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Thailand January 2015: Honda HR-V in Top 10 again

Honda HR-V Thailand January 2015Runaway success: the Honda HR-V in Thailand.

* See the Top 50 best-selling models and Top 9 brands by clicking on the title *

Sadly, the Thai new car market continues to sink deeper into recession with another harsh 13% year-on-year drop in January to just 59,721 registrations. Toyota remains the most popular manufacturer by far with 33.6% share but Honda now threatens Isuzu for 2nd place at 16.9% vs. 18.8%, thanks to exceptional results by the brand’s all-new small SUV: the HR-V. After reaching an out-of-this world 7th place in December for its 2nd month in market, the HR-V ranks #10 in January with another very strong 1,718 sales and 2.9% share.

Mazda2 Thailand January 2015. Picture courtesy paultan.orgThe Mazda2 is the brand’s best-seller in Thailand this month.

The Toyota Hilux keeps the lead of the models ranking with 16.5% share vs. 15.6% for the Isuzu D-Max, the Honda City climbs back into third place with 5.4%, overtaking the Toyota Yaris (5%) and Vios (4.7%) to reclaim the passenger car crown, the Nissan Navara shoots up to #8 vs. #12 in FY2014 thanks to the new model, the Mitsubishi Attrage is back to #12, the Mazda2 benefits from the new model to reach #13 and become the brand’s best-seller in Thailand and the Nissan X-Trail confirms the success of the new generation at #26.

Previous post: Thailand Full Year 2014: Toyota Hilux leads, Yaris on podium

One year ago: Thailand January 2014: Toyota Yaris nails it, Isuzu MU-X #10

Full January 2015 Top 50 models and Top 9 brands Ranking Tables below.

Thailand January 2015 – brands:


Thailand January 2015 – models:

1Toyota Hilux9,86316.5%11
2Isuzu D-Max9,32715.6%22
3Honda City3,2405.4%45
4Toyota Yaris3,0085.0%133
5Toyota Vios2,8144.7%34
6Toyota Corolla2,2123.7%56
7Mitsubishi Triton2,1573.6%67
8Nissan Navara2,0563.4%1112
9Honda Jazz1,9033.2%911
10Honda HR-V1,7182.9%734
11Ford Ranger1,3982.3%88
12Mitsubishi Attrage1,0671.8%n/a17
14Isuzu MU-X1,0271.7%1510
15Toyota Fortuner8981.5%129
16Suzuki Swift7691.3%n/a14
17Honda Mobilio7511.3%1938
18Mazda BT-507001.2%1615
19Honda CR-V6941.2%2023
20Chevrolet Colorado6611.1%1716
22Honda Civic6551.1%1818
23Nissan Almera6431.1%1013
24Honda Accord5620.9%n/a22
25Mitsubishi Pajero Sport4870.8%n/a26
26Nissan X-Trail4010.7%n/a53
27Honda Brio Amaze3770.6%n/a33
28Ford Ecosport3670.6%n/a27
29Nissan March3540.6%n/a28
30Mitsubishi Mirage3120.5%1419
31Mazda CX-53120.5%n/a29
32Chevrolet Sonic2980.5%n/a31
33Nissan Juke1830.3%n/a20
34Toyota Camry1680.3%n/a24
35Nissan Sylphy1630.3%n/a36
36Subaru XV1430.2%n/a43
37Ford Fiesta1330.2%n/a30
38Tata Xenon1320.2%n/a50
39Chevrolet Captiva1250.2%n/a40
40Honda Freed1200.2%n/a37
41Toyota Avanza1130.2%n/a32
42Nissan Teana1110.2%n/a35
43Suzuki Celerio1040.2%n/a42
44Chevrolet Trailblazer890.1%n/a39
45Chevrolet Spin880.1%n/a49
46Ford Focus800.1%n/a45
47Suzuki Ertiga710.1%n/a47
48Chevrolet Cruze550.1%n/a44
49Honda Brio520.1%n/a41
50Toyota Prius390.1%n/a51

Source: Headlights Mag, many thanks to Austin for the tip.

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