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Indonesia September 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander on track for annual win

The Mitsubishi Xpander is on track to end 12 consecutive years of Toyota Avanza reign.

* See the Top 10 best-selling brands and Top 20 models by clicking on the title *

New car sales in Indonesia leap up 6.2% year-on-year in September to 93.103 units, lifting the year-to-date tally up 6.6% to 856.488 wholesales. Toyota (32%) and Daihatsu (18.4%) shoot higher than their respective YTD level of 30.1% and 17.2% while Mitsubishi (17.4% vs. 17.8%) is slightly below in third place ahead of Honda (11.8%) and Suzuki (9.5%) both frankly underperforming. Below Hino and Isuzu, Chinese local assembler Wuling is weak at 1.2% share vs. 1.4% so far this year. In the models ranking, the Mitsubishi Xpander celebrates one year in market with a 7th win out of the past 8 months at 6.7% share, 125 sales above the leader of the past 12 consecutive years, the Toyota Avanza (-24%). The Toyota Rush (+302%) is up 4-fold on September 2017 thanks to the new generation, lodging a third consecutive podium finish ahead of the Toyota Kijang Innova (+4%) and Calya (-6%). The Toyota Agya (+63%), Honda Mobilio (+30%), Daihatsu Sigra (+22%) and Suzuki Carry Pikap (+21%) also shine in the Top 20.

Previous month: Indonesia August 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander reigns, Toyota Rush up to #3

One year ago: Indonesia September 2017: Toyota Avanza distant #1, market down 6%

Full September 2018 Top 10 brands and Top 20 models below.

Indonesia September 2018 – brands:

Note: The Mitsubishi September figure includes 4.218 Mitsubishi Fuso sales.

PosBrandSep-18%Aug2018%PosFY17
1Toyota29,82132.0%1257,40030.1%11
2Daihatsu17,11018.4%2147,51317.2%33
3Mitsubishi16,15617.4%3152,75817.8%24
4Honda10,96011.8%4117,74213.7%42
5Suzuki8,8809.5%591,07710.6%55
6Hino3,8884.2%627,9333.3%66
7Isuzu2,7623.0%718,4802.2%77
8Wuling1,1611.2%812,3171.4%810
9Datsun4390.5%109,3241.1%99

Indonesia September 2018 – models:

PosModelSep-18%/17Aug2018%/17PosFY17
1Mitsubishi Xpander6,2766.7%new160,7177.1%new124
2Toyota Avanza6,1516.6%-24%258,5826.8%-35%21
3Toyota Rush5,7976.2%302%338,5684.5%137%518
4Toyota Kijang Innova5,1775.6%4%541,5024.8%-6%43
5Toyota Calya4,8195.2%-6%448,5605.7%-15%32
6Daihatsu Sigra4,7295.1%22%637,3654.4%16%64
7Suzuki Carry Pikap3,7024.0%21%825,4333.0%n/a105
8Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap3,5153.8%-1%729,9003.5%n/a87
9Honda HR-V3,2913.5%15%926,0933.0%-15%98
10Daihatsu Terios2,7623.0%n/a1021,4972.5%181%1325
11Honda Mobilio2,6462.8%30%1120,4022.4%-29%1510
12Daihatsu Ayla2,4732.7%-3%1420,1042.3%-17%1613
13Toyota Agya2,4372.6%63%1321,3072.5%-13%1412
14Mitsubishi L-300 Pikap2,2992.5%n/a15n/an/an/an/a15
15Toyota Fortuner2,1542.3%10%2015,4041.8%-16%1814
16Daihatsu Xenia1,9692.1%-37%1722,0532.6%-21%129
17Suzuki Ertiga1,7271.9%-36%1224,4482.9%-8%1111
18Mitsubishi Pajero Sport1,3851.5%-41%1916,8952.0%12%1717
19Suzuki Ignis1,2891.4%n/a1812,1441.4%n/a20n/a
20Suzuki APV1,2501.3%-23%n/a13,2171.5%n/a19n/a

Source: Gaikindo via otodetik.co.id

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