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Thailand 7 months 2013: Discover the Top 50 best-selling models!

Mitsubishi Attrage Thailand July 2013The Mitsubishi Attrage sells 2,806 units for its first month in Thailand.

* See the Top 50 best-selling models and Top 25 brands by clicking on the title! *

Thanks to Falkonz I can share with you much more detail about the Thai new car market today: a Top 50 models ranking over the first 7 months of 2013. Overall, new car sales in Thailand are up 14% year-on-year to 839,046 registrations, at this stage still on track for another record year however it will be hard to match the frenzy of the last months of 2012 to finish 2013 above 1.436 million units. The Toyota Hilux is the most popular vehicle in the country over the period with 128,103 sales and 15.3% share, above the Isuzu D-Max at 118,665 units and 14.1%.

The Honda City confirms it is now the best-selling passenger car for now, staying above the Toyota Vios thanks to 61,819 sales and 7.4% vs. 57,234 and 6.8%. This may change once the new generation Vios is in full gear. The Toyota Corolla, now in runout mode, is up 2 spots compared to the 5 months ranking to 5th place at 28,084 units and 3.3%, passing the Nissan Almera and Mitsubishi Triton. The Suzuki Swift jumps inside the Top 10 at #9, the Ford Ranger is up 4 ranks to #15 while the Mitsubishi Attrage makes its first appearance in the ranking at #36 with 2,806 sales (all in July). We saw in the August report that the Attrage should climb up the ranking very fast in the coming months.

Previous post: Thailand August 2013: Mitsubishi Attrage off to a great start

Last detailed update: Thailand 5 months 2013: Discover the Top 35 best-selling models!

One year ago: Thailand Pick-ups July 2012: Toyota Hilux and Chevrolet Colorado shine

Full 7 months 2013 Top 50 models and Top 25 brands Ranking Tables below.

Thailand 7 months 2013 – brands:

PosBrand7m 2013%5m
1Toyota271,04232.3%1
2Honda147,49717.6%2
3Isuzu135,13716.1%3
4Mitsubishi65,5087.8%4
5Nissan60,7727.2%5
6Chevrolet35,0774.2%6
7Mazda33,7784.0%7
8Ford31,1503.7%8
9Suzuki26,5653.2%9
10Hino12,0241.4%10
11Mercedes4,6530.6%12
12BMW/Mini4,5930.5%11
13Hyundai2,2600.3%13
14Tata2,0010.2%14
15Subaru1,2980.2%17
16DongFeng1,2460.1%16
17Volvo9870.1%15
18Kia6110.1%19
19Proton4770.1%20
20Lexus4400.1%n/a
21Volkswagen3550.0%21
22Wuling2390.0%22
23SsangYong1290.0%n/a
24Peugeot1230.0%23
25Man1230.0%n/a

Thailand 7 months 2013 – models:

PosModel7m 2013%5m2012
1Toyota Hilux128,10315.3%11
2Isuzu D-Max118,66514.1%22
3Honda City61,8197.4%34
4Toyota Vios57,2346.8%43
5Toyota Corolla28,0843.3%77
6Nissan Almera26,3613.1%56
7Mitsubishi Triton26,2203.1%65
8Mitsubishi Mirage24,1932.9%810
9Suzuki Swift21,4882.6%11n/a
10Honda Jazz18,5592.2%1012
11Toyota Fortuner18,4712.2%129
12Honda Civic17,5572.1%915
13Honda Amaze17,0842.0%13n/a
14Mazda BT-5015,9791.9%1613
15Ford Ranger15,4231.8%1920
16Honda CR-V15,1321.8%14n/a
17Mazda215,0471.8%1517
18Chevrolet Colorado14,8611.8%178
19Nissan March12,7861.5%1811
20Nissan Navara12,4141.5%20n/a
21Ford Fiesta11,3971.4%2118
22Mitsubishi Pajero Sport10,3751.2%2214
23Toyota Camry9,7611.2%2319
24Toyota Yaris8,9041.1%n/an/a
25Honda Accord8,5151.0%25n/a
26Chevrolet Sonic7,9891.0%24n/a
27Toyota Avanza/Innova7,2530.9%38n/a
28Nissan Sylphy6,2920.7%26n/a
29Honda Freed/Odyssey/Stepwgn5,5190.7%39n/a
30Chevrolet Trailblazer4,4070.5%27n/a
31Suzuki Carry Pro4,2360.5%40n/a
32Chevrolet Captiva4,1390.5%28n/a
33Ford Focus3,7480.4%29n/a
34Honda Brio3,2230.4%n/a16
35Chevrolet Cruze3,2160.4%30n/a
36Mitsubishi Attrage2,8060.3% – –
37Mazda32,7420.3%31n/a
38Tata Xenon2,0000.2%n/an/a
39Toyota Prius1,9310.2%n/an/a
40Nissan Teana1,5800.2%32n/a
41Isuzu MU-71,2740.2%n/an/a
42Subaru XV1,2240.1%n/an/a
43Nissan Pulsar1,0300.1%n/a –
44Mitsubishi Lancer EX7280.1%n/a
45Suzuki APV/Ertiga4920.1%n/an/a
46Proton Exora3670.0%n/an/a
47Suzuki SX43280.0%n/an/a
48Ford Everest2990.0%n/an/a
49Chevrolet Aveo2860.0%36n/a

Source: Formula magazine, many thanks to falconz for sharing the data!

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