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Malaysia November 2016: Proton resists best in market down 12.5%

proton-persona-malaysia-november-2016-picture-courtesy-autofreaks-comProton sales are lifted by the new generation Persona. 

* See the Top 45 All-brands ranking by clicking on the title *

The Malaysian new car market continues to struggle: after dropping 14% in October, it is down another 12.5% in November to 49.085 registrations, pulling the year-to-date tally down 14% to 515.293 units. For once, Proton (+2%) is the manufacturer in the Top 6 to resist the best to this adversary environment: it is even the only one registering a year-on-year gain. Market leaders Perodua (-9%) and Honda (-4%) outpace the market but below Proton, Toyota (-33%), Nissan (-18%) and Isuzu (-13%) fare worse. Mercedes (+5%) and most impressively BMW (+22%) fare the best in the Top 10. Further down, Hino (+24%), Subaru (+49%), Mitsubishi Fuso (+19%), Volvo (+48%) and Chevrolet (+28%) shine inside the Top 20.

Previous month: Malaysia October 2016: Perodua, Honda, Proton resist, market at -14%

One year ago: Malaysia November 2015: Discover the Top 80 models (BSCB Exclusive)

Full November 2016 Top 45 All-brands ranking table below.

Malaysia November 2016 – brands:

PosBrandNov-16%/15Oct2016%/15PosFY15
1Perodua15,44831.5%-9%1182,49535.4%-5%11
2Honda8,90318.1%-4%280,36915.6%-4%23
3Proton7,33614.9%2%365,06712.6%-31%32
4Toyota6,39013.0%-33%456,41010.9%-30%44
5Nissan3,0506.2%-18%535,9027.0%-15%55
6Isuzu1,0632.2%-13%611,3382.2%3%77
7Mercedes9561.9%5%810,9492.1%9%810
8BMW9301.9%22%98,0851.6%21%1011
9Mazda8021.6%-36%711,8902.3%-8%66
10Mitsubishi6241.3%-35%108,6711.7%-13%99
11Ford5601.1%-33%117,3011.4%-35%118
12Hino5331.1%24%124,5260.9%2%1414
13Kia3520.7%-17%134,0570.8%-1%1515
14Subaru3460.7%49%153,5350.7%51%1618
15Hyundai-Inokom2470.5%-51%144,7990.9%-15%1313
16Mitsubishi Fuso2100.4%19%172,1110.4%-6%1719
17Volkswagen2020.4%-33%165,8531.1%-2%1212
18Lexus1320.3%-42%241,1670.2%-35%1920
19Volvo1080.2%48%197860.2%47%2527
20Chevrolet1050.2%28%208610.2%-4%2224
21UD Trucks1040.2%24%218920.2%-8%2022
22Peugeot1010.2%-51%181,5440.3%-45%1817
23Audi1010.2%-29%228830.2%-36%2121
24Mini790.2%13%238200.2%19%2325
25Chery790.2%243%254150.1%61%2834
26Daihatsu570.1%-32%268190.2%-8%2423
27Renault450.1%-8%285550.1%41%2731
28Mercedes Trucks400.1%82%351810.0%12%3636
29Porsche340.1%-19%274040.1%-26%2928
30Scania330.1%14%292480.0%-47%3130
31Volvo Trucks310.1%19%303320.1%-1%3033
32CAMC220.0%22%341660.0%-54%3732
33Land Rover160.0%-70%312260.0%-61%3226
34MAN100.0%-55%332060.0%2%3435
35Auman90.0%-36%n/a940.0%-36%3837
36JAC60.0%0%362010.0%44%3538
37Bison50.0%25%700.0%-35%4240
38Tata40.0%n/a395680.1%n/a2648
39Chana40.0%-71%322140.0%-59%3329
40Jaguar30.0%-50%37730.0%-15%4142
41Yutong20.0%n/a260.0%-24%4344
42JBC10.0%-67%41230.0%-57%4443
43BAW10.0%n/a40140.0%-7%4547
44Grand Tiger10.0%-75%42120.0%-43%4646
45Suzuki00.0%-100%870.0%-97%3916

Source: MAA

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