The Toyota Alphard ranks inside the Indonesian Top 40 in 2017.
* See the Top 25 All-brands and Top 165 models by clicking on the title *
We are now able to share with you more complete data for Indonesia over the Full Year 2017 with a complete Brands ranking and a Top 165 models representing 93% of the market. Brand-wise, just below Wuling brilliantly ending its inaugural year in Indonesia at #10, Mercedes, Mazda, Chevrolet, BMW and Lexus all fit inside the Top 15 while Dongfeng (#22) is the only other Chinese carmakers present in the official sales charts this year. Volkswagen is stuck at a paltry #20 with just 537 sales.
The Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap is now included in the FY2017 Indonesian sales charts.
The new models ranking adds a couple of commercial vehicles that were absent from our preliminary figures, such as the Suzuki Carry Pikap (#5), Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap (#7), Mitsubishi L-300 Pikap (#15), Daihatsu Gran Max Minibus (#19) and Mitsubishi T-120SS Pikap (#26). Among recent launches, the Suzuki Ignis shines at #22, ahead pf the Mitsubishi XPander at #23 and the Wuling Confero at #36 just under 5.000 sales.
The Mitsubishi T-120SS Pikap is exclusive to Indonesia.
Notice also the Mitsubishi L200 Triton topping the 1-tonne pickup segment at #29 just above the Toyota Hilux, and the country’s craze for MPVs illustrated by the Nissan Grand Livina (#32), Datsun GO+ (#33), Toyota Alphard (#39), Nissan Serena (#53), Toyota Voxy (#58), Mazda Biante (#77), the latter four being nameplates rarely seen outside Japan. The Mercedes C-Class is the most popular premium model at #51 followed by the Lexus RX (#56), BMW 3 Series (#61), BMW X1 (#62) and Mercedes E-Class (#64).
Previous FY2016 post: Indonesia Full Year 2017: Toyota Avanza, Calya and Kijang Innova on top
Full Year 2017 Top 25 All-brands and Top 165 models below.