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Indonesia October 2012: Honda CR-V shines in record month

Toyota Avanza

* Now updated with 2012 year-to-date actuals! Many thanks to Eddy for the tip *

* See the Top 20 best-selling models and brands by clicking on the title! *

The Indonesian new car market continues to progress at an incredible pace and breaks its monthly volume record for the 4th time this year after May (95,499), June (101,743) and July (102,512), reaching 106,806 registrations in October… The year-to-date total now stands at 923,128 and will break the historical million milestone for the first time ever in Indonesia in a calendar year as soon as next month.

The Toyota Avanza keeps the lead in October by far, even reaching its strongest market share since last May at 15.9% thanks to 16,983 sales. It is followed by its twin the Daihatsu Xenia at 6,463 units and 6.1% and the Toyota Innova with 6,104 sales and 5.7%. The Suzuki Ertiga continues its fantastic progression, beating its monthly volume and share records again this month at 5,115 units and 4.8% but down to #5 as the Suzuki Carry Pick-up sells 3 units more…

Honda CR-V

The Honda CR-V, now boosted by the new generation available across the entire country, is up from outside the Top 20 in September to a brilliant 8th place this month with 2,882 sales and 2.7% while the Suzuki APV Pick-up also shines at #10 and 2,716 units. Notice also the Honda Brio down 6 spots to #16. Brand-wise, Toyota is king at 33.6% share, followed by Suzuki (thanks to the Ertiga) at 14.7%, Mitsubishi at 14%, Daihatsu at 13.9% and Honda at 8.6%. Year-to-date, Daihatsu is #2, Suzuki #4, Nissan #5 and Geely #18.

Previous month: Indonesia September 2012: Honda Brio in Top 10!

Previous year: Indonesia Full Year 2011: Toyota Avanza still #1 in record market

Full October 2012 and YTD Top 20 models and YTD Top 20 brands Ranking Tables below.

Indonesia October 2012 – models:

PosModelOct%Sep10m 2012%Pos2011
1Toyota Avanza16,98315.9%1157,18917.0%1n/a
2Daihatsu Xenia6,4636.1%261,5326.7%3 –
3Toyota Innova6,1045.7%361,7316.7%2n/a
4Suzuki Carry Pick-up5,1184.8%536,7594.0%5n/a
5Suzuki Ertiga5,1154.8%426,1962.8%9n/a
6Daihatsu Gran Max Pick-up3,1342.9%631,0893.4%61
7Toyota Rush3,0072.8%728,7413.1%73
8Honda CR-V2,8822.7%n/an/an/an/a2
9Mitsubishi T120-SS Pick-up2,7642.6%1421,4092.3%12n/a
10Suzuki APV Pick-up2,7162.5%n/an/an/an/an/a
11Daihatsu Terios2,6912.5%820,0912.2%13n/a
12Nissan Grand Livina2,6602.5%927,6213.0%86
13Mitsubishi L300 Pick-up2,3902.2%1223,0492.5%105
14Toyota Yaris2,1962.1%1322,3972.4%11 –
15Honda Freed2,0071.9%1716,3491.8%17n/a
16Honda Brio1,9151.8%10n/an/an/a9
17Honda Jazz1,8891.8%1618,6322.0%14n/a
18Toyota Fortuner1,7341.6%1817,0171.8%167
19Suzuki APV1,3301.2%2013,2051.4%198
20Daihatsu Gran Max Minibus1,3241.2%n/an/an/an/an/a

Source: oto.detik.com

Indonesia October 2012 – brands:

PosBrandOct%
1Toyota35,85533.6%
2Suzuki15,65514.7%
3Mitsubishi15,00514.0%
4Daihatsu14,88213.9%
5Honda9,1788.6%

Indonesia 10 months 2012 – models:

PosModel10m 2012%
1Toyota Avanza157,18917.0%
2Toyota Innova61,7316.7%
3Daihatsu Xenia61,5326.7%
4Mitsubishi Truck Colt Diesel46,3275.0%
5Suzuki Carry Pick-up36,7594.0%
6Daihatsu Gran Max Pick-up31,0893.4%
7Toyota Rush28,7413.1%
8Nissan Grand Livina27,6213.0%
9Suzuki Ertiga26,1962.8%
10Mitsubishi L300 Pick-up23,0492.5%
11Toyota Yaris22,3972.4%
12Mitsubishi T120-SS Pick-up21,4092.3%
13Daihatsu Terios20,0912.2%
14Honda Jazz18,6322.0%
15Toyota Dyna17,1701.9%
16Toyota Fortuner17,0171.8%
17Honda Freed16,3491.8%
18Isuzu Light Truck15,0871.6%
19Suzuki APV13,2051.4%
20Mitsubishi Pajero Sport12,6351.4%

Source: otomotif.kompas.com, many thanks to Eddy for the tip!

Indonesia 10 months 2012 – brands:

PosBrand2012%
1Toyota333,99136.2%
2Daihatsu135,54614.7%
3Mitsubishi124,46613.5%
4Suzuki103,53711.2%
5Nissan56,6776.1%
6Honda55,5506.0%
7Hino28,8983.1%
8Isuzu28,3593.1%
9Kia10,7831.2%
10Mazda10,0731.1%
11Ford9,9031.1%
12Hyundai4,8790.5%
13Chevrolet4,4240.5%
14Mercedes3,5520.4%
15UD Trucks2,8050.3%
16Proton2,1110.2%
17BMW1,7880.2%
18Geely9200.1%
19Volkswagen8280.1%

Source: otomotif.kompass.com, many thanks to Eddy for the tip!

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