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Singapore June 2020: Honda reclaims YTD lead in market down -87.2%

Honda is the best-selling brand in Singapore both in June and YTD.

After grinding to an almost complete halt in May (-99.2%), new car sales in Singapore are slowly stirring back to life in June with another devastating  -82.7% year-on-year loss to 1.064 units vs. 6.158 in June 2019. The year-to-date tally now stands at 16.493 units, down -58.6% on the First Half 2019. Even though it falls faster than the market, Honda (-86.4%) manages to reclaim the market lead both in June with 19.8% share and year-to-date at 17.3%, displacing Toyota (-84.1%) for just 8 units. BMW (-70.8%) slides into 2nd place for the month, while Hyundai (-61.6%) scores the best hold in the Top 5 at #4. Porsche (-26%) is the best performer in the Top 10, with Nissan (-58.9%) and Mazda (-71.5%) also outpacing the market. Below, Ferrari (+300%), Perodua (+160%) and Rolls Royce (+66.7%) secure the only gain in market.

Previous month: Singapore May 2020: Covid-19 stops market to just 48 sales

One year ago: Singapore June 2019: Mitsubishi (+62.9%), Kia (+28.5%) resist in market imploding -41.1%

Full June 2020 Top 40 All-brands ranking below.

Singapore June 2020 – brands:

PosBrandJun-20%/19May2020%/19PosFY18
1Honda21119.8%-86.4%32,85417.3%-68.1%11
2BMW16515.5%-70.8% –1,2037.3%-52.5%45
3Toyota (incl Lexus)16415.4%-84.1%22,84617.3%-57.8%22
4Hyundai14013.2%-61.6% –8965.4%-75.4%64
5Mercedes625.8%-88.8%12,60315.8%-36.4%33
6Mazda615.7%-71.5% –8995.5%-43.4%57
7Nissan535.0%-58.9% –6143.7%-52.7%910
8Kia403.8%-91.3% –8004.9%-70.4%76
9Porsche373.5%-26.0%72221.3%-36.0%1417
10Mitsubishi191.8%-92.7% –5583.4%-70.8%108
11Perodua131.2%160.0% –240.1%-51.0%2928
12Audi111.0%-95.1%67044.3%-43.3%89
13Volkswagen111.0%-93.2% –3932.4%-56.6%1111
14Mini100.9%-64.3%81090.7%-49.5%1719
15Skoda80.8%-89.5% –2101.3%-50.7%1514
16Subaru70.7%-92.2% –3392.1%-43.9%1212
17Peugeot60.6%-72.7% –330.2%-45.9%2526
18Bentley60.6%-45.5%12250.2%-26.5%2729
19Suzuki50.5%-85.3%9980.6%-61.4%1918
20Rolls Royce50.5%66.7% –240.1%14.3%3035
21Volvo40.4%-92.6% –2241.4%-47.3%1313
22SsangYong40.4%-33.3%41611.0%403.1%1633
23Seat40.4%-85.2%5970.6%-40.1%2021
24MG40.4%n/a14150.1%650.0%3443
25Ferrari40.4%300.0% –120.1%-52.0%3534
26Renault20.2%-96.9% –1080.7%-72.4%1815
27Citroen20.2%-91.7% –610.4%-61.6%2322
28Land Rover10.1%-96.9%10880.5%-42.1%2123
29Jaguar10.1%-94.7%11730.4%-59.0%2220
30Opel10.1%-98.5% –520.3%-85.4%2416
31Lamborghini10.1%-75.0% –220.1%-47.6%3130
32Aston Martin10.1%-50.0% –90.1%-25.0%3636
33McLaren10.1%0.0% –60.0%-45.5%3737
34Maserati00.0%-100.0% –280.2%-54.8%2627
35Infiniti00.0%-100.0% –250.2%-69.9%2825
36Jeep00.0%-100.0% –170.1%-29.2%3232
37Alfa Romeo00.0%-100.0%13160.1%-38.5%3331
38Tesla00.0%-100.0% –50.0%-37.5%3839
39Datsun00.0%n/a –40.0%300.0%3945
40Alpine00.0%n/a –30.0%200.0%4040

Source: LTA

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