The Toyota Avanza is the best-selling vehicle in Indonesia in August and year-to-date.
New vehicle wholesales in Indonesia leap up 123.4% year-on-year in August to 83.319 units, leading to a year-to-date volume up 68% to 543.424. August 2021 volumes are down a limited -7.9% on the pre-pandemic levels of August 2019 compared to -25.2% in July, and -17.7% year-to-date. Retail sales are up 101.4% year-on-year to 75.822 units and up 45% year-to-date to 527.694. In the wholesales brands ranking, Toyota (+244.2%), Mitsubishi (+225.2%), Suzuki (+186.2%) and Honda (+140.8%) all outpace the market unlike Daihatsu (+116.6%), while Wuling (+319.2%) drops two spots on July to #9. Hyundai (+560%) and Kia (+179.2%) also shine further down. Retail-wise, Toyota (+154.8%), Mitsubishi (+141.7%) and Wuling (+231.3%) impress while Daihatsu (+93.6%), Suzuki (+71.4%) and Honda (+50.9%) underperform.
Over in the models ranking, the Toyota Avanza (+1210.5%) reclaims the pole position for the first time since last March, cementing its YTD lead in the process. The Suzuki Carry Pikap (+219.8%) is up two spots on July and its YTD ranking to #2 overall, distancing the Toyota Kijang Innova (+105.1%) and last month’s leader the Mitsubishi Xpander (+237.1%). The Daihatsu Sigra (+127.5%) is up nine ranks on last month to land at #5 ahead of the Toyota Rush (+112.9%), Calya (+300.7%) and Fortuner (+901.7%). The Toyota Raize is the best-selling recent launch at #9, down three spots on July and followed by its twin the Daihatsu Rocky (#17) and the Kia Sonet (#43). Notice also the Mitsubishi L-300 Pikap (+252.1%), Suzuki XL7 (+227.9%) and Mitsubishi Pajero Sport (+245.9%) all posting surreal gains just outside the Top 10.
Full August 2021 Top 25 All-brands (wholesales and retail) and Top 125 All-models (wholesales) below.