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Indonesia September 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander on track for annual win

The Mitsubishi Xpander is on track to end 12 consecutive years of Toyota Avanza reign.

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New car sales in Indonesia leap up 6.2% year-on-year in September to 93.103 units, lifting the year-to-date tally up 6.6% to 856.488 wholesales. Toyota (32%) and Daihatsu (18.4%) shoot higher than their respective YTD level of 30.1% and 17.2% while Mitsubishi (17.4% vs. 17.8%) is slightly below in third place ahead of Honda (11.8%) and Suzuki (9.5%) both frankly underperforming. Below Hino and Isuzu, Chinese local assembler Wuling is weak at 1.2% share vs. 1.4% so far this year. In the models ranking, the Mitsubishi Xpander celebrates one year in market with a 7th win out of the past 8 months at 6.7% share, 125 sales above the leader of the past 12 consecutive years, the Toyota Avanza (-24%). The Toyota Rush (+302%) is up 4-fold on September 2017 thanks to the new generation, lodging a third consecutive podium finish ahead of the Toyota Kijang Innova (+4%) and Calya (-6%). The Toyota Agya (+63%), Honda Mobilio (+30%), Daihatsu Sigra (+22%) and Suzuki Carry Pikap (+21%) also shine in the Top 20.

Previous month: Indonesia August 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander reigns, Toyota Rush up to #3

One year ago: Indonesia September 2017: Toyota Avanza distant #1, market down 6%

Full September 2018 Top 10 brands and Top 20 models below.

Media post: New Cars 2018 in Indonesia

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Jakarta – Sepanjang tahun ini (Januari-Oktober) pasar otomotif di Indonesia diramaikan dengan banyaknya mobil baru yang meluncur. Berikut ini daftar yang Carmudi rangkum:

Untuk melihat spesfikasi semua jajaran mobil baru itu silahkan klik .

Dan untuk melihat harga mobil baru 2018 secara detail, klik .

Mobil Baru Januari 2018

  1. Membuka awal tahun Toyota Astra Motor (TAM) Agen Pemegang Merek (APM) mobil Toyota di Indonesia secara resmi meluncurkan All New Rush. Sebenarnya mobil yang berada di segmen segmen sport utility vehicles (SUV) itu sudah diperkenalkan pada November 2018, namun peluncuran dan harga resminya baru diumumkan 3 Januari.

All New Toyota Rush untuk pasar Indonesia ditawarkan dalam empat varian seperti Rush G M/T Rp242,15 juta, Rush G A/T Rp252,15 juta, Rush TRD Sportivo M/T Rp253,55 juta dan Rush TRD Sportivo A/T Rp263,55 juta.

  1. Di tanggal yang sama saudara kembar dari All New Rush yaitu All New Terios juga resmi meluncur.

Astra Daihatsu Motor (ADM) APM Daihatsu menawarkannya dalam sembilan varian, di antaraya X MT Rp197,3 juta, X MT DELUXE Rp207,3 juta, X AT DELUXE Rp217,3 juta, R MT Rp230 juta, R MT DELUXE Rp240 juta, R AT Rp240 juta, dan R AT DELUXE Rp250 juta.

  1. Pada 18 Januari Datsun meluncurkan Cross.

Ada dua pilihan yang dijual ke konsumen yaitu Datsun Cross MT Rp161,490 juta, dan Cross CVT Rp173,990 juta.

Indonesia August 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander reigns, Toyota Rush at #3

The Mitsubishi Xpander remains the best-selling nameplate in Indonesia.

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The Indonesian new car market is up a solid 5.9% year-on-year in August to 102.197 wholesales, lifting the year-to-date tally up 6.7% to 763.385. Toyota remains by far the most popular carmaker in the country at 30.5% share vs. 29.8% so far this year, distancing Daihatsu (17.1%), Mitsubishi (16.8%), Honda (14.5%) and Suzuki (10.5%). Below Hino and Isuzu, Chinese Wuling is #8 at 1.9% share and has now sod over 16.000 units in Indonesia since launching here a year ago. Model-wise, the Mitsubishi Xpander signs a very impressive 6th win in the past 7 months at 6.8% share, slightly below the 7.1% it commands YTD. The Toyota Avanza (-39%) is kept at a fair distance (713 sales) while the Toyota Rush (+234%) continues to post very satisfying results thanks to the new generation, climbing up to #5 in the YTD ladder. Its twin the Daihatsu Terios scores its first Top 10 for the new model, and the first one in almost 5 years for the Terios nameplate, since December 2013 (#10). The Calya (-11%) and Kijang Innova (-16%) make it four Toyotas in the August Top 5 even though they both drop by the double-digits, while commercial vehicles are strong this month such as the Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap (+12%) and Suzuki Carry Pikap (+24%).

Previous month: Indonesia July 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander back to #1, Toyota Rush rushes to #2

One year ago: Indonesia August 2017: Honda CR-V in Top 10 in stable market

Full August 2018 Top 10 brands and Top 20 models below.

Indonesia July 2018: Xpander back to #1, Toyota Rush rushes to #2

The Toyota Rush is the 2nd best-selling vehicle in Indonesia in July.

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After plunging 11.4% in June, new vehicle wholesales in Indonesia rally back up 26.2% in July to 107.431 units, lifting the year-to-date tally up 6.8% to 661.188. Toyota posts a strong month at 32.6% share vs. 29.7% so far in 2018, Daihatsu climbs back up three spots on June to #2, distancing Honda, Mitsubishi and Suzuki. The inclusion of Mitsubishi Fuso (#6) in the brands ranking knocks Hino down to #7 and Wuling down to #9 while Isuzu remains at #8 and Datsun rounds up the Top 10. Over in the models ranking, we have another rollercoaster of surprises: the Mitsubishi Xpander is back to pole position for the 5th time in the past 6 months after relinquishing its throne to long-term Indonesian leader the Toyota Avanza last month. But the big event comes in 2nd place: the new generation boosts the Toyota Rush up 5-fold on July 2017, hitting a new volume record at 7.365 (previous best 5.027 last March) and a new ranking high since BSCB started following Indonesian monthly back in 2012 (previous best #5 in April 2015 and March 2017). The Avanza is therefore relegated to a very unusual 3rd place, and this for the 2nd time in the past 3 months. Toyota monopolises the rest of the Top 5 with the Calya (+9%) and Kijang Innova (-12%) with the Honda Mobilio (+358%), Daihatsu Gran Max Pikap (+35%), Suzuki Carry Pikap (+26%) and Honda Brio Satya (+22%) also making themselves noticed in the Top 10. The Toyota Rush’s twin, the Daihatsu Terios, is up 8 ranks on last month to #11, its highest ranking since December 2013 (#10).

Previous month: Indonesia June 2018: Toyota Avanza reclaims #1 spot, Wuling up to #7

One year ago: Indonesia July 2017: Market rallies back up 36%

Full July 2018 Top 10 brands and Top 20 models below.

Indonesia June 2018: Toyota Avanza reclaims #1 spot, Wuling up to #7

The Toyota Avanza returns to the #1 spot it has held annually since 2006.

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The Indonesian new vehicle market hits the brakes in June with wholesales down 11.4% year-on-year to just 58.837 units. The year-to-date tally however remains in positive, up 3.6% to 553.757. Toyota improves its market share to 31.7% vs. 29.2% so far in 2018, distancing Mitsubishi strong again at 17% (and up 199% year-to-date!), Honda at 15.5%, Suzuki at 12.8% and Daihatsu in dire straits at 11.4% in 5th place vs. 17.1% and #3 so far in 2018. Below Hino (3.5%), Chinese – but now also local producer – Wuling steps up again to hit a record 7th position overall at 2.6% share, eclipsing Isuzu (2.1%). Wuling has now sold over 13.000 units of the Confero (aka Honggung S1) and Cortez (aka Baojun 730) since its introduction in the Indonesia in August 2017.

Wuling is up to a record 7th place in Indonesia in June, less than a year after launching here.

After four consecutive months of surprise domination by the Mitsubishi Xpander – the first time a non-Toyota nameplate ranked #1 in Indonesia since the early eighties – the Toyota Avanza reclaims the #1 rank for the first time since January despite deliveries down 24% year-on-year to 7.9% share, ending its longest stint away from the top since it took control of the Indonesian market back in 2006. The Toyota Cayla soars 63% to 6.9% share for the month, knocking the Mitsubishi Xpander down to #3 and 5.6%, however the Xpander remains #1 YTD for now, a meagre 493 sales above the Avanza. Strong showings of the Suzuki Carry Pikap (+39%), Toyota Rush (+9%) and Honda Brio Satya (+8%) in the remainder of the Top 10 whereas the Toyota Agya (-41%) and Daihatsu Sigra (-38%) freefall and the Toyota Kijang Innova (-53%) even steps out of the Top 10. Notice the Wuling Confero up to #21, outselling the Daihatsu Xenia.

Previous month: Indonesia May 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander expands lead

One year ago (1): Indonesia June 2017: Market down 27%, Wuling Confero S lands

One year ago (2): Indonesia H1 2017: Discover the Top 25 brands and Top 140 models

Full June 2018 Top 10 brands and Top 25 models below.

Indonesia May 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander expands lead

The Mitsubishi Xpander confirms it is the new favourite in Indonesia with a volume record in May.

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Ramadan pushed the release of May data for Indonesia by a few weeks but data is now in. New car wholesales soar 6.8% year-on-year to 100.494 units, lifting the year-to-date volume up 5.9% to 494.917. In the brands ranking, Toyota is very close to its YTD share at 28.8% vs. 28.9% while Daihatsu (17.6%) manages to climb back above Mitsubishi (16.9%) with Honda (14.3%) and Suzuki (12.5%) also above 10% share as usual. Below Hino and Isuzu, Chinese and local producer since 2017 Wuling steps up one spot further to #8, distancing Datsun, Mazda and Nissan. Model-wise, the Mitsubishi Xpander manages to score a 4th consecutive month in pole position thanks to a new record monthly volume at 7.601 and its best share since last February at 7.6%, thus widening its YTD gap over the market leader over the past decade, the Toyota Avanza, to 1.860 sales. The Avanza even sinks to #3 this month below the Toyota Calya. The Suzuki Ertiga leaps up to #6 thanks to its facelift, the Suzuki Carry Pikap is up to #10, the Honda Mobilio up to #12 and the Suzuki Ignis up to #17.

Previous month: Indonesia April 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander threepeats but gap thaws

One year ago: Indonesia May 2017: Toyota Kijang Innova overtakes Calya to #2

Full May 2018 Top 10 brands and Top 20 models below.

Indonesia April 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander threepeats but gap thaws

The Mitsubishi Xpander has now led the Indonesian sales charts for three months in a row.

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The Indonesian new car market soars by a very solid 14.1% year-on-year in April tp 102.258 units, the largest monthly volume recorded so far this year and lifting the YTD tally up 5.6% to 394.421 wholesales. Toyota remains in control of the brands ranking but sees its volume sink by a steep 19% to 28.9% share over the first four months of 2018 vs. 37.6% over the corresponding period in 2017. In contrast, Mitsubishi shoots up 115% and two spots to land in 2nd place with 18.6% share, more than double its 9.1% presence a year ago. This outstanding performance has everything to do with the stunning success of the Xpander, enjoying a third consecutive monthly pole position in April. Daihatsu (+8%) overtakes Honda (-21%) to remain in third place overall with Suzuki (+18%) rounding up the Top 5 ahead of Hino (+28%), Isuzu (+49%) and Datsun (+95%). Newcomer and new local producer Wuling lands at #9 with 5.216 sales and 1.3% share vs. zero a year ago.

Looking into the models ranking for April, as mentioned above the Mitsubishi Xpander posts a third victory in a row, replicating the performance the Toyota Calya delivered when it took the overall lead off the Avanza from August to October 2016. But it would appear we may be coming towards the end of the Xpander domination, as its share is down for the second consecutive month – from 7.9% in February to 7.4% in March and 6.9% in April – and its advantage over the Avanza has thawed from 627 units in February to 396 in March and just 180 this month. Regardless, it’s still a spectacular performance from the Xpander, remaining the first non-Toyota to lead the Indonesian monthly charts in at least two decades, and potentially since the early 1980s when Toyota was still establishing a presence in the country.

The Toyota Group places four nameplates below the Xpander: the Avanza (-42%), Calya (+7%), Daihatsu Sigra (+88%) and Toyota Kijang Innova (-5%). Excellent performances of the Honda HR-V (+44%), Toyota Rush (+31%) and Daihatsu Xenia (+16%) in the Top 10 while outside, notice the Daihatsu Terios propelled up 94% by the new generation, the Honda CR-V posting its first Top 20 ranking since last October at #16 and the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport up 57%, potentially helped by the increased traffic in dealerships triggered by the Xpander. Although Chinese Wuling is steadily increasing its volumes month after month, the Confero S hasn’t been able to break into the Top 20 so far this year.

Previous month: Indonesia March 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander confirms leadership

One year ago: Indonesia April 2017: Toyota Avanza reclaims firm grip on market

Full January-April 2018 Top 10 brands and April Top 20 models below.

Indonesia March 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander confirms leadership

The Mitsubishi Xpander is the best-selling vehicle in Indonesia for the 2nd month running.

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101.666 new wholesales light vehicle were sold in Indonesia in March, lifting the YTD tally to 291.378. The Mitsubishi Xpander manages to remain at the very top of the Indonesian sales charts with 7.4% share, outselling the traditional leader the Toyota Avanza (7%) for the second month running and extending its YTD lead to 559 sales at 21.972 vs. 21.413. The Toyota Calya (5.2%) and Kijang Innova (5.1%) follow, reproducing the YTD Top 4. The recently relaunched Toyota Rush climbs up to 5th place, its highest ranking in Indonesia since April 2015, reaching 5.027 sales which is according to BSCB files a new all-time volume record for the Rush nameplate. Another great performer this month is the Wuling Confero S (aka Hongguang S2) up 65% on February to hit a new monthly record of 931 sales.

The new generation propels the Toyota Rush to a new record monthly volume.

Previous month: Indonesia March 2018: Mitsubishi XPander snaps historic pole position

Previous year: Indonesia Full Year 2017: Toyota Avanza, Calya and Kijang Innova on top

Full April 2018 Top 5 models ranking below.

Indonesia February 2018: Mitsubishi Xpander snaps historic pole position

The Mitsubishi Xpander is the first non-Toyota to top Indonesian charts in potentially four decades.

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New car wholesales in Indonesia drop 1.5% year-on-year in February to 93.737 units, yet the year-to-date volume remains in positive thanks to a 11.3% surge in January, adding up to 189.712 after two months, up 4.6% on the same period a year ago. Brand leader Toyota sinks 23.5% year-on-year to just 29.5% share, an improvement on the 26.5% it held in January but down significantly on the 34.4% of the FY2017. In 2nd place, Mitsubishi more than doubles its sales year-on-year (+103%) to reach a world-best 19.6% share. The reason behind this stunning result: the Mitsubishi XPander becoming the best-selling vehicle in Indonesia outright this month (7.9% share) and year-to-date (7.6%) after just 5 months of sales in the country. The Toyota Avanza is outsold for the first time since the Calya took the lead from August to October 2016. But more significantly, the XPander is the first non-Toyota to top the monthly Indonesian charts potentially since the early 1980s when Toyota was still establishing a presence in the country. At the very least, it is the first time a Toyota model does not place #1 since BSCB started tracking Indonesia monthly back in 2005.

New local producer Wuling is up to a best-ever 9th place in February.

As a result of Mitsubishi’s historic performance, Daihatsu is relegated to #3 with 16.7% while Honda posts another weak month at just 12.7% in 4th place. Suzuki is the last carmaker managing more than 10% share at 11.9%, ahead of Hino (2.9%), Isuzu (1.9%) and Nissan (1.2%). Local producer since last July, Chinese carmaker Wuling edges up one spot to a best-ever 9th place overall, overtaking Datsun and posting its first ever four-digit monthly result in Indonesia. Among other news in the models ranking, the Toyota Kijang Innova, Calya, Suzuki Ertiga and Daihatsu Sigra make the Top 6 100% MPV, with the best-selling passenger car and the only one in the Top 10 being the Honda Brio Satya at #7. The Toyota Rush cements its #1 SUV spot thanks to the new generation, while the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport gains 5 ranks on January to #14.

Previous post: Indonesia Full Year 2017: Now with Top 25 All-brands and Top 165 models

Previous month: Indonesia January 2018: Mitsubishi XPander only 464 sales below Avanza

Previous year: Indonesia Full Year 2017: Toyota Avanza, Calya and Kijang Innova on top

Full February 2018 Top 10 brands and Top 20 models below.

Indonesia Full Year 2017: Now with Top 25 All-brands and Top 165 models

The Toyota Alphard ranks inside the Indonesian Top 40 in 2017.

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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 post: Indonesia January 2018: Mitsubishi XPander only 464 sales below Avanza

Previous FY2016 post: Indonesia Full Year 2017: Toyota Avanza, Calya and Kijang Innova on top

Previous year: Indonesia Full Year 2016: Toyota Avanza leads, Calya lands at #3

Two years ago: Indonesia Full Year 2015: Toyota Avanza celebrates one decade at #1 in market down 16%

Full Year 2017 Top 25 All-brands and Top 165 models below.

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