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Indonesia April 2024: Daihatsu Sigra and Toyota Rush on top, Wuling Cloud lands

The Wuling Cloud ranks #24 this month in Indonesia.

The Indonesian new vehicle wholesales market dive -17.4% year-on-year in April to just 48,637 units. This is dreadful result as April 2023 sales were already down -28.9% on the year prior. The year-to-date volume is now off -22.7% to 263,706. As for retail sales, they are down -14.2% to 58,779 for the month and -14.8% year-to-date to 289,551. 

In the wholesales brands ranking, Toyota (-29.4%) suffers but its market share, at 31.3%, is above its YTD level of 30.7%. Daihatsu (-12%) limits its fall somewhat, while Suzuki (+6.8%) swims upstream with a year-on-year lift, distancing Honda (-6.9%) and Mitsubishi (-34.7%). Mitsubishi Fuso (+31%), Hino (+8.6%) and Wuling (+1.5%) also post upticks in the remainder of the Top 10, while Chery (+14.6%) and most strikingly MG (+505%) soar.

Retail-wise, Toyota (-18.9%), Daihatsu (-11.3%), Honda (-21.1%) and Mitsubishi (-15.9%) all drop year-on-year, followed by Suzuki (+1.7%), Mitsubishi Fuso (+2.7%) and Isuzu (+20.8%) all up. MG (+516.1%) and Chery (+84.8%) also surge.

Over in the models lane, the Daihatsu Sigra (+41.7%) is #1 for the 4th month in a row with a dominant 7.7% share. Year-to-date, it increases its advantage over the #2, the Honda Brio (+201.2%) to 3,524 units. The Toyota Rush (+43.9%) climbs up 9 spots on March to land in 2nd place, which is its highest ranking since October 2022 (also #2). The Toyota Kijang Innova (-23%), Avanza (-30.1%) and Suzuki Carry Pikap (-27.1%) all crater. The Wuling Cloud lands directly at #24.

Previous month: Indonesia March 2024: Daihatsu Sigra, Toyota Kijang Innova defy sinking market

One year ago: Indonesia April 2023: Mitsubishi Xpander #1, Toyota Avanza now #1 YTD, sales sink -28.9%

Full April 2024 Top 30 All brands (wholesales and retail) and Top 152 All models (wholesales) below.

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