MG sales are up 28.6% year-on-year in Thailand. Picture thairath.co.th
Note: This article also includes October 2020 data.
27/01/21 update: Now with 45 models.
After tilting back into negative in October (-3.9% to 74.115), new vehicle sales in Thailand stabilise in November at -0.1% to 79.177 units. The year-to-date tally is now down -25.1% to 688.021. Brand leader Toyota (+3.9%) manages a small uptick but it’s Isuzu (+20.2%) that once again posts the largest gain atop the charts. Honda (+0.2%) edges up in third place with Mazda (+5.3%) also up at #5. MG (+28.6%) and Suzuki (+27.3%) score the largest lifts in the Top 12 while below, Lexus (+76%) and Kia (+41.3%) make waves. Model-wise, the Isuzu D-Max (+21.5%) continues to dominate but the Toyota Hilux (+3.5%) is catching up vs. earlier in the year thanks to the new generation.
Full October and November 2020 Top 25 All-brands below.
September, October and November 2020 sales for 45 selected models below.