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Hong Kong (China) March 2020: Tesla, Subaru, Audi, Honda shine in recovering market (-13%)

Subaru sales are up 35% in a market down -13%.

New car sales in Hong Kong continue to recover in March at -13% year-on-year to 2.884 units leading to a year-to-date tally down -23.4% to 7.137. This is a much better hold than both February (-23.7%) and January (-33.2%) as the territory is taking measures to control the spread of COVID-19. Toyota (-37.2%) remains the most popular carmaker here despite a ghastly drop while Tesla (+2694.4%) is up 3 spots on February to #2 overall, faithful to its end-of-quarter backloading of sales. Honda (+2.7%) is actually up year-on-year but down one spot on last month to #2, followed by Mercedes (-7.7%), BMW (-43.1%) and Nissan (-18%). Subaru (+35%) and Audi (+3.2%) also post gains in the remainder of the Top 10. while Porsche (-13.5%) is up one spot to #9.

Previous month: Hong Kong (China) February 2020: Tesla up to #5 in market down -23.7%

One year ago: Hong Kong (China) March 2019: Toyota (+60.2%), Honda (+96.4%) shine in market up 29.8%

Full March 2020 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.

Hong Kong (China) March 2020 – brands:

PosBrandMar-20%/19Feb2020%/19PosFY19
1Toyota70024.3%-37.2%11,94327.2%-33.4%11
2Tesla50317.4%2694.4%56849.6%3500.0%46
3Honda34111.8%2.7%286412.1%-24.2%33
4Mercedes29910.4%-7.7%389512.5%-20.7%22
5BMW1615.6%-43.1%46128.6%-33.9%54
6Nissan1374.8%-18.0%63605.0%-28.3%65
7Audi983.4%3.2%82693.8%-0.4%78
8Subaru812.8%35.0%151181.7%-19.7%1215
9Porsche772.7%-13.5%101952.7%-14.5%811
10Lexus662.3%-57.1%71782.5%-49.7%97
11Kia652.3%-29.3%161311.8%-37.0%109
12Hyundai592.0%25.5%121181.7%11.3%1116
13Land Rover511.8%-17.7%141061.5%-36.5%1514
14Mazda411.4%-39.7%111141.6%-32.5%1412
15Suzuki391.4%18.2%91151.6%43.8%1313
16Mini281.0%-22.2%13811.1%-9.0%1617
17Volvo260.9%-29.7%17711.0%-41.3%1718
18Mitsubishi220.8%46.7%18500.7%35.1%1820
19Jaguar170.6%-37.0%21310.4%-42.6%2021
20Volkswagen120.4%-89.4%20490.7%-81.2%1910
21Lamborghini120.4%9.1%28150.2%-54.5%2423
22Dongfeng100.3%new19290.4%new2139
23Bentley70.2%-72.0%24150.2%-76.9%2324
24Maserati60.2%-84.6%23210.3%-68.2%2222
25Ferrari60.2%200.0%26100.1%-61.5%2626
26McLaren30.1%-62.5% –50.1%-68.8%2728
27Renault20.1%-77.8%22150.2%-11.8%2527
28Peugeot20.1%-33.3% –50.1%-16.7%2835
29Alfa Romeo20.1%n/a2940.1%300.0%3034
30Rolls-Royce10.0%-85.7%2750.1%-70.6%2929
31Smart10.0%-50.0% –40.1%-69.2%3231
32Jeep10.0%n/a3130.0%n/a3333
33Citroen10.0%-80.0%3220.0%-71.4%3425
34Daihatsu10.0%0.0%3320.0%0.0%3537
35Mitsuoka10.0%n/a –10.0%n/a4046
36Aston Martin00.0%-100.0%2540.1%-71.4%3132
37Infiniti00.0%-100.0%3020.0%-97.9%3619
38Chevrolet00.0%n/a –10.0%n/a37 –
39Ford00.0%-100.0% –10.0%-88.9%3830
40Lotus00.0%n/a –10.0%0.0%3936

Source: HKMTA

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