The Daihatsu Rocky is up to #7 in Indonesia in June.
New vehicle wholesales in Indonesia are up 476.1% year-on-year in June to 72.720 units, leading to a year-to-date tally up 50.8% to 393.469. More significantly, wholesales volumes are also up on the pre-pandemic level of June 2019 at +22.1% vs. 59.539 units then but down -18.3% over H1 vs. 481.577. Retail sales are up 120.2% year-on-year to 65.765 and up 33.5% YTD to 387.827 but remain stable on two years ago at +0.02% (vs. 65.750) and down -22.5% over H1 (vs. 500.216).
In the wholesales brands ranking, Toyota (+528.1%) and Daihatsu (+4577%) both outpace the market to clearly dominate with 32% and 21.3% share respectively. This means the Toyota Group holds 53.5% of the Indonesian wholesales market in June (adding Lexus at 0.2%). Suzuki (+225.4%) is pushy but climbs two spots on May to #3 ahead of Honda (+593.1%) and Mitsubishi (+284.4%). Wuling (+6567.6%) signs the largest year-on-year gain in market and remains at a record 6th place. Retail-wise, Toyota (+73.7%) and Daihatsu (+125.2%) are tops too, followed this time by Mitsubishi (+415.3%), Honda (+204.6%) and Suzuki (+72.9%). Wuling (+520.2%) also impresses.
The Suzuki Carry Pikap (+210.2%) reclaims the models crown it held exactly a year ago and advances to #3 year-to-date. It is followed this month by the Honda Brio (+443.8%) which remains in the YTD pole position. The Toyota Avanza (+1009.7%) is down one spot on May to #3, distancing the Toyota Kijang Innova (+687.2%) up two, the Toyota Rush (+725%) down one and the Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap (+9692.1%) up two. Below is the event of the month: the Daihatsu Rocky is up 10 spots on May to break into the Top 10 for the first time at #7. Meanwhile, its twin the Toyota Raize is up two ranks to a record #8.
Full June 2021 Top 25 All-brands (wholesales and retail) and Top 125 All-models (wholesales) below.