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Vietnam July 2020: VinFast holds onto 7th spot in market down -9.7%

Local carmaker VinFast holds 6.5% share and ranks 7th in July. 

New vehicle sales in Vietnam edge down -9.7% year-on-year in July to 24.065 units, leading to a year-to-date tally down -27.7% to 131.248 according to VAMA. These figures climb to 33.885 and 173.413 respectively once adding Hyundai and VinFast who report sales separately and whose exclusive July figures we can share with you this month. These new-look charts show Hyundai once again very dominant at 22.4% are above Toyota (-28%) at 15.7% and Thaco-Kia (+12.3%) at 15.4%. Mazda (+2.1%) and even more strikingly Mitsubishi (+44.4%) defy the negative market to score year-on-year upticks in the remainder of the Top 5. Ford (-20.1%) rallies back up two spots on June to #6 while local manufacturer VinFast remains in 7th place with 6.5% share vs. 6.8% in June and 8.1% in May, hovering around 2.200 monthly sales for the past three months. Suzuki (+15.4%) and Isuzu (+13.2%) are also up in the Top 10’s tail end but Honda (-58.4%) crashes.

Model-wise, the Toyota Vios (+17%) confirms it is the favourite vehicle of Vietnamese buyers, followed by the Hyundai Accent up 3 spots on June to reclaim the #2 spot it holds YTD. The Mitsubishi Xpander (+55.7%) repeats at #3 while the VinFast Fadil ranks 4th for the third straight month and the Hyundai Grand i10 rounds out the Top 5. The Kia Cerato (+76.5%) and Mazda CX-5 (+50.7%) both score spectacular gains but the Ford Ranger (-20.1%) underperforms in the remainder of a Top 10 where the Hyundai Santa Fe and Tucson also slide in. The Mitsubishi Outlander (+66.1%) and Suzuki Ertiga (+49.2%) also impress further down, while the VinFast Lux A2.0 drops 7 spots on June to #24 and the Lux SA2.0 is off 5 ranks to #28.

Previous month: Vietnam June 2020: Hyundai and Honda City #1, Vinfast holds 6.8% of market down -12.8%

One tear ago: Vietnam July 2019: Mitsubishi (+395.5%), Suzuki (+169.1%) help market up 24.2%

Full July 2020 Top 20 All manufacturers and Top 65 models below.

Note: The manufacturers ranking includes medium and heavy commercial vehicles, the models ranking does not. Some carmakers such as Lexus and Peugeot don’t share sales detail by model.

Vietnam July 2020 – brands:

PosBrandJul-20%/19Jun2020%/19PosFY19
1Hyundai7,60622.4%n/a135,62020.5%n/a1n/a
2Toyota5,30715.7%-28.0%330,48417.6%-32.0%21
3Thaco-Kia5,20915.4%12.3%227,54715.9%-16.1%32
4Mazda2,9068.6%2.1%613,4557.8%-38.7%44
5Mitsubishi2,7048.0%44.4%513,0057.5%-17.0%66
6Ford2,2256.6%-20.1%810,6456.1%-45.5%75
7VinFast2,2146.5%new76,5453.8%new8 –
8Suzuki1,2723.8%15.0%95,7283.3%1.9%97
9Honda1,1813.5%-58.4%413,2167.6%-26.7%53
10Isuzu8892.6%13.2%104,3102.5%2.1%108
11Hyundai Trucks5981.8%154.5%131,8521.1%-64.7%119
12Peugeot3150.9%4.3%111,5870.9%-34.0%1310
13Nissan2830.8%45.9%141,2040.7%-43.1%1413
14Hino2590.8%12.1%121,6370.9%45.5%1212
15Lexus1550.5%0.0%158310.5%-22.4%1514
16VEAM440.1%-69.4%163200.2%-53.7%1616
17Samco140.0%-78.1%32130.1%-29.0%1717
18Daewoo Bus70.0%-68.2%18540.0%-34.7%1919
19Chevrolet00.0%-100.0% –1690.1%-88.9%1811
20Changan00.0%#DIV/0! –00.0%n/a –18

Vietnam July 2020 – models:

PosModelJul-20%/19Jun2020%/19PosFY19
1Toyota Vios2,8118.3%17.0%214,0558.1%-5.4%11
2Hyundai Accent2,2196.5%n/a59,5685.5%n/a2n/a
3Mitsubishi Xpander1,6104.8%55.7%37,4934.3%-12.6%42
4VinFast Fadil1,5774.7%new44,0972.4%new12n/a
5Hyundai Grand i101,2863.8%n/a77,7004.4%n/a3n/a
6Kia Cerato1,2643.7%76.5%64,8152.8%-28.3%88
7Hyundai Santa Fe1,1983.5%n/a104,8272.8%n/a7n/a
8Hyundai Tucson1,0663.1%n/a144,3882.5%n/a10n/a
9Mazda CX-51,0323.0%50.7%84,0502.3%-40.8%139
10Ford Ranger1,0283.0%-20.1%95,4923.2%-19.0%55
11Mazda38862.6%-12.0%134,6752.7%-44.4%93
12Hyundai Kona6652.0%n/a113,7452.2%n/a15n/a
13Kia Soluto6652.0%new153,6062.1%new1619
14Ford Everest6201.8%-6.2%202,4681.4%-41.9%2012
15Kia Morning5811.7%-20.5%162,8861.7%-53.5%1711
16Honda City5671.7%-21.8%14,9152.8%-12.5%610
17Suzuki Ertiga5521.6%49.2%351,6511.0%255.1%2731
18Mazda CX-85261.6%2.9%221,8851.1%118.9%2430
19Toyota Fortuner5241.5%-56.0%124,2012.4%-36.8%116
20Mitsubishi Outlander5151.5%66.1%281,6861.0%-17.9%2518
21Hyundai Elantra4531.3%n/a212,1411.2%n/a21n/a
22Toyota Camry4481.3%-33.7%192,6421.5%-3.9%1914
23Toyota Innova4311.3%-58.7%252,8251.6%-60.2%187
24VinFast Lux A2.03551.0%new171,5040.9%new29n/a
25Mitsubishi Attrage3531.0%45.3%182,0991.2%59.6%2232
26Toyota Rush3251.0%177.8%261,9741.1%54.6%2321
27Ford Ecosport2860.8%-11.5%241,2970.7%-46.9%3216
28VinFast Lux SA2.02820.8%new239440.5%new40n/a
29Suzuki Carry2680.8%117.9%391,4140.8%-27.5%3122
30Toyota Wigo2670.8%-64.1%431,1020.6%-75.3%3613
31Suzuki XL72670.8%new326890.4%new45 –
32Honda Civic1990.6%-53.9%371,4640.8%-7.8%3020
33Mazda21960.6%-21.9%411,2610.7%-21.5%3328
34Nissan X-Trail1780.5%71.2%367730.4%-2.9%4441
35Kia Sedona1710.5%-21.2%349480.5%-43.6%3926
36Mazda61560.5%51.5%477800.4%-26.5%4338
37Honda Brio1550.5%-73.6%311,5760.9%62.3%2829
38Ford Explorer1540.5%136.9%446280.4%14.2%4748
39Toyota Yaris1510.4%-44.3%428790.5%-50.3%4123
40Mitsubishi Triton1460.4%-12.0%291,2350.7%-9.7%3427
41Toyota Hilux1430.4%52.1%461,1000.6%-29.8%3724
42Suzuki Super Carry1400.4%55.6%301,6751.0%60.0%2634
43Honda CR-V1300.4%-84.3%273,9272.3%-56.0%144
44Mazda BT-501100.3%-61.9%388040.5%-37.2%4233
45Nissan Sunny1050.3%16.7%524310.2%-57.6%5139
46Honda HR-V1020.3%-56.6%331,1090.6%-13.8%3525
47Kia Sorento1020.3%10.9%486330.4%-19.9%4640
48Kia Rondo970.3%-3.0%496040.3%-15.0%4842
49Ford Transit890.3%-78.8%455900.3%-80.6%4915
50Toyota Corolla Altis840.2%-80.1%401,0370.6%-55.4%3817
51Kia Optima810.2%35.0%505180.3%31.1%5049
52Mitsubishi Pajero Sport630.2%-19.2%533350.2%-35.2%5247
53Toyota Prado580.2%-15.9%512440.1%-50.7%5450
54Ford Tourneo480.1%new601700.1%new5759
55Isuzu MU-X450.1%-23.7%582550.1%-23.4%5354
56Suzuki Swift440.1%-66.7%561040.1%-83.5%6336
57Honda Accord280.1%n/a571420.1%n/a6058
58Toyota Land Cruiser260.1%-7.1%551470.1%53.1%5957
59Toyota Avanza220.1%-54.2%541850.1%-56.4%5653
60Mitsubishi Mirage170.1%-59.5%611560.1%-65.5%5851
61Isuzu D-Max170.1%-72.1%591240.1%-55.6%6155
62Toyota Hiace80.0%-96.8%62200.0%-96.6%6752
63Toyota Alphard50.0%-79.2%64360.0%-47.8%6660
64Toyota Granvia40.0%new6670.0%new68 –
65Suzuki Celerio10.0%-99.6%631950.1%-78.7%5535

Source: VAMA, Hyundai, Vinfast

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