Indonesia Auto Industry heavy fell in first half 2015.

Indonesia Auto Industry heavy fell in first half 2015 hit by low consumer's demand in a struggling domestic economy. However, Toyota managed to avoid losing volume keeping over 50% of market share among groups.

Indonesia Auto Industry heavy fell in first half 2015 hit by low consumer’s demand in a struggling domestic economy. However, Toyota managed to avoid losing volume keeping over 50% of market share among groups.

Economic Outlook

Indonesia’s economy lost steam in the first quarter of 2015, expanding at the slowest pace in over five years. Moreover, gloomy economic data continues to emerge, suggesting that growth in the second quarter remained lackluster.

Retail sales decelerated in May and the manufacturing PMI remained entrenched in contraction territory.

Pressure is mounting on President Joko Widodo to revitalize the economy. The President’s approval rating has fallen in recent weeks and rumors of a cabinet reshuffle have emerged. While the government’s highly-touted public spending program is designed to shore up the economy, limited progress has been made on new infrastructure projects due to bureaucratic obstacles and land disputes.

Market Outlook

In June 2015 according to data released by GAIKINDO, the Indonesian Associations of Car Manufacturers, total new Light Passengers Vehicles sold in Indonesia have been 76.661 down 23.8% from the correspondent period last year, posting the 10th year-on-year decline in a string.

The last was the worse year on year performance in the last 5 years and clearly indicator of a suffering market hit by low consumer demand and weak economy.

First half 2015 was heavily negative with sales at 483.290, down 15.7% from 2014, a really disappointing performance, below any observers expectations.

Competitive Arena

While losing 18.6% in June, the market leader Toyota managed to not lose volume in the first half with total sales at 160.628 units, up 4.1%, followed by Daihatsu with 89.090 sales (-6.5%) and Honda with 59.836 (-27.6%). The new Nissan owned rand, Datsun, entered in the top 10 with 9.430 sales and was 9th.

As far as the ranking by groups, the dominator was Toyota with 51.8% of market share in the first half, followed by Suzuki with 13.8% and Honda with 12.4%.

As far as best-selling models ranking, the first half leader was again the old Toyota Avanza despite scoring a sharp lost with 63.056 sales (-33.7%) followed by the Daihatsu Gran Max with 32.510 units (+23.5%). In third the city car Toyota Agya with 29.192 units (-21.1%).

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands, Groups and Models. 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 report year to date data updated.

Rank JunRank H1BrandJun 2015H1 2015Var JunVar H1Share JunShare H1
11Toyota23.727160.628-18,6%4,1%31,0%33,2%
22Daihatsu13.99389.090-12,1%-6,5%18,3%18,4%
34Honda11.37059.836-34,0%-27,6%14,8%12,4%
43Suzuki10.30266.739-17,6%-17,8%13,4%13,8%
55Mitsubishi5.67636.970-52,7%-51,7%7,4%7,6%
66Nissan3.52121.94256,3%7,6%4,6%4,5%
79Ford1.5506.92014,8%43,1%2,0%1,4%
88Isuzu1.5478.826-28,4%-39,1%2,0%1,8%
97Datsun1.0539.430-52,7%176,2%1,4%2,0%
1010Chevrolet8265.49410,1%-6,4%1,1%1,1%
Rank JunRank H1GroupJun 2015H1 2015Var JunVar H1Share JunShare H1
11Toyota37.801250.149-16,2%0,2%49,3%51,8%
23Honda11.37059.836-34,0%-27,6%14,8%12,4%
32Suzuki10.30266.739-17,6%-17,8%13,4%13,8%
44Mitsubishi5.67636.970-52,7%-51,7%7,4%7,6%
55Renault-Nissan4.61031.5932,6%32,0%6,0%6,5%
67Ford1.5506.92014,8%43,1%2,0%1,4%
76Isuzu Motors1.5478.826-28,4%-39,1%2,0%1,8%
88Hyundai-Kia1.3326.86041,6%4,8%1,7%1,4%
99General Motors8265.49410,1%-6,4%1,1%1,1%
1010Mazda8075.263-5,6%3,9%1,1%1,1%
Rank JunRank H1ModelJun 2015H1 2015Jun VarH1 VarShare JunShare H1
11Toyota Avanza6.94563.053-64,3%-33,7%9,1%13,0%
23Toyota Agya5.47429.192-6,4%-21,1%7,1%6,0%
32Daihatsu Gran Max PU4.72432.510-34,3%23,5%6,2%6,7%
46Honda Mobilio4.41220.790-57,0%-54,6%5,8%4,3%
55Toyota Innova4.14623.146-28,7%-28,0%5,4%4,8%
64Suzuki Carry Pick-up3.56324.957-9,1%1,8%4,6%5,2%
710Honda Brio3.31514.88837,5%-35,3%4,3%3,1%
87Daihatsu Xenia3.10919.612-23,1%-16,4%4,1%4,1%
98Daihatsu Ayla2.99917.518-15,2%-25,7%3,9%3,6%
109Suzuki Ertiga2.77515.485-39,1%-38,2%3,6%3,2%
1112Toyota Rush2.53613.5202,2%-13,7%3,3%2,8%
1211Mitsubishi T120-SS Pick up2.10813.9638,6%-4,0%2,7%2,9%
1315Nissan Grand Livina1.7899.90315,0%-5,3%2,3%2,0%
1413Mitsubishi L3001.61711.610-25,1%-17,0%2,1%2,4%
1516Toyota Yaris1.5049.434-38,7%5,3%2,0%2,0%
1645Honda HR-V1.4751.4751,9%0,3%
1721Daihatsu Gran Max MB1.2667.91010,7%27,8%1,7%1,6%
1814Suzuki APV Pick-up1.24210.43615,0%-14,4%1,6%2,2%
1919Suzuki APV1.2348.663146,8%21,4%1,6%1,8%
2026Suzuki Karimun Wagon R1.2005.51816,7%-45,6%1,6%1,1%

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