The Toyota Avanza holds 9.3% of the Indonesian market in November.
New vehicle wholesales in Indonesia shoot up 62.4% year-on-year in November to 87,435 units, leading to a year-to-date tally up 66.5% to 790,524. The retail market is up 50.7% year-on-year to 84,528 for the month and up 49.5% year-to-date to 761,861 units.
In the wholesales brands ranking, Toyota (+117.8%) almost doubles the market growth rate to hit 38.3% share, exactly five percentage points above its YTD level of 33.3%. Daihatsu (+136.9%) also shines in 2nd place but Suzuki (+3.6%), Honda (-14.8%) and Mitsubishi (-1.1%) all disappoint. Wuling (+264%), Fuso (+133.7%) and Hino (+64%) impress in the remainder of the Top 10 while Mercedes (+44%) advances to #10 and Hyundai (+295.9%), Nissan (+774.4%) and DFSK (+90.8%) soar below. In the retail ranking, Toyota (+71.2%), Daihatsu (+61.5%) and Mitsubishi (+63.9%) outpace the market in the lead but Suzuki (+20.5%) and Honda (-6%) lose share. Hyundai (+260%), Kia (+158%), Wuling (+237.5%) and Fuso (+74.4%) also shine.
Over in the models ranking (wholesales data), the Toyota Avanza spectacularly reclaims the pole position it holds year-to-date with an outstanding 9.3% share, up 29 spots on October to #1. After two months in the lead, the Toyota Rush has to recede to #2 but still overperforms with 7.2% share vs. 6.1% YTD. The Toyota Kijang Innova remains in third place above the Suzuki Carry Pikap and the Toyota Raize breaking into the Indonesian Top 5 for the first time at #5. The Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap is up two ranks on last month to #6, the Daihatsu Sigra is up 6 to #7, the Toyota Fortuner up one to #8 and the Daihatsu Xenia up 10 to #9. Leader over the Full Year 2020, the Honda Brio is down to #10 in November.
Full November 2021 Top 25 All-brands and Top 120 All-models below.