The Hyundai Stargazer is aiming at the Mitsubishi Xpander.
The new wholesales market in Indonesia is up a splendid 29.4% year-on-year in July to 86,256 units, leading to a year-to-date volume up 22% to 561,287. Retail sales are up 25.8% to 80,518 for the month and 20.8% YTD at 545,768 units. In the wholesales brands ranking, Toyota (+34.8%) and most impressively Daihatsu (+71.6%) outpace the market to hold a combined 52.5% share vs. 50.8% year-to-date. Below a weak Honda (+6.3%), Mitsubishi (-26.6%) is in trouble with a significant loss. In contrast Hyundai (+815.8%), Hino (+114.2%), Isuzu (+77.4%) and Fuso (+47.7%) all shine. Wuling (-26.1%) closes out the Top 10 in a paltry manner. In the retail ranking, Toyota (+20.8%) this time trails the market to 32.9% share, distancing Daihatsu (+60%) and Honda (+27.8%) overtaking Mitsubishi (-33.9%) to hold the third spot YTD. Suzuki (+4%) disappoints also whereas the rest of the Top 10 beats the market, with Hyundai (+743.3%) and Hino (+89.6%) the best performers.
The Toyota Avanza is the best-selling vehicle in Indonesia in July.
Model-wise, the Toyota Avanza (+27%) roughly follows the market to easily lead the way at 8.7% share, it advances to #2 year-to-date as a result. The Toyota Calya (+107.5%) more than doubles its sales year-on-year and is up three spots on June to land in 2nd place. #1 a year ago, the Mitsubishi Xpander (-34.5%) drops to #3 this month but is up seven ranks on last month. #1 in June, the Daihatsu Sigra (+172.6%) is down to #4 but up significantly year-on-year. Other great performers in the Top 10 are the Honda HR-V (+96%), Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap (+79.5%) and Toyota Rush (+31.1%). The Toyota Veloz (#16) is the best-selling recent launch just above the Hyundai Creta (#17). We welcome the locally-assembled Hyundai Stargazer directly in 33rd spot, directly aimed at the Mitsubishi Xpander.
Full July 2022 Top 25 all brands (wholesales and retail) and Top 130 all models (wholesales) below.