Asean best selling cars ranking after the first eight months of the 2017 with the Toyota Hilux leader albeit losing terrain from the second, the Isuzu D-Max. The region is improving fast with actual sales at 2.25 million, up 7.0%.
Thailand Vehicles Market 2012-2015 Insights provides facts, data and forecast on this market with all data by OEM, Brand, Model and segment. From the 2004 up to the 2015 All About within 80 pages and 120 charts.
Thailand Vehicles Market 2012-2020 Outlook provides facts, data and forecast on this market with all data by OEM, Brand, Model and segment. From the 2004 up to the 2020 All About within 130 pages and 200 charts.
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.
Automotive Industry in Thailand is sputtering as November posted the 16th fall in a row with cumulative sales down 35 percent from the previous year and emerging countries in the zone (Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar) reclaiming space.
September sales data confirm Thai automotive industry is falling below 1 million this year as the domestic market kept falling with a record negative series. In the general decline, Isuzu Motor shines selling few units more than year ago.
Thailand’s Car Market sputters as July sales collapsed again and the production output has been cut by almost one fourth. Following the Thai court removed Prime Minister in May the country is under military control with economy falling down.
Thailand automotive industry shocked by first half fall. The market fell down 40.8% scoring the worst performance among the global biggest thirty markets. The performance is penalizing the global Toyota, Isuzu and Nissan share..
Thailand Vehicle Market in vertical fall with May sales down over 40 percent. The best-selling model is the Toyota Hilux followed by Isuzu D-Max. These two models are keeping an impressive market share together.
ASEAN Vehicle Market is dominated by Japanese brands and in April 2014 Toyota was well ahead of any competitors with share at thirty percent. Nissan, Mazda, Isuzu and Chevrolet have reported huge losses this year.
2014 Global Car Sales at 86.5 million accordingly with statistical projection of firth four month of the year. Following a strong first quarter, in April the market has lost speed growing only 2.5% over the correspondent month last year.
2014 Thailand automotive sector struggles hit by huge domestic market fall. Following the robust first quarter loss, in April the market has lost again 16 percent of volume from year ago and now overcapacity is more than a risk.
Thailand’s Car Market crumbled 46% in March 2014, posting the ninth year-on-year drop in a row hit by the internal demand collapse followed at the end of incentive scheme for new cars buyers recently enhanced by increased social and politic troubles.
Thailand’s Car Market fell 8% in 2013 ending the year with a series of deeply negative months, as the market in the second half paid the end of the too generous government incentive for first car buyers, expired in May.