ASEAN best selling cars. The top 50 in the 2019

Asean best selling Cars

Asean best selling cars in the H1 of 2019 ranking 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, jumped in fourth 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 regional economic growth is seen moderating as a more challenging external environment leaves its mark. However, robust domestic demand, foreign investment flows and infrastructure spending should provide some stimulus. Lingering trade tensions and moderating economic growth in China—a key economic partner of the region—pose the main downside risks.

 

Best Selling Cars

During the first half of 2019 the consumer’s demand for new four-wheeler vehicles was moderately positive in the ASEAN region, with total light vehicles in the region (all the ten countries) at 1.659.850 units, up 2.5% from the previous year.

With regard to the regional best selling cars ranking the leadership is still in the hands of the Toyota Hilux, produced in Thailand, well ahead of the list with 102.678 sales booming 20.5% from the previous year .

In second place with a growing gap to the leader, the Isuzu D-Max, produced in Thailand as well, with 86.651 sales (+1.4%)

Third was the Perodua Axia with 66.000 sales followed by the Mitsubishi Xpander with 57.462 units (+38.1%) and the Toyota Vios with 54.304 (+1.6%)

 In sixth place the Toyota Avanza with 47.290 units (+1.6%) followed by the Honda City with 42.512 (+0.3%).

In 8th place, the Toyota Innova with 41.992 sales and is ahead of the Toyota Fortuner with 40.815 (+11.4%) and in 10th place the Ford Ranger with 39.248 (+0.1%).

Rank
2019
Rank
2018
ModelSales
YTD 2019
Sales
June
'+/-
YTD 2019
'+/-
Jun
11Toyota Hilux102.67816.74120,5%0,6%
22Isuzu D-Max86.65112.8251,4%-1,3%
33Perodua Axia66.00024.2040,0%0,0%
47Mitsubishi Xpander57.4627.55538,1%60,8%
54Toyota Vios54.30410.5111,6%30,8%
65Toyota Avanza47.2905.1761,6%-12,9%
78Honda City42.5127.7940,3%-4,3%
86Toyota Innova41.9926.3770,0%44,0%
911Toyota Fortuner40.8156.39011,4%44,4%
1010Ford Ranger39.2487.2270,1%20,3%
1112Toyota Rush37.5254.12369,7%57,2%
129Honda HR-V32.4104.016-22,1%-5,8%
1361Honda Brio31.4584.094375,8%527,9%
1414Perodua Alza28.2295.2050,0%0,0%
1517Mazda227.8915.12615,1%-0,3%
1620Toyota Yaris27.2693.80813,3%-0,4%
1718Daihatsu Sigra26.1751.1867,5%-41,2%
1816Mitsubishi Fuso Canter25.0813.842-0,4%15,0%
1919Mitsubishi Triton24.3914.2980,2%4,2%
2015Honda Jazz24.2854.1181,8%3,9%
2124Honda CR-V23.8043.42824,7%10,6%
2222Nissan Navara23.1383.41318,3%-17,1%
2327Honda Civic22.5333.5574,2%-0,7%
2413Toyota Calya21.9723.963-31,9%-2,3%
2523Suzuki Carry Pick Up21.5803.56425,9%24,1%
2621Honda Brio Satya20.250500-8,8%-79,6%
2726Suzuki Ertiga18.3623.428-20,7%16,5%
2833Toyota Yaris Ativ18.2242.94218,6%0,0%
2931Mitsubishi Pajero Sport17.9612.8022,9%22,8%
3025Daihatsu Gran Max PU16.6611.722-24,6%-57,3%
3128Nissan Almera16.3803.771-0,6%-0,7%
3230Toyota Corolla15.7363.424-17,7%-6,0%
3335Perodua Bezza15.6002.6000,0%0,0%
3429Perodua Myvi14.6944.1140,0%0,0%
3541Honda BR-V13.8182.156-11,5%-31,3%
3636Daihatsu Xenia13.596621-10,8%16,1%
3740Daihatsu Ayla12.888950-4,3%81,3%
3838Mazda CX-512.5732.055-11,8%-12,3%
3944Mitsubishi L300 P/U12.4482.20052,3%121,3%
4032Toyota Agya11.7891.491-31,5%-72,8%
4145Toyota Wigo11.7382.35022,8%14,2%
4250Suzuki APV11.3541.4222,1%14,3%
4339Toyota Hiace10.7383.055-7,1%53,0%
4448Ford Everest10.6171.65730,8%71,2%
4537Honda Mobilio10.0681.249-29,7%-33,2%
4651Suzuki Swift10.0511.85036,1%13,2%
4747Mitsubishi Attrage9.2171.819-9,2%13,3%
4842Isuzu MU-X8.9931.280-10,1%-8,8%
4934Daihatsu Terios8.707611-31,8%-44,4%
5063Toyota Camry8.64593660,8%16,1%

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