The BMW iX has appeared in the Taiwanese charts.
The Taiwanese new car market skids -7% year-on-year in April to 35,254 units, leading to a year-to-date tally off -12.5% to 139,598. Toyota is immobile year-on-year in the brands ranking and holds 30.8% of the market, in line with its YTD level (30.7%). Ford (-0.4%) also manages a stable result and climbs one spot on March to #2 overall with 6.9% share vs. 6% YTD. BMW (+34.6%) is the best performer this month, up from outside the March Top 10 directly to #3 with 6.1% share. It distances Nissan (-21.7%) diving and CMC (+1.6%) solid. Mercedes (-8.5%), Lexus (-4.2%), Mitsubishi, Honda (-27.1%) and Hyundai complete the Top 10. #9 last month, Tesla records zero sales in April.
Model-wise, Toyota monopolises the podium this year as it does year-to-date, with the Corolla Cross in the lead above the Corolla Altis and RAV4. The CMC Veryca is up two spots on March to become the best of the rest, ahead of the Ford Kuga up 5 ranks to #5 and the Nissan Kicks up three to #6. The Toyota Yaris and Ford Focus retain their March ranking at #7 and #8 respectively while the Toyota Town Ace and Lexus NX round out the Top 10. Notice also the Subaru Forester up 19 spots to #14, the BMW X3 up to #20, the Hyundai Porter up 25 ranks to #21 and the Kia Picanto up to #25.
Previous month: Taiwan March 2022: Tesla Model 3 up to #3 in market down -8.7%
Full April 2022 Top 10 brands and Top 60 models below.