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Thailand April 2020: Toyota up to 36.7% share, Hilux back to #1 in market down -65%

The Toyota Hilux is the #1 vehicle in Thailand for the first time this year.

24/07 update: Now with Top 62 All-models.

Thailand has by and large squashed the coronavirus for now, with just 3.037 confirmed cases as of May 20 vs. 2.931 when we published the March update on April 28. To achieve this figure, the country had to implement strict curfews from early April on, and the new car market logically suffered at -65% year-on-year to 30.109 units, pulling the year-to-date tally down -34.2% to 230.173.

Toyota (-58.9%) improves to a whopping 36.7% share vs. 29.2% so far this year with Isuzu (-55.4%) at 22.8% vs. 21.4%, meaning these two manufacturers account for almost 60% of the entire Thai market in April. The Top 5 brands are unchanged on March, with Honda (-76.6%), Mitsubishi (-69.7%), Nissan (-62.2%) and Ford (-73.1%) in tow but freefalling. MG (-48.2%) once again breaks its market share record at 3.8% with Lexus (-22.5%), Suzuki (-46.1%) and Kia (-52.7%) among the best performers further down. The Toyota Hilux (-52.2%) is back above the Isuzu D-Max (-55%) in the models ranking for the first time this year, with the Honda City (-65.4%), Ford Ranger (-73.7%) and Mitsubishi Triton (-62.5%) cloturing the Top 5.

Previous month: Thailand March 2020: Isuzu D-Max 3peats at #1 in market down -41.7%

One year ago: Thailand April 2019: Isuzu D-Max reclaims top spot, Mazda2 up 60.3% to #3 in market up 8.7%

Full April 2020 Top 25 All-brands and Top 62 All-models below.

Thailand April 2020 – brands:

PosBrandApr-20%/19Mar2020%/19PosFY19
1Toyota11,05336.7%-58.9%167,10629.2%-40.6%11
2Isuzu6,86522.8%-55.4%249,26321.4%-18.3%22
3Honda2,6488.8%-76.6%331,32613.6%-24.2%33
4Mitsubishi2,0196.7%-69.7%418,9938.3%-38.1%44
5Nissan1,8046.0%-62.2%515,3086.7%-35.5%55
6Ford1,2074.0%-73.1%78,4163.7%-55.3%77
7MG1,1563.8%-48.2%87,2853.2%-13.4%98
8Suzuki1,1143.7%-46.1%107,6433.3%-1.2%89
9Mazda1,0123.4%-83.4%611,1644.9%-50.8%66
10Hino5241.7%-35.2%112,6021.1%-29.0%1113
11Chevrolet4761.6%-62.1%94,3141.9%-24.3%1010
12Kia610.2%-52.7%163570.2%-36.3%1617
13Hyundai580.2%-89.7%148420.4%-57.3%1414
14Lexus310.1%-22.5%181390.1%-10.3%1920
15Porsche290.1%-67.4%172170.1%-26.9%1818
16Subaru270.1%-91.2%154770.2%-45.5%1515
17Tata90.0%-82.0%211080.0%-45.5%2019
18Peugeot70.0%n/a20940.0%n/a2123
19Ssangyong40.0%-66.7%22230.0%-34.3%2222
20JAC40.0%n/a23120.0%500.0%2326
21Proton10.0%n/a –20.0%-71.4%2527
22Mercedesn/an/an/a132,1911.0%-54.2%1211
23BMWn/an/an/a121,9480.8%-47.8%1312
24Volvon/an/an/a193360.1%-58.9%1716

Thailand April 2020 – models:

PosModelApr-20%/19Mar2020%/19PosFY19
1Toyota Hilux6,26620.8%-52.2%235,67915.5%-34.8%21
2Isuzu D-Max5,94519.7%-55.0%143,80219.0%-15.9%12
3Honda City1,0203.4%-65.4%313,2345.7%18.0%37
4Ford Ranger9943.3%-73.7%76,8973.0%-57.4%83
5Mitsubishi Triton9773.2%-62.5%48,1863.6%-35.8%46
6Toyota Yaris9633.2%-71.3%67,4023.2%-47.6%65
7Toyota Yaris Ativ8852.9%-71.8%105,2972.3%-57.8%108
8Toyota Fortuner7532.5%-59.3%164,0731.8%-57.4%1510
9Nissan Almera6642.2%-41.4%146,9013.0%11.7%714
10Nissan Navara6512.2%-68.2%134,9142.1%-44.0%1112
11MG ZS6132.0%-53.6%153,0091.3%-36.6%1817
12Honda Civic6082.0%-77.8%86,4562.8%-37.6%99
13Suzuki Swift5441.8%-58.4%202,7761.2%-36.8%1922
14Mazda24451.5%-90.0%57,1783.1%-57.6%54
15Toyota Corolla4341.4%-42.3%174,2491.8%-12.4%1413
16Honda Jazz4301.4%-83.2%114,6842.0%-43.5%1211
17Toyota Majesty4131.4%new301,6690.7%new3347
18Mitsubishi Xpander3701.2%-73.4%124,4261.9%-23.8%1315
19Mazda CX-303461.1%new267870.3%new45 –
20Isuzu MU-X3221.1%-68.2%212,0850.9%-44.9%2225
21Mitsubishi Attrage2901.0%-70.9%242,0100.9%-53.4%2319
22Chevrolet Captiva2660.9%new92,2811.0%new2064
23Toyota C-HR2650.9%-78.4%291,6190.7%-64.0%2820
24Nissan Note2580.9%-63.4%221,8060.8%-49.2%2426
25Mitsubishi Pajero Sport2190.7%-77.7%182,8451.2%-40.1%1618
26Honda HR-V2110.7%-85.0%192,7711.2%-43.0%1716
27Ford Everest2110.7%-69.6%281,5090.7%-40.6%3032
28MG HS1920.6%new231,9650.9%new2145
29MG 31870.6%-74.1%311,6250.7%-46.7%2531
30Suzuki Ertiga1850.6%22.5%251,4530.6%78.1%3240
31Suzuki Celerio1750.6%84.2%351,1890.5%189.3%3554
32Chevrolet Colorado1650.5%-81.8%331,4440.6%-67.4%3123
33Mitsubishi Mirage1630.5%-76.4%341,5260.7%-49.4%2727
34Toyota Vios1550.5%-84.2%321,3780.6%-52.0%3428
35Honda CR-V1510.5%-85.0%271,5470.7%-62.1%2624
36Nissan March1250.4%-74.0%369570.4%-68.3%3829
37MG Extender1220.4%new425780.3%new4465
38Toyota Sienta740.2%-78.4%389170.4%-37.8%3737
39Mazda3680.2%-84.2%401,0130.4%-23.1%3634
40Suzuki Ciaz680.2%-79.3%441,3710.6%0.2%2939
41Kia Grand Carnival610.2%-52.0%473390.1%-36.6%5048
42Mazda CX-5590.2%-86.1%464350.2%-69.9%4642
43Honda BR-V570.2%-81.4%378200.4%-34.5%3936
44Hyundai H-1550.2%-89.6%417950.3%-57.6%4035
45Chevrolet Trailblazer450.1%-87.1%395890.3%-53.5%4341
46Mazda CX-8330.1%new456080.3%new4258
47Mazda CX-3310.1%-88.4%483530.2%-57.0%4744
48Mazda BT-50300.1%-94.3%436970.3%-68.0%4133
49Nissan Terra250.1%-71.9%493140.1%-52.0%4846
50Subaru Forester200.1%-87.3%503000.1%-34.9%4943
51Honda Mobilio180.1%-88.2%512040.1%-59.0%5249
52Nissan Sylphy180.1%-83.0%54540.0%-88.9%5752
53MG 5160.1%-75.0%61320.0%-86.5%6061
54Nissan X-Trail120.0%-89.7%552210.1%-63.1%5151
55Toyota Avanza110.0%450.0%521120.0%148.9%5467
56Tata Xenon80.0%-81.0%57840.0%-46.8%5566
57Subaru XV70.0%-95.1%531440.1%-63.2%5350
58Peugeot 300840.0%new56590.0%new5670
59Ssangyong Rodius40.0%new60190.0%new6175
60MG V8030.0%new58320.0%new5977
61Peugeot 500830.0%new59350.0%new5873
62Honda Brio Amaze10.0%-98.1%62100.0%-92.8%6259

Source: Manufacturers

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