The new Carry Pikap (+101.5%) tilts Suzuki into positive in October.
9/06/2020 update: Now with Top 125 All-models.
The September 2019 article has now been updated with All-brands.
New vehicle sales in Indonesia are back to ghastly drops in October at -9.5% year-on-year to 96.030 wholesales, leading to a year-to-date volume down -11.8% to 849.609. Both Toyota (-14.3%) and Daihatsu (-16.6%) fall faster than the market atop the brands charts, with Honda (-6.4%) limiting its drop and Suzuki (+2.4%) overtaking Mitsubishi (-23.1%) for 4th place overall. Wuling (+82.5%), Fuso (+33.8%) and Datsun (+33.2%) are the best performers in the Top 10 while further down Tata (+396.6%), Dongfeng (+327.5%), Nissan (+187.4%) and Lexus (+120%) shine just as Renault (+1750%) takes advantage of the arrival of the India-made Triber MPV into its Indonesian lineup.
Model-wise, the Toyota Avanza (-5.8%) easily holds onto the top spot while the Honda Brio overtakes the Mitsubishi Xpander (-21.7%) in the year-to-date order to climb to #2 overall. In fact, the Xpander also slides under the Toyota Rush to #4 YTD. The Toyota Calya (+18.9%), Suzuki Carry Pikap (+101.5%) and Mitsubishi Pajero Sport (+32.9%) are the only additional Top 20 nameplates in positive.
Full October 2019 Top 27 All-brands and Top 125 All-models below.