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ASEAN best selling cars. The top 50 in the 2018

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Asean best selling cars ranking in the first half  2018 confirms the leadership under the Toyota Hilux.  The best model in Malaysia, the Perodua Axia,  advanced in the third step of the podium while the new Mitsubishi Xpander, already best model in Indonesia, landed in sixth place.

Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is an economical free trade are in South Asian, including the following nations: Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia.

Economic Environment

ASEAN economy lost momentum in the second quarter as several countries saw their external sectors weaken. GDP is estimated to have expanded 5.2% in Q2 on an annual basis, matching the preliminary estimate but below the previous quarter’s 5.4% figure.

The slowdown was driven primarily by unexpectedly weak outturns in Malaysia and the Philippines, which both saw growth dive to over one-year lows. In Malaysia, the economy was dragged down by net trade, with imports rebounding and export growth ebbing slightly, which offset stronger domestic demand.

A similar picture emerged in the Philippines, where imports surged amid the government’s ongoing infrastructure push, markedly outpacing export growth. In addition, private consumption growth in the Philippines dipped slightly, likely on the back of rising inflationary pressures taking a bite out of consumers’ purchasing power.

Best selling Cars

The ranking of best selling cars in the region is provided aggregating sales data from Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia.

In the first nine months of 2018 on top of the list there was again the former leader, the Toyota Hilux, produced in Thailand, with 135.078 sales (+22.7%) with a narrow gap over the second, the Isuzu D-Max, produced in Thailand as well, with 114.609 sales (+11.0%)

Third was the model leader in  Malaysia, the Perodua Axia with 81.973 sales (+37.0%) followed by the Toyota Vios with 75.671 units (-11.9%), the traditional leader in Indonesia (but not this year) and the MPV Toyota Avanza with 70.184 (-32.0%)

 A new star landed in sixth place, the Mitsubishi Xpander, already on top in Indonesia, with 67.375 sales.

In seventh place the Honda City with 66.406 (+2.2%) ahead of the Toyota Innova with 65.526 (-9.8%), the Honda HR-V with 63.655 (-8.3%) and in 10th place the Ford Ranger with 57.379 (+8.1%).

Rank 2018 Rank 2017 MODEL Sales YTD 2018 +-2018
1 1 Toyota Hilux 135.078 22,7%
2 2 Isuzu D-Max 114.608 11,0%
3 9 Perodua Axia 81.973 37,0%
4 4 Toyota Vios 75.621 -11,9%
5 3 Toyota Avanza 70.184 -32,0%
6 57 Mitsubishi Xpander 67.375
7 8 Honda City 66.406 2,2%
8 6 Toyota Innova 65.526 -9,8%
9 7 Honda HR-V 63.655 -8,3%
10 10 Ford Ranger 57.379 8,1%
11 5 Toyota Fortuner 53.090 -30,9%
12 11 Toyota Calya 48.560 -15,3%
13 12 Perodua Alza 46.677 -0,1%
14 43 Toyota Rush 44.675 167,9%
15 28 Mazda2 37.594 38,8%
16 13 Honda Jazz 37.590 1,8%
17 76 Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 37.444 472,6%
18 14 Daihatsu Sigra 37.365 16,2%
19 15 Toyota Yaris 34.861 12,8%
20 27 Mitsubishi Triton 32.672 22,5%
21 19 Honda Civic 31.968 2,7%
22 17 Honda Brio Satya 31.919 6,6%
23 32 Nissan Navara 31.508 40,9%
24 18 Suzuki Ertiga 30.191 -6,7%
25 23 Honda CR-V 30.083 11,1%
26 22 Daihatsu Gran Max PU 29.900 5,1%
27 31 Toyota Corolla 29.449 14,6%
28 25 Perodua Myvi 29.141 0,5%
29 24 Suzuki Carry Pick Up 27.422 -16,7%
30 29 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 27.147 1,5%
31 30 Nissan Almera 26.298 5,2%
32 56 Toyota Yaris Ativ 23.977 445,8%
33 33 Perodua Bezza 23.400 0,0%
34 20 Honda Mobilio 22.771 -18,3%
35 26 Daihatsu Xenia 22.160 -21,2%
36 16 Honda BR-V 21.686 -29,1%
37 64 Daihatsu Terios 21.500 116,8%
38 35 Toyota Agya 21.309 -12,8%
39 45 Mazda CX-5 20.958 62,7%
40 36 Daihatsu Ayla 20.255 -16,7%
41 34 Toyota Hiace 20.205 -12,4%
42 41 Chevrolet Colorado 16.174 6,4%
43 46 Toyota Wigo 15.628 0,9%
44 40 Mitsubishi Mirage 15.097 -2,7%
45 50 Mitsubishi Attrage 14.909 29,8%
46 82 Suzuki APV 14.168 175,5%
47 37 Isuzu MU-X 13.746 -30,9%
48 39 Ford Everest 13.002 -22,0%
49 38 Mitsubishi L300 P/U 12.958 -22,4%
50 21 Proton Saga 12.866 -58,9%

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