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Indonesia April 2020: Wholesales down -90.6%, retail off -69.9%, Daihatsu Sigra scores first win

The Daihatsu Sigra is the best-selling vehicle in Indonesia for the first time in history.

Our monthly Indonesian coverage now includes All-brands retail volumes and a monthly All-models ranking, upgraded from a Top 20 models.

Indonesia was late to impose COVID-19 lockdowns (if any) and as a result confirmed cases have soared from 1.528 as of March 31 to 10.118 as of 30 April and 20.162 as of May 20, including 973 new cases on May 20 alone which is a new record. As a result, the economic situation in the country is rapidly deteriorating. From April 24 onwards and up until June 8 at least, all passenger travel outside areas with at least one confirmed case is suspended. The ban applies to all types of public and private transportation by air, sea, land, and railway, except for police and military vehicles, ambulances, fire trucks, hearses and logistical transport. With the majority of the local automotive industry idled but car showrooms still open, wholesales are logically more affected this month at -90.6% year-on-year to 7.871 and -27.7% year-to-date to 244.762. Retail sales are off -69.9% to 24.276 for the month and -28.5% so far in 2020 at 243.634.

The Suzuki XL7 breaks into the Indonesian Top 10.

In the wholesales brands ranking, Toyota (-93%), Daihatsu (-91.8%), Honda (-89.8%) and Suzuki (-86.4%) are the only carmakers managing more than 1.000 units for the month, with Peugeot (+144.4%) and Volkswagen (+125%) the only gainers and BMW (-47.3%), Mercedes (-72.5%) and Lexus (-73.6%) standing out with slimmer drops. Retail-wise, in a market 3 times larger than wholesales, Toyota (-68.3%) and Daihatsu (-61%) resist better and cement their domination at 34.8% and 21.3% share respectively vs. 30.4% and 17.9% YTD, that’s a combined 56.1% share vs. 48.3% YTD and 43% of April wholesales. Mitsubishi (-74.4%) leaps to #3 above Suzuki (-66.9%) and Honda (-81.9%). Mercedes (-19.3%), Dongfeng (-30.3%) and to a lesser extent Isuzu (-58%) also resist in the remainder of the Top 12.

The Daihatsu Sigra is particularly successful with taxi companies.

The models ranking is completely reshuffled due to the low volumes and crowns the Daihatsu Sigra (-92.4%) for the very first time, after a peak at #2 year ago in April 2019. It may also be the first time a Daihatsu is the best-selling vehicle in Indonesia. According to BSCB records, the only non-Toyota to top the monthly Indonesian rankings in the past 15 years was the Mitsubishi Xpander, #1 seven times between February and September 2018. Note the Sigra twin, the Toyota Calya, topped the Indonesian charts 3 times between August and October 2016. The Toyota Kijang Innova (-90.2%) leaps up 5 spots on March to #2 while the Mitsubishi Xpander (-89.4%) is up two to #3, the Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap (-87.4%) remains at #4 and the Suzuki APV Minibus soars 22 ranks to #5, meaning the Toyota Avanza (-97%), Indonesian leader for the past 14 years without interruption, is knocked out of the Top 5 to #6 for the 2nd time in the past year after June 2019. Launched in February, the Suzuki XL7 is up 10 spots on March to break into the Indonesian Top 10 for the first time at #8. The Isuzu Traga (#12), Mitsubishi Triton (#13), Toyota Alphard (#17) and Suzuki Jimny (#19) also make their appearance in the Top 20.

Previous month: Indonesia March 2020: Wholesales down -15%, retail down -33.7%, Honda (+48.2%) survives

One year ago: Indonesia April 2019: Toyota (+0.2%), Nissan (+81.9%) defy market down -17.8%

Full April 2020 Top 30 All-brands (separate wholesales and retail charts) and Top 110 All-models (wholesales) below.

Indonesia April 2020 – brands (wholesales):

PosBrandApr-20%/19Mar2020%/19PosFY19
1Toyota2,05626.1%-93.0%177,41931.6%-27.4%11
2Daihatsu1,33016.9%-91.8%249,44320.2%-26.0%22
3Honda1,18315.0%-89.8%337,40115.3%-7.6%33
4Suzuki1,04213.2%-86.4%525,25210.3%-17.3%55
5Mitsubishi80810.3%-89.7%425,38010.4%-41.5%44
6Hino3394.3%-84.6%84,9762.0%-51.9%87
7Isuzu3354.3%-81.6%76,0352.5%-22.4%78
8Fuso3053.9%-86.4%69,2903.8%-32.6%66
9BMW781.0%-47.3%127010.3%0.4%1415
10Nissan580.7%-93.6%92,0880.9%-56.5%910
11Mercedes570.7%-72.5%119610.4%133.3%1214
12Mazda430.5%-90.1%139850.4%-42.9%1112
13Lexus370.5%-73.6%143510.1%-26.7%1518
14Wuling290.4%-98.1%101,7770.7%-58.5%109
15UD Trucks270.3%-88.2%171970.1%-77.8%2016
16Dongfeng250.3%-91.9%156730.3%-8.8%1313
17Peugeot220.3%144.4%211050.0%228.1%2426
18Hyundai210.3%-86.6%232540.1%-40.9%1919
19Kia190.2%n/a162740.1%n/a18 –
20FAW170.2%-43.3%191250.1%73.6%2324
21Scania120.2%-72.1%26760.0%-60.2%2922
22Volkswagen90.1%125.0%182940.1%281.8%1723
23Mini80.1%-84.0%201250.1%-28.6%2221
24Chevrolet40.1%-97.4%22540.0%-91.8%2517
25Audi40.1%0.0%2990.0%-25.0%2727
26Renault20.0%-75.0%25480.0%242.9%2625
27Tata10.0%-97.6%271630.1%-42.0%2120
28Datsun00.0%-100.0%243000.1%-87.8%1611
29MAN00.0%-100.0%2840.0%-76.5%2828

Indonesia April 2020 – brands (retail):

PosBrandApr-20%/19Mar2020%/19PosFY19
1Toyota8,44334.8%-68.3%175,04230.4%-26.9%11
2Daihatsu5,16021.3%-61.0%244,34617.9%-27.5%22
3Mitsubishi2,70311.1%-74.4%524,77610.1%-44.5%54
4Suzuki2,70011.1%-66.9%428,12511.6%-11.3%45
5Honda1,8557.6%-81.9%337,03316.0%-26.6%33
6Fuso1,1194.6%-64.1%69,6273.9%-28.3%66
7Isuzu7563.1%-58.0%76,0112.4%-21.4%78
8Hino4812.0%-77.1%85,3632.2%-49.1%87
9Wuling2631.1%-82.2%94,1521.8%-23.4%99
10Nissan1650.7%-82.9%102,4131.0%-33.9%1010
11Mercedes1300.5%-19.3%111,0350.4%55.2%1214
12Dongfeng1010.4%-30.3%121,0570.4%121.6%1113
13Kia610.3%n/a182040.1%n/a20 –
14BMW550.2%-62.8%156210.3%-11.0%1515
15Mazda530.2%-85.4%139330.4%-44.8%1312
16Lexus430.2%-65.0%163140.1%-18.9%1718
17UD Trucks330.1%-81.5%174040.2%-51.3%1616
18Hyundai330.1%-67.0%222950.1%-27.7%1819
19Datsun260.1%-96.9%147510.3%-73.1%1411
20Peugeot220.1%144.4%241050.0%228.1%2526
21Mini200.1%-60.0%201650.1%-5.7%2221
22FAW170.1%-43.3%231250.0%73.6%2424
23Scania120.0%-72.1%27760.0%-60.2%2622
24Volkswagen90.0%125.0%212940.1%281.8%1923
25Tata60.0%-85.4%251660.1%-46.8%2120
26Chevrolet40.0%-96.9%191430.1%-81.5%2317
27Audi40.0%0.0%2990.0%-25.0%2827
28Renault20.0%-75.0%26480.0%-2.0%2725
29MAN00.0%-100.0%2840.0%-76.5%2928

Indonesia April 2020 – models (wholesales):

PosModelApr-20%/19Mar2020%/19PosFY19
1Daihatsu Sigra4796.1%-92.4%313,9465.7%-30.2%38
2Toyota Kijang Innova4555.8%-90.2%713,1585.4%-31.6%56
3Mitsubishi Xpander3804.8%-89.4%513,7955.6%-39.8%43
4Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap3274.2%-87.4%412,8785.3%6.2%69
5Suzuki APV Minibus2933.7%n/a271,4640.6%n/a2732
6Toyota Avanza2773.5%-97.0%121,0458.6%-27.2%11
7Honda Brio2773.5%-93.7%217,3527.1%-18.6%22
8Suzuki XL72673.4%new184,2521.7%new19 –
9Toyota Fortuner2523.2%-84.2%154,7521.9%-20.8%1618
10Toyota Agya2503.2%-89.0%135,7522.4%-26.7%1411
11Toyota Rush2182.8%-96.0%612,3155.0%-40.7%74
12Isuzu Traga1962.5%n/a282,0380.8%n/a2529
13Mitsubishi L200 Triton1962.5%n/a231,9790.8%104.7%2627
14Daihatsu Terios1922.4%-85.1%96,0992.5%-16.2%1213
15Suzuki Carry Pikap1822.3%-94.1%1012,1525.0%-3.6%87
16Daihatsu Ayla1481.9%-94.4%117,1232.9%-26.1%1114
17Toyota Alphard1361.7%n/a269330.4%n/a3433
18Mitsubishi L-300 Pikap1351.7%-92.3%175,7442.3%-33.5%1510
19Suzuki Jimny1331.7%n/a443640.1%n/a4363
20Toyota Yaris1021.3%n/a242,3140.9%n/a2428
21Suzuki Ignis981.2%n/a458560.3%#DIV/0!3531
22Daihatsu Xenia961.2%-92.3%145,9272.4%-46.7%1316
23Honda HR-V941.2%-95.7%127,4733.1%48.2%1015
24Honda Jazz911.2%-92.7%193,1761.3%-30.1%2221
25Toyota Hilux871.1%n/a251,4640.6%n/a2826
26Mitsubishi Pajero Sport831.1%-94.1%213,6121.5%-45.9%2017
27Daihatsu Grand Max Minibus801.0%n/a203,6001.5%n/a2119
28Honda Mobilio781.0%-96.6%164,3841.8%-25.1%1820
29Toyota Calya620.8%-98.2%812,0924.9%-12.1%95
30Honda BR-V620.8%n/a291,0950.4%n/a3235
31Nissan Terra480.6%n/a366140.3%n/a3951
32Honda CR-V390.5%n/a222,4741.0%n/a2322
33Suzuki Ertiga380.5%-98.5%404,6321.9%-45.0%1712
34Honda Civic370.5%n/a375730.2%n/a4043
35Lexus RX350.4%n/a422230.1%n/a5156
36Toyota Voxy330.4%n/a301,0850.4%n/a3338
37Toyota Hiace330.4%n/a328180.3%n/a3637
38BMW 3 Series270.3%n/a522210.1%n/a5260
39Toyota Camry230.3%n/a394850.2%n/a4148
40Isuzu Panther Pickup230.3%n/a551900.1%n/a5564
41BMW X5230.3%n/a701200.0%n/a6784
42Mercedes GLC220.3%n/a651350.1%n/a63118
43Dongfeng Mini Truck200.3%n/a504650.2%n/a4242
44Isuzu Panther200.3%n/a542030.1%n/a5458
45Toyota Corolla200.3%n/a641410.1%n/a6174
46Wuling Cortez170.2%n/a803320.1%n/a4439
47Suzuki Baleno160.2%n/a331,1890.5%-5.5%3030
48Toyota Vios160.2%n/a581070.0%n/a7069
49Mercedes CLA160.2%n/a –160.0%n/a110142
50Kia Seltos150.2%n/a482280.1%n/a50 –
51Mazda2140.2%n/a601810.1%n/a5650
52Toyota Sienta140.2%n/a471780.1%n/a5753
53Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross140.2%n/a661170.0%n/a6866
54Peugeot 3008130.2%n/a94470.0%n/a94111
55BMW X1120.2%n/a461400.1%n/a6259
56Hyundai Starex100.1%n/a –320.0%n/a100101
57Peugeot 500890.1%n/a78580.0%n/a86120
58Mercedes G-Class90.1%n/a –90.0%n/a126147
59Nissan Livina80.1%n/a351,1960.5%n/a2925
60Daihatsu Luxio80.1%n/a346550.3%n/a3836
61Suzuki SX4 S-Cross80.1%n/a512820.1%n/a4652
62Toyota Vellfire80.1%n/a431340.1%n/a6471
63BMW 5 Series80.1%n/a73510.0%n/a9277
64Honda Accord70.1%n/a53870.0%n/a7582
65Toyota C-HR70.1%n/a71750.0%n/a8175
66Wuling Confero S60.1%n/a311,1800.5%n/a3124
67Mazda CX-560.1%n/a593000.1%n/a4547
68Wuling Almaz60.1%n/a771640.1%n/a5823
69Hyundai H-160.1%n/a83760.0%n/a7979
70Mazda360.1%n/a85530.0%n/a8968
71VW Tiguan50.1%n/a672480.1%n/a4997
72Dongfeng Glory 58050.1%n/a612080.1%n/a5345
73Mazda CX-950.1%n/a –810.0%n/a7767
74Toyota Land Cruiser 20050.1%n/a68810.0%n/a7883
75Honda City50.1%n/a86730.0%n/a8273
76Mini Cooper50.1%n/a96400.0%n/a9780
77Mazda CX-340.1%n/a631490.1%n/a6062
78Mazda CX-3040.1%n/a621310.1%n/a65 –
79Honda Odyssey40.1%n/a88520.0%n/a9090
80VW Polo40.1%n/a90460.0%n/a9596
81BMW X740.1%n/a121110.0%n/a120133
82Kia K270030.0%n/a118190.0%n/a109 –
83Hyundai H-100 Plkap30.0%n/a109140.0%n/a111115
84Mazda630.0%n/a114130.0%n/a11289
85Chevrolet Trailblazer30.0%n/a13040.0%n/a13685
86Mercedes E-Class20.0%n/a571110.0%n/a6994
87Mini Countryman20.0%n/a87640.0%n/a8387
88Isuzu D-Max20.0%n/a84540.0%n/a8776
89Mercedes GLE20.0%n/a93540.0%n/a88139
90Mercedes A-Class20.0%n/a72520.0%n/a91121
91BMW 7 Series20.0%n/a82470.0%n/a93103
92Renault Triber20.0%n/a99110.0%n/a124 –
93Audi Q320.0%n/a13330.0%n/a137167
94Audi Q720.0%n/a –20.0%n/a147150
95Mercedes C-Class10.0%n/a491270.1%n/a66107
96Nissan X-Trail10.0%n/a69950.0%n/a7361
97Mazda CX-810.0%n/a79750.0%n/a80117
98Hyundai Santa Fe10.0%n/a100630.0%n/a8472
99Lexus ES10.0%n/a76630.0%n/a8598
100Mercedes GLS10.0%n/a101330.0%n/a99157
101Lexus NX10.0%n/a89300.0%n/a10293
102Mini Clubman10.0%n/a91210.0%n/a108119
103Mercedes GLC Coupe10.0%n/a108130.0%n/a114152
104Toyota 8610.0%n/a102130.0%n/a116113
105Hyundai Kona10.0%n/a120110.0%n/a121104
106Mercedes Vito10.0%n/a115110.0%n/a123140
107BMW Z410.0%n/a10580.0%n/a127132
108Kia Picanto10.0%n/a11680.0%n/a128175
109Chevrolet Spark10.0%n/a12670.0%n/a130105
110BMW 2 Series10.0%n/a11250.0%n/a133124

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