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Indonesia October 2018: Toyota Avanza surges back to YTD lead

Last minute surge: the Toyota Avanza scores its third monthly win of 2018, enough for YTD #1.

The Indonesian new car market gains a splendid 12.4% year-on-year in October to 106.050 wholesales, meaning the year-to-date tally is now up 7.3% to 962.697. Toyota (+21%) posts an outstanding market share at 34.1% vs. 30.5% so far this year, distancing Daihatsu (+24%) also strong at 19.8% vs. 17.5% YTD. Honda (-8%) rounds up the podium at 14.6% ahead of Mitsubishi and Suzuki. Note Mitsubishi Fuso figures are counted separately this month. Just when we thought a shock annual win was secured for the Mitsubishi Xpander, the Toyota Avanza comes from behind to snap only its third monthly victory of the year after last January and June, but its advantage on the Xpander is such (3.950) that the Avanza shoots back up to the YTD top spot for 1.815 units. Nothing is certain anymore and we’ll have to wait until January to know the final winner for 2018. Meanwhile, the Toyota Innova (+18%) and Rush (+310%) join the Avanza on the podium to knock the Xpander down to #4, its lowest ranking in 2018. The Daihatsu Sigra (+17%) outsells its twin the Toyota Calya (-3%) to rank 5th, with twins Toyota Agya (+79%) and Daihatsu Ayla (+30%) also posting very strong scores.

Previous month: Indonesia September 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander on track for annual win

One year ago: Indonesia October 2017: Mitsubishi Xpander lands inside Top 15

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

Indonesia October 2018 – brands:

6Mitsubishi Fuso4,0763.8%644,1554.6%6n/a

Indonesia October 2018 – models:

1Toyota Avanza9,3588.8%-1%267,9407.1%-35%11
2Toyota Kijang Innova7,0856.7%18%448,5875.0%-6%43
3Toyota Rush6,5886.2%310%345,1564.7%137%518
4Mitsubishi Xpander5,4085.1%130%166,1256.9%new224
5Daihatsu Sigra5,3395.0%17%642,7044.4%16%64
6Toyota Calya5,0734.8%-3%553,6335.6%-15%32
7Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap4,7114.4%14%834,6113.6%n/a77
8Daihatsu Terios3,6723.5%n/a1025,1692.6%181%1225
9Honda HR-V3,4183.2%18%929,5113.1%-15%98
10Toyota Agya3,0602.9%79%1324,3672.5%-13%1412
11Daihatsu Xenia2,7542.6%-25%1624,8072.6%-21%139
12Daihatsu Ayla2,6012.5%30%1222,7052.4%-17%1513
13Suzuki Carry Pikap2,5492.4%-20%727,9822.9%n/a105
14Mitsubishi L-300 Pikap2,5272.4%n/a14n/an/an/an/a15
15Suzuki Ertiga2,5132.4%5%1726,9612.8%-8%1111
16Toyota Fortuner1,7861.7%-20%1517,1901.8%-16%1814
17Suzuki APV1,6891.6%n/a2014,9061.5%n/a19n/a
18Honda Mobilio1,2241.2%-47%1121,6262.2%-29%1610
19Mitsubishi Pajero Sport1,0301.0%-32%1817,9251.9%12%1717
20Suzuki Ignis7800.7%n/a1912,9241.3%n/a20n/a

Source: Gaikindo via Otodetik

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