Indonesian Vehicles Sales reported a two-digits drop in March, as a result of social distancing measures imposed in large part of the country, to slow down the Covid-19 spread. Indeed, in March the market lost 14.2% with 72.748 sales, ending the Q1 at 222.921 (-0.9%).
Indonesian Vehicles Sales grew 7.1% in 2018 keeping the positive trend of previous years, ending with 1.139.901 units sold. The market podium is unchanged - with Toyota on the top - while impressive performances were scored by Mitsubishi and Wuling.
Indonesia Car Market Insights 2010-2025 features historical data and insights plus professional forecast on new vehicles sales by type, manufacturer, brand and model providing an easy-to-use picture of current and future competitive landscape.
Indonesia Auto Sales in the 2017 increased 6% thanks to economic recovery and despite the introduction of legislations against high polluting vehicles. Toyota and Daihatsu dominates with over 55% of share. Suzuki was the fastest growing brand.
Indonesia Vehicles Market 2016 rebounded moderately after the previous year fall, thanks to the success of new low emission models. The top three brands, Toyota, Honda and Daihatsu at an impressive 72% of share.
Indonesia Vehicles Market in 2015 dropped in double-digit hit by economic crisis. Ford announced to quite the market by the end of the 2016 for profit reasons. Toyota, market leader, goes ahead fast (and happy).