Thai Cars Sales September report

Thai Cars Sales in September 2016 kept the flat trend.

Thai Cars Sales in September 2016 kept the flat trend. The country is now facing new risks for social and political stability after the October 13 dead of King Adulyadej.

Market Outlook

On 13 October, Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej died at the age of 88, after a 70-year reign.

He was seen as a provider of stability in the politically divided country and this void increases the risk of turmoil of the balance of powers under military rule. Manufacturing and exports rebounded strongly in August but the current state of mourning and the downbeat atmosphere are likely to drag on growth.

Meanwhile, domestic vehicles market kept the flat trend in September confirming the stagnating trend after the long and deep fall experienced in the last years.

According to data released by the T.A.I.A, the Thai Automotive Industry Association, in September the vehicles passenger sold had been 63.641, improving 2.7%.

Year to date new vehicles sales grew to 556.636, up only 0.4%.

Competitive Arena

In September Toyota sold 22.110 vehicles (-1.8%) with 34.7% of market share. Isuzu was second with 10.427 units (-2.0%) ahead of Honda with 8.821 (+7.3%), Mitsubishi with 4.441 (+36.9%), Ford with 3.710 (+20.7%).

The best-selling models was the Toyota Hilux with 10.525 (-7.5%) ahead of the Isuzu D-Max with 8.276 sales (-1.4%), the Toyota Yaris with 3.242 (+12.1%), the Toyota Vios with 3.037 (+2.9%), the Ford Ranger with 2.805 (+52.5%) and the Honda City with 2.301 (+10.9%).

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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 report year to date data updated.

Rank SeptRank 2016BrandSales SeptSales 2016Var SeptVar 2016Share SeptShare 2016
11Toyota22.110171.993-1,8%-9,1%34,7%30,9%
22Isuzu10.427104.348-2,0%2,3%16,4%18,7%
33Honda8.82181.4997,3%2,3%13,9%14,6%
44Mitsubishi4.44140.33036,9%15,4%7,0%7,2%
65Mazda3.61631.8006,5%20,6%5,7%5,7%
76Nissan2.67330.832-19,5%-13,6%4,2%5,5%
57Ford3.71028.90320,7%24,2%5,8%5,2%
88Suzuki1.62116.3135,5%3,2%2,5%2,9%
109Chevrolet1.30310.368-26,5%-13,9%2,0%1,9%
910Mercedes1.3859.10147,3%13,5%2,2%1,6%
1311Hino6998.898-15,5%10,9%1,1%1,6%
1212MG7075.95946,7%215,3%1,1%1,1%
1113BMW8285.9115,5%-4,8%1,3%1,1%
1514Subaru3542.69756,6%47,2%0,6%0,5%
1415Hyundai3812.56740,6%-3,8%0,6%0,5%
1716Dongfeng11791262,5%7,8%0,2%0,2%
1617Tata11890522,9%5,1%0,2%0,2%
2218Mitsubishi Fuso34685-50,0%-18,5%0,1%0,1%
1819Volvo90645-38,4%-56,5%0,1%0,1%
2020Lexus56575-30,0%-4,2%0,1%0,1%
1921Kia7548666,7%10,2%0,1%0,1%
2122Scania4434441,9%90,1%0,1%0,1%
2323Proton810033,3%-30,1%
2524Volkswagen281-92,3%-72,4%
2325SsangYong864-11,1%-38,5%
2626Peugeot146-50,0%43,8%
2627Land Rover133-75,0%-38,9%
2528Jaguar231-66,7%-11,4%
2429Ferrari42933,3%81,3%
2530Maxus218-71,4%-71,4%
30Wuling18-100,0%-85,9%
2631Maserati1120,0%-36,8%
2632Daewoo18-57,9%
2633ChangAn17-66,7%-46,2%

Rank SeptRank 2016ModelSales SeptSales 2016Var SeptVar 2016Share SeptShare 2016
12Toyota Hilux10.52584.68514,0%-7,5%17,4%15,3%
21Isuzu D-Max8.27687.929-1,4%5,1%13,7%15,9%
33Toyota Yaris3.24225.34212,1%-3,2%5,4%4,6%
49Toyota Vios3.03716.4012,9%-35,8%5,0%3,0%
55Ford Ranger2.80521.33652,5%33,3%4,6%3,9%
64Honda City2.30121.89110,9%-4,8%3,8%4,0%
710Mitsubishi Triton2.17316.040-1,2%-14,4%3,6%2,9%
87Mazda22.08417.26951,7%51,0%3,4%3,1%
98Honda Civic2.02416.409260,1%211,7%3,3%3,0%
106Toyota Fortuner1.76720.949-62,8%3,2%2,9%3,8%
1112Toyota Corolla1.68012.794-1,2%-21,3%2,8%2,3%
1211Honda Jazz1.61715.208-9,2%1,8%2,7%2,7%
1315Honda HR-V1.32311.421-39,9%-39,7%2,2%2,1%
1418Chevrolet Colorado1.0468.787-27,5%20,5%1,7%1,6%
1513Nissan Navara95212.735-34,8%-2,7%1,6%2,3%
1614Mitsubishi Pajero Sport94412.370296,6%138,1%1,6%2,2%
1716Nissan Almera9238.977-6,6%5,5%1,5%1,6%
1821Mitsubishi Attrage8016.46633,1%-14,3%1,3%1,2%
1924Suzuki Ciaz7276.02369,9%205,1%1,2%1,1%
2028Toyota Commuter6614.6171,1%0,8%
2022Suzuki Swift6616.1438,2%-28,2%1,1%1,1%
2126Ford Everest6495.163-3,4%266,2%1,1%0,9%
2223Isuzu MU-X6436.057-54,7%-34,3%1,1%1,1%
2327Mazda BT-505835.120-22,3%-12,1%1,0%0,9%
2429Toyota Camry5584.280-11,3%-29,4%0,9%0,8%
2530Honda Accord5544.0506,7%-11,2%0,9%0,7%
2625Mitsubishi Mirage5225.298161,0%56,2%0,9%1,0%
2720Honda BR-V4837.9380,8%1,4%
2841Mercedes Trucks4472.072487,0%0,7%0,4%
2933Nissan March3803.15679,2%-6,9%0,6%0,6%
3035Mercedes B Class3783.0740,0%0,0%0,6%0,6%

 

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