Indonesia best selling cars 2015

Indonesia best selling cars

Indonesia best selling cars 2015 ranking  was again a land of Toyota Avanza, leader with a huge gap over all the followers. The market is declining again hit by persistent economic recession.

According to data released by the GAIKINDO, the Indonesian Associations of Car Manufacturers, in the full year 2015 the total new Vehicles sold in Indonesia (cars, LCVs, HCVs and Bus) have been 1.031.430 down 13.7% from the previous year.

The best selling cars ranking was dominated again by MPVs models with the Toyota Avanza confirming the leadership with 133.153 sales (-17.8%), almost the double than the second, the Daihatsu Grand Max PU with 58.121 units (+1.7%) and the Toyota Agya with 56.583 (-15.5%).

In fourth place the Honda Mobilio with 48.927 sales (-38.3%), followed by the Suzuki Carry Pick up with 48.666 (-2.0%), the Toyota Innova with 45.411 (-19.1%) and the Daihatsu Ayla with 36.468 (-10.6%).

In 8th place the new Honda HR-V with 36.425, best new entrance of the year, ahead of the Daihatsu Xenia with 33.057 (-29.2%) and in 10th place the Suzuki Ertiga with 32.871 (-30.1%).

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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 always have the year to date data updated.

2015 Rank2014 RankModel2015 Sales2015 Var%
11Toyota Avanza133.153-17,8%
24Daihatsu Gran Max PU58.1211,7%
33Toyota Agya56.683-15,5%
42Honda Mobilio48.927-38,3%
56Suzuki Carry Pick Up48.666-2,0%
65Toyota Innova45.411-19,1%
79Daihatsu Ayla36.468-10,6%
8Honda HR-V36.425
98Daihatsu Xenia33.057-29,2%
107Suzuki Ertiga32.871-30,1%
1110Honda Brio31.672-18,3%
1212Mitsubishi T120-SS Pick up27.584-6,1%
1311Toyota Rush26.422-10,8%
1413Mitsubishi L30023.528-10,9%
1516Datsun GO+21.9106,8%
1619Toyota Yaris18.1732,2%
1715Honda Jazz16.849-24,5%
1814Suzuki APV Pick-up16.785-25,7%
1923Daihatsu Gran Max MB16.50116,8%
2025Toyota Hilux14.73144,5%
2117Daihatsu Terios13.485-28,2%
2220Suzuki Karimun Wagon R13.098-18,7%
2318Toyota Fortuner12.524-32,2%
2433Nissan X-Trail10.048144,3%
2524Mitsubishi Pajero Sport9.845-17,0%
2627Honda CR-V9.79614,6%
2722Suzuki APV9.037-40,9%
2826Toyota Etios8.056-19,8%
2921Nissan Grand Livina7.698-51,0%
3034Nissan March6.49362,8%
3131Mitsubishi Mirage5.92925,0%
3263Toyota Limo Taxi4.862
3329Honda Freed4.503-30,9%
3432Daihatsu Luxio4.124-4,2%
3528Chevrolet Spin3.913-47,7%
3639Daihatsu Sirion3.8838,3%
3838Mazda CX-53.470-5,2%
3930Ford Ecosport3.179-43,3%
4040Ford Fiesta3.107-13,1%
4136Mitsubishi Outlander2.830-27,2%
4235Kia Rio2.590-34,8%
4348Honda City2.56829,5%
4442Suzuki Splash2.547-15,4%
4537Isuzu D-Max2.414-37,3%
4641Kia Picanto2.073-38,6%
4747Ford Ranger1.834-9,5%
4843Isuzu Panther1.811-39,5%
4951Mitsubishi L2001.711-4,5%
5049Toyota Corolla1.678-10,5%