The Mitsubishi Xpander is the best-selling vehicle in Indonesia in July.
New vehicle wholesales in Indonesia jump 163.6% year-on-year in July to 66.639 units, leading to a year-to-date tally up 60.8% to 460.105. However this is now down -25.2% on the pre-pandemic levels of July 2019 (89.110) while the YTD volume is down -19.3% (570.331). Retail sales are up 78.9% to 64.028 and up 38.4% year-to-date to 451.872. In the wholesales brands ranking, the Top four all outpace the market with Toyota (+201.3%) leading the charge at 32.7% share above Mitsubishi (+206.6%), Daihatsu (+497.8%) and Honda (+347.9%). Suzuki (-1.5%) vastly underperforms and falls back to the #5 spot it holds year-to-date. Wuling (+683.5%), Hyundai (+586.1%), Kia (+241.5%) and DFSK (+267.2%) also impress further down. Retail-wise, Toyota (+90.2%) soars to 34.3% share vs. 31.6% so far this year and is followed by Daihatsu (+72.7%), Mitsubishi (+192.9%) and Honda (+104%). Suzuki (+19.8%) underperforms here too while Wuling (+129.7%) drops to #9.
Over in the models ranking, the Mitsubishi Xpander (+497.6%) rallies back up 13 spots on June to sign a second win in the past three months, advancing to #3 year-to-date. The Toyota Avanza (+445.8%) is up to #2 this month and snaps the YTD pole position in the process. The Honda Brio (+252.8%) drops to #3 and #2 year-to-date while last month’s leader, the Suzuki Carry Pikap (-22.9%) its down to #4, a position it also holds YTD. The Toyota Rush (+387%) rounds out the Top 5 like last month, just as the new Toyota Raize climbs two more spots on June to #6. The Toyota Calya (+344.4%) and Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap (+642.1%) also impress in the remainder of the Top 10. The Daihatsu Rocky is down four ranks on last month to #11, distancing the Kia Sonet (#41), Hyundai Palisade (#42) among recent launches.
Full July 2021 Top 25 All-brands (wholesales and retail) and Top 115 All-models (wholesales) below.