ASEAN best selling cars 2017. The top 50

Asean best selling Cars Honda-Jazz-2018

Asean best selling cars ranking in the 2017 led by the Toyota Hilux albeit losing terrain. The second, the Isuzu D-Max, reduced by half the gap and can attack the leadership in the 2018. The best car passenger was the Toyota Avanza. Top 50 models inside!

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.

ASEAN Vehicles Market in recent year has lost steam and total sales declines from 3.23 million in the 2012 to 3.15 million in the 2017. Indeed while new markets are fast growing, the biggest (Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia) have lost steam. However, in the 2017 the path was positive with an increase of 4.7% from the previous year.

Th best-selling vehicle in the region was the pick up Toyota Hilux, produced in Thailand, with 156.915 sales (-8.6%) losing terrain from the second, the Isuzu D-Max, produced in Thailand as well, with 149.300 sales (+10.6%)

Third was the model leader in Indonesia, the MPV Toyota Avanza with 136.060 sales (-3.2%) followed by the Toyota Vios with 113.074 units (+11.6%), the Toyota Fortuner with 102.202 (+4.1%) and the Honda HR-V with 90.916 (-5.2%).

In eight place the best model sold in Malaysia, the Perodua Axia with 88.417 (-0.7%) followed by the Honda City with 86.502 (+19.8%) and in 10th place the Ford Ranger with 77.532 (+26.4%).

Rank 2017 Rank 2016   Sales 2017 Sales 2016 Variation 2017
1 1 Toyota Hilux 156.915 171.688 -8,6%
2 3 Isuzu D-Max 149.300 134.941 10,6%
3 2 Toyota Avanza 136.060 140.542 -3,2%
4 4 Toyota Vios 113.074 101.326 11,6%
5 5 Toyota Fortuner 102.202 98.161 4,1%
6 8 Toyota Innova 101.303 88.860 14,0%
7 6 Honda HR-V 90.916 95.919 -5,2%
8 7 Perodua Axia 88.417 89.059 -0,7%
9 9 Honda City 86.502 72.228 19,8%
10 10 Ford Ranger 77.532 61.353 26,4%
11 14 Toyota Calya 73.236 48.287 51,7%
12 15 Perodua Alza 50.057 46.002 8,8%
13 13 Honda Jazz 47.160 49.259 -4,3%
14 31 Daihatsu Sigra 44.993 31.939 40,9%
15 29 Honda Civic 43.758 34.208 27,9%
16 11 Toyota Yaris 43.475 54.414 -20,1%
17 25 Honda Brio Satya 43.378 36.468 18,9%
18 23 Suzuki Ertiga 43.089 36.768 17,2%
19 27 Proton Saga 42.978 34.519 24,5%
20 12 Honda BR-V 42.763 52.038 -17,8%
21 32 Suzuki Carry Pick Up 42.185 31.620 33,4%
22 20 Perodua Myvi 41.720 41.562 0,4%
23 22 Daihatsu Gran Max PU 39.895 37.996 5,0%
24 34 Mitsubishi Triton 38.771 30.591 26,7%
25 18 Daihatsu Xenia 38.651 44.766 -13,7%
26 35 Mazda2 38.580 30.458 26,7%
27 40 Honda CR-V 38.505 22.794 68,9%
28 19 Hino 37.423 41.946 -10,8%
29 24 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 37.252 36.560 1,9%
30 30 Nissan Navara 36.820 32.101 14,7%
31 28 Nissan Almera 36.345 34.296 6,0%
32 26 Toyota Corolla 34.958 36.002 -2,9%
33 33 Toyota Hiace 32.399 31.578 2,6%
34 16 Honda Mobilio 31.795 45.580 -30,2%
35 17 Toyota Agya 29.004 45.009 -35,6%
36 21 Daihatsu Ayla 28.184 39.179 -28,1%
37 39 Isuzu MU-X 26.734 22.947 16,5%
38 48 Mitsubishi Mirage 24.204 18.987 27,5%
39 44 Ford Everest 22.969 20.546 11,8%
40 54 Chevrolet Colorado 21.413 15.760 35,9%
41 45 Toyota Sienta 21.394 20.291 5,4%
42 43 Mazda CX-5 20.822 20.626 1,0%
43 38 Toyota Rush 20.662 25.264 -18,2%
44 41 Mitsubishi L300 P/U 20.401 22.328 -8,6%
45 73 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 19.917 10.768 85,0%
46 47 Toyota Wigo 19.664 18.993 3,5%
47 49 Ford Ecosport 18.746 18.056 3,8%
48 61 Hyundai Accent 17.580 13.387 31,3%
49 67 Mitsubishi Attrage 16.409 12.270 33,7%
50 46 Mitsubishi T120-SS Pick up 16.095 19.386 -17,0%

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