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Indonesia February 2015: Honda HR-V up to world-best #5

Honda HR-V Indonesia February 2015. Picture courtesy caradvice.com.auThe Honda HR-V cracks the Indonesian Top 5 for its 2nd month in market…

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The Indonesian new car market clearly marks a pause in 2015 with February sales down a worrying 21% year-on-year to just 88,738 registrations, pulling the year-to-date total down 14% to 185,456 units. The Toyota Avanza remains master in command of the sales charts by far with 13.7% share, a notch above its level of the past 6 months. Commercial vehicles are less affected by the market slump and as a result rank higher so far in 2015: the Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap is #2 again with a very strong 6.7% vs. #4 in 2014 and the Suzuki Carry Pikap ranks #4 with 4.8% vs. #6 in 2014.

Nissan X-Trail Indonesia February 2015. Picture courtesy autobild.co.idThe new Nissan X-Trail breaks into the Indonesian Top 15 this month.

But the main event in the Indonesian market this month is the supernatural 5th place of the Honda HR-V with a very impressive 3,885 sales and 4.4% share. The is the second launch vastly exceeding industry expectations for Honda, one year after the Mobilio climbed to #2 a couple of months after its introduction here. Further down, notice the Nissan X-Trail up to #14 with 1,669 sales, the Datsun GO+ at #16 with 1,602 units and the Honda CR-V back inside the Top 20 at #17 and 1,399 sales.

Previous month: Indonesia January 2015: Daihatsu Gran Max #2, Honda HR-V in Top 20

One year ago: Indonesia February 2014: Honda Mobilio #3, now a serious threat to Avanza

Full February 2015 Top 20 models Ranking Table below.

Indonesia February 2015 – models:

PosModelFeb-15%Jan2015%PosFY14
1Toyota Avanza12,11313.7%124,52413.2%11
2Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap5,9436.7%212,0936.5%24
3Toyota Agya4,5085.1%59,1744.9%43
4Suzuki Carry Pikap4,2584.8%49,4455.1%36
5Honda HR-V3,8854.4%165,3982.9%9
6Toyota Kijang Innova3,7654.2%67,6714.1%65
7Honda Mobilio3,2503.7%38,7064.7%52
8Daihatsu Xenia3,1633.6%86,3663.4%78
9Daihatsu Ayla2,7933.1%115,5613.0%89
10Mitsubishi T120SS Pikap2,5462.9%134,8972.6%1211
11Suzuki Ertiga2,4022.7%105,3052.9%107
12Mitsubishi L300 Pick-up2,0452.3%124,4612.4%1313
13Toyota Yaris1,6851.9%183,0921.7%1719
14Nissan X-Trail1,6691.9%n/an/an/an/a34
15Honda Jazz1,6641.9%75,0572.7%1114
16Datsun GO+1,6021.8%153,5471.9%1516
17Honda CR-V1,3991.6%n/an/an/an/a28
18Honda Brio Satya1,2621.4%94,3362.3%1412
19Suzuki APV Pick-up1,2511.4%143,4591.9%1615
20Daihatsu Gran Max Minibus1,0871.2%192,4941.3%n/a22
21Toyota Fortuner9891.1%202,1271.1%n/a18

Source: Gaikindo via singindo.com

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