Asean best selling Cars

ASEAN best selling cars. The top 50 in the 2018

Asean best selling cars ranking year to date  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.

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Asean best selling Cars

ASEAN best selling cars 2017. The top 50

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!

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ASEAN Automotive Market

ASEAN automotive market. All Markets figures and trend in 2017

ASEAN Automotive Market in the 2017 reported a +4.7% growth keeping the positive medium term trend thanks to record economic performance. The Philippines are driving up the entire region followed by the recovery of Thailand.

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Asean Best selling Cars

ASEAN Best Selling Cars 2015. Toyota Hilux on top

Asean Best selling Cars 2015 ranking led by the made in Thailand Toyota Hilux with a wide gap over the main followers. The Perodua Axia was the first car passenger.

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Asean Auto Book 2014

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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.

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ASEAN Vehicle Market

ASEAN Vehicle Market is dominated by Japanese brands.

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.

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Asean car markets

Asean car markets have lost 15 percent in first four month of 2014.

Asean car markets have lost 15 percent in first four month of 2014 dragged down by Thai collapse. Albeit record growth posted by Philippines and Vietnam, the entire zone is projected to fall in full year 2014.

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