Car Market in Malaysia posted a double digit growth in January.

Car Market in Malaysia

Car Market in Malaysia posted a double digit growth in January despite Toyota fell one third from the correspondent month last year. Perodua boomed thanks to new models.

In January 2015 according to data released by M.A.A., the Malaysian Automotive Association, the new Light Passengers Vehicles sold in Malaysia have been 56.654, up 13.1% compared with the correspondent month last year.

2015 is expected to be challenging for the Malaysian Automotive industry.

Growing inflation index and the April implementation of the new Good & Services Tax (GST) will create uncertain for consumers while the bank system should continue to restriction policy introduced in second half 2014.

However the market is expected up again and ready to hit the fourth all-time record in a row in the range of 690.000 units. In this view, the double digit January start is more than expected.

In January the market was driven up by strong Perodua performance with volume at 16.067, up 32.9%, and market share at 32.1%.

Proton sold 8.900 units (-8.6%) and was followed by Honda with 6.522 sales (+2.0%).

Huge surprise was created by the embarrassing drop scored by Toyota, fell 38.2% at 4.064, 5th behind Nissan.

As far as the car group’s performance and ranking, the leader was Perodua with 32.1% of market share, ahead of Proton with 17.8% and Honda with 13.0%.

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Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands and Groups. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank Jan '15Rank 2014BrandSales Jan '15Y.o.Y. Var Jan '15Share Jan '15Sales F.Y. 2014Share 2014
11Perodua16.06732,9%32,1%195.57929,9%
22Proton8.900-8,6%17,8%115.78317,7%
34Honda6.5222,0%13,0%77.49511,8%
45Nissan4.70634,2%9,4%39.9326,1%
53Toyota4.064-38,2%8,1%102.03515,6%
67Ford1.54437,6%3,1%13.9382,1%
76Mitsubishi1.48823,6%3,0%14.3222,2%
89Mazda8759,8%1,7%11.3821,7%
910Hyundai815-9,3%1,6%10.2711,6%
108Isuzu747-7,3%1,5%12.3661,9%
1111Kia702-23,9%1,4%9.9261,5%
1216Peugeot525-13,2%1,0%5.4980,8%
1313BMW500-11,8%1,0%7.8081,2%
1414Mercedes430-19,3%0,9%6.9521,1%
1515Hino422-0,5%0,8%6.3801,0%
1612Volkswagen417-54,2%0,8%8.9161,4%
1717Suzuki383-45,4%0,8%4.2730,7%
1819Subaru210-3,2%0,4%1.6440,3%
1928Chana105356,5%0,2%3410,1%
2018Chevrolet101-24,1%0,2%1.7920,3%
2120Audi96-48,7%0,2%1.6190,2%
2223Land Rover9518,8%0,2%8440,1%
2322Daihatsu88-3,3%0,2%1.2070,2%
2425Mini5534,1%0,1%6550,1%
2521Lexus45-58,7%0,1%1.6010,2%
2624Volvo43-51,7%0,1%7880,1%
2727Porsche3822,6%0,1%3490,1%
2830Renault363500,0%0,1%2280,0%
2926Chery34-30,6%0,1%3500,1%
3029Jac190,0%0,0%2800,0%
3133Jaguar14#DIV/0!0,0%360,0%
3131SsangYong14-22,2%0,0%2070,0%
3234BAW6200,0%0,0%170,0%

Rank Jan '15Rank 2014GroupSales Jan '15Y.o.Y. Var Jan '15Share Jan '15Sales F.Y. 2014Share 2014
11Perodua16.06732,9%32,1%195.57929,3%
22Proton8.900-8,6%17,8%115.78317,4%
34Honda6.5222,0%13,0%77.49511,6%
45Renault-Nissan4.74235,1%9,5%40.1606,0%
53Toyota4.619-35,9%9,2%111.22316,7%
68Ford1.54437,6%3,1%13.9382,1%
76Hyundai-Kia1.517-16,7%3,0%20.1973,0%
87Mitsubishi1.48823,6%3,0%14.3222,1%
911Mazda8759,8%1,7%11.3821,7%
109Isuzu Motors747-7,3%1,5%12.3661,9%

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