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Another painful result for the Indonesian new car market in June: down 27% year-on-year to just 79.781 registrations, pulling the year-to-date total down 18% to 525.479 units. The Toyota Avanza is stuck at historically low levels at 6.945 sales and 8.7% share vs. 12% year-to-date, with the Low Cost Green Car Toyota Agya now getting dangerously close at 5.474 units and 6.9%. Below the Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap (5.9%), the Honda Mobilio (+3 spots on May) and Toyota Kijang Innova (+1) climb back up the ladder, as does the Honda Brio Satya up a further two ranks to #7 vs. #11 year-to-date. Reversely, the Honda HR-V has well and truly consumed its honeymoon with Indonesian consumers, down to #15 vs. #9 so far in 2015.
Full June 2015 Top 15 models Ranking Table below.