Only 6.778 Toyota Avanza found a buyer in Indonesia in May.
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The Indonesian new car market is showing no sign of recovery: down a depressing 18% year-on-year in May to 79.236 registrations, the lowest May score in 4 years pulling the 5 month-tally down 16% on 2014 to 445.698 units. The big news this month is the particularly deflated score of the perennial leader the Toyota Avanza: down almost 50% on April to just 6.778 deliveries and 8.6% share, due to stocks thinning in anticipation of the new generation’s impending arrival. This is the first time the Avanza drops below 10.000 monthly units in Indonesia since the launch of the current generation in November 2011. Its twin the Daihatsu Xenia somehow benefits from the situation, up 5 spots on last month to #4 and 5.3% share vs. #6 and 3.7% year-to-date. The Toyota Agya is up one spot to #2 overall at 6.3%, overtaking the Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap (5.4%). The Honda Mobilio is back up to #7, the Toyota Rush down to #8 but still one percentage point above its year-to-date level thanks to its facelift, the Honda Brio Satya shoots up 5 ranks to #9 and the honeymoon period is over for the Honda HR-V falling 7 spots on April to #14.
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Full May 2015 Top 20 models Ranking Table below.