Thailand vehicles market in August losing 6.8% from the previous year, with 67.595 sales. The Top 3 brands kept a flat trend, with Toyota holding 40% of share. Nissan, Mazda and Ford fell in double-digits, while Subaru hit a stunning +255%.
Thailand vehicles market in 2017 started to recovered having bottomed down the long crisis. Sales improved 13.4% despite the leader, Toyota has lost. Several brands reported substantial performance, including the Europeans Volvo and Volkswagen.
Thailand Vehicles Market August 2016 improved moderately after having bottomed out and approaching a tepid recovery. Honda and Ford shining while Toyota Yaris was on the podium.
Thailand Auto Sales flat in the first half 2016 starting the recovery. June was up 9 percent driven by strong performance by Mitsubishi and Isuzu while Toyota fell in double-digit.
Thailand is moderately recovering fueled by robust public spending and export activity. In May the auto industry reported a robust double-digit performance with the rest of the year outlook positive.
Thailand domestic vehicles sales fell again in Q1 2016 albeit the economy accelerated markedly and in March the business confidence reached the top-level in a year. The Isuzu D-Max gained the leadership.
Thailand Vehicles Market in 2015 has lost 10% but ended showing signs of recovery. Mazda was the top brand while the Chinese MG is rapidly growing. The new vehicles of the year is the Honda HR-V.
Thailand Auto sales fell only 2% in October, the best month of the year having bottomed up after the long decline. Lat quarter economic data support a moderate optimist about recovery in the next future.
Thailand new cars market kept double-digit deceleration in the Q3 2015 hitting the 25th months of decline in a row. Ford scored a great August performance while new Toyota Fortuner jumped on podium.
Thailand Autobook must register the 24th fall in a row with July -12% performance. Hit by economy deceleration, politics scandal, turmoil and baht depreciation the car market collapsed. All data and statistics reported here.
Thai car market fell 17% in June ending a horrible first half hit by negative economic momentum and political conflict that are killing the consumer’s demand in durable goods. New Toyota Hilux landed with a market share above 20%.
Thailand Auto Market collapse still live in Q2 2015 with trend worsening from the Q1 just when a recovery was expected. Toyota reported sharp sales fall mainly due to the replacement of Hilux generation. Honda was up again.
Thai Light Vehicle Sales hit the 21st fall in a row in March while the next quarter is foreseen improved. Toyota market share surged at 37% while Hilux, D-Max and Yaris led the models ranking.
Thailand Vehicle Market faces the light out of the tunnel and in February posted a single-digit decline after a long period of sharp fall. Honda kept the momentum with sales up 42%.