Philippines: Car Market Statistics. October Top 25 brands ranking.

Accordingly with data reported by AVID and CAMPI ( the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines), in October 2013 the light passenger vehicles sold in the Philippines were 19.222, down only a 0.1% from last year breaking a series of 17th year-on-year growth in a string. Year to date sales were 172.884, up 26.5%.

Looking at the best brand performance:

Toyota kept the pace posting 7.422 sales with a share rose at 38.6%, down 0.7 points of share from the outstanding September. Year-to-date sales were 60.792 with a share of 35.2%, down 2.0 points from full year 2012. The Vios was market leader again.

Mitsubishi was again above 20% market share selling 3.930 vehicles. Year-to-date sales were 35.236 with a share of 20.4%, up 1.9 points from last year.

Hyundai in third place sold 1.685 cars with a share of 8.8%, down 0.2 points of share from the previous month. Year-to-date sales were 17.905 with a share of 10.4%, down 0.5 from 2012.

Ford kept the fourth place selling 1.286 vehicles with a share of 6.7%, down 1.0 points from the previous month. Year-to-date sales were 10.877 and a share of 6.3%, up 0.8 points from 2012.

Isuzuin fifth sold 1.122 units with 5.8% of share, up 0.1 points from September. Year to date sales were 9.748 with 5.6% of share, down 0.4 points from last year. Introduced in September, the last generation Isuzu D-MAX continues to build sales momentum as it posted phenomenal results in October, accelerating Isuzu Philippines Corporation’s (IPC) sales tally. The All-New D-MAX’s 179-unit sales in September spiked to 339 units in October, or 160 more, resulting in an 89.4% growth.

Honda was sixth with 921 sales and a share of 4.8%, down 0.5 points from the previous month. Year-to-date sales were 11.457 with a share of 6.6%, up 1.1 points from FY 2012.

In the table below, the Top 20 brands, ranked for last month position:

Rank Oct

Rank Sep

Rank Ytd

Brand

Oct

Ytd 2013

FY 2012

I Half 2013

Sep 2013

Oct 2013

Ytd 2013

1

1

1

Toyota

7.422

60.792

37,2%

33,9%

39,3%

38,6%

35,2%

2

2

2

Mitsubishi

3.930

35.236

18,5%

20,8%

18,8%

20,4%

20,4%

3

3

3

Hyundai

1.685

17.905

10,9%

10,7%

9,0%

8,8%

10,4%

4

4

5

Ford

1.286

10.877

5,5%

6,1%

7,7%

6,7%

6,3%

5

5

6

Isuzu

1.122

9.748

6,0%

5,6%

5,7%

5,8%

5,6%

6

6

4

Honda

921

11.457

5,5%

7,2%

5,3%

4,8%

6,6%

7

7

7

Nissan

612

6.502

3,8%

4,0%

3,4%

3,2%

3,8%

8

10

10

Chevrolet

539

3.978

2,0%

2,3%

1,8%

2,8%

2,3%

9

8

8

Kia

502

4.980

3,8%

2,8%

3,0%

2,6%

2,9%

10

9

9

Suzuki

425

4.089

2,7%

2,3%

2,2%

2,2%

2,4%

11

12

11

Subaru

275

2.373

0,8%

1,4%

1,3%

1,4%

1,4%

12

11

12

Mazda

249

1.861

0,8%

0,9%

1,3%

1,3%

1,1%

13

14

14

BMW

70

531

0,4%

0,3%

0,2%

0,4%

0,3%

14

13

15

Lexus

54

361

0,3%

0,2%

0,3%

0,3%

0,2%

15

17

18

Peugeot

21

180

0,0%

0,1%

0,1%

0,1%

0,1%

16

18

19

Citroen

19

174

0,0%

0,1%

0,1%

0,1%

0,1%

16

19

17

Audi

19

246

0,3%

0,2%

0,1%

0,1%

0,1%

17

16

16

Mercedes

17

319

0,8%

0,2%

0,1%

0,1%

0,2%

18

15

20

Mini

14

140

0,1%

0,1%

0,2%

0,1%

0,1%

19

20

21

Volvo

10

103

0,1%

0,1%

0,0%

0,1%

0,1%

20

22

23

Chrysler

10

87

0,5%

0,1%

0,0%

0,1%

0,1%

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