Indonesia Vehicles Market 2016 rebounded moderately after the previous year fall, thanks to the success of new low emission models. The top three brands, Toyota, Honda and Daihatsu at an impressive 72% of share.
Cambodia Autos 2016 pushed up by strong economic growth hitting the new all time record and gaining the 10% of total vehicles imported in the country, albeit duties improved at over 125%. Hyundai the leader.
Brunei Auto Sales 2016 dragged down by the challenging economic conditions in the crucial energy market. The recession cut the customer's demand for vehicles and the sector declined for the third year in a row.
Brunei Automotive Industry kept falling down in the first quarter 2016 hit by the further declining GDP and weak domestic consumption's. Toyota led the competition with the Wiggo on top of models list.
Brunei Vehicles Market in 2015 dropped 20% at lowest in five hit by the fall of national economy, low investments and weak internal demand. The 2015 was fall was the highest in the last 30 years. Toyota on top of the list.
Indonesia Vehicles Market in 2015 dropped in double-digit hit by economic crisis. Ford announced to quite the market by the end of the 2016 for profit reasons. Toyota, market leader, goes ahead fast (and happy).
Brunei cars sales fell in double-digit during the first half 2015 hit by the sharp economic contraction due to the low oil price in the international markets. Toyota kept the leadership with 25% of market share.
Brunei Car Market Insights 2012-2014 report features trends and dynamics of the automotive industry in one of the reachest country in the World. Data reported regards segment, groups, brands and models.
Indonesia Auto Industry heavy fell in first half 2015 hit by low consumer's demand in a struggling domestic economy. However, Toyota managed to avoid losing volume keeping over 50% of market share among groups.
Indonesia Car Market Insights report is a deep research on the most important market in the South Asian region. Starting from the 2004 base, market statistics had been reported with details for cars and LCVs, by segment, brand and models.
Asean Car Book 2015 report was conducted in February 2015 featuring the current domestic light passenger vehicle scenario in the South East Asia region reporting statistics on segments, brands and model performance.