%
14 13 Kia 162 2.357 -9,0% 48,6% 1,5% 2,7%
15 14 Volvo 140 1.485 48,9% 16,6% 1,3% 1,7%
6 15 Citroen 299 814 353,0% 18,8% 2,7% 0,9%
18 16 Chevrolet 51 623 59,4% 72,6% 0,5% 0,7%
17 17 Peugeot 53 608 -1,9% 15,8% 0,5% 0,7%
22 18 Porsche 36 563 300,0% 1,8% 0,3% 0,6%
16 19 Jaguar 69 555 53,3% 44,2% 0,6% 0,6%
20 20 Suzuki 38 496 -24,0% 93,0% 0,3% 0,6%
18 21 Renault 51 462 -15,0% 46,2% 0,5% 0,5%
20 22 Land Rover 38 388 5,6% 11,2% 0,3% 0,4%
19 23 Mini 41 383 36,7% 29,0% 0,4% 0,4%
24 24 Ford 24 337 50,0% 4,3% 0,2% 0,4%
23 25 Infiniti 29 328 38,1% 47,7% 0,3% 0,4%
25 26 SsangYong 18 279 200,0% 282,2% 0,2% 0,3%
21 27 Opel 37 241 640,0% 282,5% 0,3% 0,3%
27 28 Maserati 7 63 16,7% -16,0% 0,1% 0,1%
27 29 Bentley 7 53 250,0% -19,7% 0,1% 0,1%
28 30 Alfa Romeo 3 39 -25,0% 25,8%
31 Ferrari 37 -100,0% -9,8%
30 32 Rolls-Royce 1 19
33 Perodua 18
31 34 Lamborghini 15
30 35 Aston Martin 1 14
26 35 Seat 11 14
30 36 Alpina 1 12
30 37 Chery 1 10
30 37 Chrysler 1 10
29 38 Jeep 2 9
39 McLaren 5
40 MG 4
31 41 Tesla 3
30 42 Skoda 1 2
43 Lotus 1
43 Daihatsu 1
30 43 Triumph 1 1
43 Fiat 1
Rank Dec Rank 2016 GROUP Sales December Sales 2016 FY Variation December Variation 2016 FY Share December Share 2016 FY
1 1 Honda 5.916 19.349 466,7% 144,4% 53,6% 22,1%
2 2 Toyota 937 18.492 -36,1% 51,9% 8,5% 21,1%
4 3 Renault-Nissan 706 7.818 -20,1% 27,9% 6,4% 8,9%
3 4 Mazda 857 7.091 39,8% 34,1% 7,8% 8,1%
6 5 Mercedes Daimler 397 6.444 20,7% 19,2% 3,6% 7,4%
5 6 Volkswagen 529 5.786 8,8% 0,0% 4,8% 6,6%
9 7 BMW 237 4.996 -51,0% 27,0% 2,1% 5,7%
8 8 Hyundai-Kia 330 4.944 0,0% 45,8% 3,0% 5,7%
11 9 Mitsubishi 163 3.632 63,0% 163,4% 1,5% 4,2%
10 10 Fuji Heavy Industries 184 2.902 -8,0% 74,0% 1,7% 3,3%

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