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Philippines First Half 2018: Vios back on top, first market fall in 9 years

The Toyota Vios reclaims leadership of the Filipino market in 2018.

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Putting an abrupt end to 8 consecutive years of annual records, New vehicle sales in the Philippines are down a tough 12% year-on-year over the First Half of 2018 at 191.485 registrations, according to distributor groups AVID (Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors), CAMPI (Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines) and TMA (Truck Manufacturers Association). There are a few reasons behind this sudden decline. A new Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Law (TRAIN) signed in late 2017 has reduced personal income taxes but levied additional taxes on selected vehicles, which significantly and adversely affected auto prices. The result in market was immediate, even if TRAIN lowered levies on hybrid vehicles and exempted pickups, trucks and electric vehicles, which account for a small percentage of sales in the country.

The Mitsubishi Montero Sport is up 4 spots to #2 overall and #1 SUV.

Toyota continues to dominate the Filipino market head and shoulders, seeing its share only slightly decrease from 38.5% in FY2017 to 38% so far this year. Mitsubishi is the only other carmaker managing a double-digit market share in the Philippines, soaring from 15% to 17.5% on the back of a very successful introduction of the all-new Xpander, outselling the all-new Toyota Rush just as the Mitsubishi Adventure is discontinued after 21 years of loyal services to the local population. Hyundai (8.3%) also improves in third place while Nissan steps up 3 spots on FY2017 to land in 4th position, overtaking Ford and Honda while Suzuki passes Isuzu down 2 to #8. Only 64 sales below Chevrolet (#9), Foton (1.2%) breaks into the Filipino Top 10 over the period, becoming the very first Chinese carmaker to manage this feat here. Volkswagen (#15) has started the import of China-made models such as the Lamando, Tiguan and Santana while Mercedes now outsells BMW as the #1 premium brand in the country.

Foton breaks into the Top 10 brands for the first time in the Philippines.

Over in the models ranking, the Toyota Vios reclaims the lead it held for 9 consecutive years before the Fortuner snapped its first victory last year. The Mitsubishi Montero Sport rallies back up four spots to an outstanding (and world-best) 2nd place overall, reclaiming the title of #1 SUV in the Philippines. The Toyota Wigo, also up four ranks, rounds up the podium ahead of the Toyota Fortuner (-3) and the Mitsubishi L300 up 6 spots to #5. The Hyundai Accent gains one rank to #7 whereas the Toyota Innova (-5), Mitsubishi Mirage (-4) and Toyota Hiace (-2) all slide down the ranking. Finally, notice the Nissan Navara more than doubling its market share vs. FY2017 from 1.6% to 3.5% to snag the #1 pickup title off the Toyota Hilux.

Previous post: Philippines Full Year 2018: First win for Toyota Fortuner, 8th record year

Full Q1 2018 Top 8 brands, H1 2018 Top 25 brands and Top 10 models below.

Full Year 2017/H1 2018: New data for Italy, Belgium and Philippines

We learn that the Kia Stonic ranks inside the Italian Top 70 over H1 2018.

Today we are doing a bit of Summer cleaning here at BSCB, adding more complete Full Year 2017 models data for three significant worldwide markets: Italy, Belgium and the Philippines.

In Italy, there is now a Top 215 models ranking (instead of Top 50) for the Full Year 2017 and a Top 180 models ranking for H1 2018, also instead of Top 50, both with comparative data for FY2016 and H1 2017, as well as exclusive Light Commercial Vehicle sales data: a Top 35 LCV brands ranking and Top 10 LCV models for the Full Year 2017. Plus, we have also added a Top 40 LCV brands and complete Top 140 LCV models rankings for the Full Year 2016.

Belgium, a notoriously selfish market that only shares a monthly Top 10 models, now has a Full Year 2017 Top 320 All-models ranking also featuring Full Year 2016 data.

For the Philippines, we now have an exclusive Full Year 2017 Top 220 All-models ranking including all premium brands such as Audi, Bentley, BMW, Mercedes and Porsche – that’s extremely rare data.

Philippines Full Year 2017: First win for Toyota Fortuner – 8th record year

The Fortuner posts its first annual win in the Philippines, ending 9 years of Vios domination. 

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Consult almost 25 years worth of Philippines Historical Data here

There’s nothing stopping the Filipino new vehicle market, lodging an astonishing 8th consecutive record year in 2017 thanks to deliveries galloping ahead another 17.3% to 473.943 units. That’s a staggering 181% increase from the 168.490 record established back in 2010 at the start of this record-breaking streak. Part of the reason behind this significant gain in 2017 is purchases brought forward in anticipation of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) at the start of 2018 which results in higher prices for most vehicles on sales in the country. Commercial Vehicles – in this market composed of SUVs, pickup trucks and vans – account for 64.6% of sales at 306.116 units while Passenger Cars hold 35.4% of the market at 167.827 units.

The Toyota Innova is up 35% to third place overall. 

Toyota remains ultra-dominant even if it trails the market slightly at +16% to 38.5% share and Mitsubishi remains a strong #2 (the carmaker’s highest ranking in the world) with an improved 15% share thanks to deliveries up 19%. Hyundai (+12%) and Ford (+9%) hold onto their ranking just as Honda surges 37% to break into the Top 5, knocking Isuzu (+10%) down to #6. Nissan (+48%), Suzuki (+34%) and Mazda (+28%) are the other two impressive gainers in the Top 10 whereas among smaller brands while below Ssangyong (+146%), Lexus (+87%), Mercedes (+68%), Mini (+47%), Hino (+40%), Fuso (+35%), BMW (+33%) and Volkswagen (+29%) are among the most dynamic.

The Mitsubishi Montero Sport is up 85% to #6. 

We witness a momentous event in the Filipino models ranking for 2017: for the first time in history, the Toyota Fortuner is the best-selling vehicle in the country thanks to sales up a whopping 39% to 8.4% share. The Fortuner ends a 9 year-reign by the Toyota Vios, itself edging up just 1% to 7.8% share vs. 9% a year ago. The Toyota Innova soars 35% and three spots to land on the third step of the podium, toppling the Toyota Hiace (+6%) and making the Top Four 100% Toyota. The Mitsubishi Mirage/G4 is down 2% to #5, the Mitsubishi Montero Sport lifts up 85% and 7 ranks to end the current generation’s first full year in market at #6 The Hyundai Accent (+33%) also breaks into the Top 10 which includes three more Toyotas: the Wigo (+5%), Avanza (+15%) and Hilux (+18%).

Previous post: Philippines May-June 2017: Toyota Fortuner teases Vios for pole position

Previous year: Philippines Full Year 2016: Toyota Vios leads, Fortuner shines in 7th consecutive record year

Two years ago: Philippines Full Year 2015: Sixth consecutive all-time record at 323.928 sales

Full Year 2017 Top 35 All-brands and Top 220 models vs. Full Year 2016 figures below.

Philippines May-June 2017: Toyota Fortuner teases Vios for pole position

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An estimated 210.397 cars have been sold over the first six months of 2017 in the Philippines. Toyota remains ultra-dominant, placing four nameplates in the Top 4: the evergreen Vios (10.4% share) distancing the Fortunes (9.3%), Innova (6.5%) and Hiace (5.2%). The Mitsubishi Montero Sport is the best-selling non-Toyota model in the country in 5th place overall in May with 4.2% share, Mitsubishi also placing the Adventure at #7 and the Mirage G4 at #8. The Toyota Hilux is the best-selling pickup at #11 ahead of the Ford Ranger at #14, the Isuzu D-Max at #24 and the Mitsubishi Strada at #27.

Previous post: Philippines January-April 2017: Vios and Fortuner top record market

One year ago: Philippines May 2016: Fortuner, Everest and Montero Sport fight it out

Full May 2017 Top 180 All-models ranking table below.

Philippines January-April 2017: Vios & Fortuner top record market

The Toyota Fortuner is the second best-seller in the Philippines so far this year. 

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Over 140.000 new light vehicles found a buyer in the Philippines during the first four months of 2017, an all-time record. The two best-sellers are unchanged: the Toyota Vios is estimated to cross the 15.000 sales mark and is followed by the Toyota Fortuner at 13.239, with Toyota holding each of the Top five spots with the Innova gaining two ranks vs. its FY16 5th place, the Hiace and the Wigo losing one each. The Mitsubishi Montero Sport shoots up 6 spots to become the best-selling non-Toyota in the country, followed by the Isuzu MU-X and Hyundai Accent. The Hilux and Avanza make it seven Toyotas in the Top 10. Among recent launches, the Honda BR-V is up to #17, the Suzuki Ertiga at #22 and the Suzuki Celerio at #31.

Previous post: Philippines January 2017: Toyota Fortuner takes control in record market

One year ago: Philippines Jan-Apr 2016: Ford Everest climbs to #3, record market

Full January-April 2017 Top 180 models ranking below.

Philippines January 2017: Toyota Fortuner takes control in record market

The Toyota Fortuner is the best-selling vehicle in the Philippines this month.

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According to data published by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. (Campi) and the Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA), the Filipino market is up by a gargantuan 28% year-on-year in January to an all-time record 30.425 registrations. This figure is in fact higher as the Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors (Avid) did not release figures – and this impacts marques like Hyundai. The fantastic year-on-year gain is partly due to an upcoming excise tax hike rushing customers to forward their purchase.

The heavily discounted Mitsubishi Adventure is the best-selling non-Toyota in January.

Toyota manages to double the market’s growth at +56% to 14.542 sales, now holding a mammoth 47.8% share vs. 39.2% a year ago. The Japanese manufacturer sells almost 3 times the amount of any other carmaker in the country, starting with Mitsubishi (+2%) ahead of Ford (+2%), Honda (+24%) and Nissan also outpacing the market at +55%. Suzuki gains 42% to #6 but Isuzu (-33%) and Kia (-19%) struggle. There is now one Chinese manufacturer in the Filipino Top 10 charts: Foton at #9 with 336 units sold for a 1.1% market share. Toyota also dominates the Passenger Cars charts with 45.7% share above Mitsubishi (13.7%), Honda (11.1%), Ford (9.1%) and Suzuki (6.5%).

Mitsubishi Mirage G4 

Model-wise, the Toyota Fortuner takes control of the ranking, outpacing the traditional leader, the Toyota Vios, by a large margin: 3.563 vs. 2.954 sales. Toyota is estimated to monopolise the Top 5 with the Vios, Innova, Hiace and Wigo in tow. The heavily discounted Mitsubishi Adventure is the best-selling non-Toyota nameplate,  eagerly awaiting its replacement due this year. Current discounts amount to a staggering 70% of the base price. The Mitsubishi Mirage G4, Ford Ecosport and Everest follow.

Previous post: Philippines Full Year 2016: Toyota Vios leads, Fortuner shines in 7th consecutive record year

One year ago: Philippines Jan-Apr 2016: Ford Everest climbs to #3, record market

Full January 2017 Top 10 brands, Top 5 PC brands & Top 10 models below.

Philippines Full Year 2016: Toyota Vios leads, Fortuner shines in 7th consecutive record year

The Toyota Fortuner is up 81%, the Ford Everest up 152% in the Philippines in 2016.

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Consult over 20 years worth of Philippines Historical Data here

New vehicle sales in the Philippines manage an unbelievable 7th consecutive year thanks to deliveries shooting up 25% year-on-year in 2016 to 404.051 units. Market leader Toyota manages to beat the market with sales up 27% to 158.058, improving its already mammoth share to 39.1%. Mitsubishi remains in 2nd place – its highest ranking in the world – but sees its share thaw from 16.3% to just 13.1% due to sales up only 13%. Hyundai is the best-performing carm aker in the Top 15 with a 53% surge landing the Korean brand on the podium – it ranked 5th in 2015. It knocks Ford (+33%) and Isuzu (+21%) one spot down. Nissan (+48%), Suzuki (+37%), Hino (+43%), Fuso (+37%) and Volkswagen (+76%) beat the market while we welcome Chinese carmaker Foton at #12.

The Accent (+79%) helps Hyundai onto the 2016 podium. 

Toyota monopolises the first six spots in the 2016 models ranking. The Toyota Vios celebrates nine consecutive years in the Filipino pole position but only gains 9%, seeing its market share drop from 10.2% to 9%. The big winner is the Toyota Fortuner, up 81% and two spots to #2 thanks to the new generation, distancing the Hiace (+19%), Wigo (+37%), Innova (+7%) and Avanza (+59%). The best-selling non-Toyota is the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 ahead of the Isuzu MU-X and Ford Everest, up 152% to break into the Top 10 for its first full year at #8. The Toyota Hilux (+42%) makes it seven Toyotas in the Top 10, the Hyundai Accent (+79%) misses out on a Top 10 ranking for just 45 sales, the Honda Mobilio is up 62% and the Hyundai Tucson up 107%. We welcome the Honda BR-V at #45 and the Mazda CX-3 at #55.

Previous post: Philippines 9 months 2016: Toyota Vios and Fortuner cement leadership

Previous year: Philippines Full Year 2015: Sixth straight annual record: 323.928 sales

Two years ago: Philippines Full Year 2014: Toyota reigns in record market up 27%

Full Year 2016 Top 35 All-brands and Top 60 models vs. Full Year 2015 figures below.

Philippines 9 months 2016: Toyota Vios and Fortuner cement leadership

The Toyota Fortuner ranks 2nd in the Philippines so far in 2016. 

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The Filipino new car market is up 27% year-on-year during the first 9 months of 2016 to 261.370 units (CAMPI and TMA members only). Toyota remains by far the most popular manufacturer with just under 44% market share, followed by Mitsubishi at 17.3%, Ford at 9.6%, Hyundai at 7.4% and Honda at 6.5%. Model-wise, Toyota brilliantly monopolises the Top 5 with the Vios, Fortuner, Hiace, Wigo and Innova up 3 spots on H1. The Ford Everest, Mitsubishi Montero Sport and Mirage G4 lead the non-Toyota nameplates.

Previous post: Philippines First Half 2016: Vios and Everest shine in market up 38%

One year ago: Philippines August-September 2014: Ford Everest shoots up to #12

Full 9 months 2016 Top 180 All-models below.

Philippines First Half 2016: Vios and Everest shine in market up 38%

The Ford Everest ranks 6th overall so far this year in the Philippines.

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According to the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (Campi) and the Association of Vehicle Imports and Distributors (Avid), the Philippine new car market continues to gallop ahead with a stunning 38% surge to hit a record 212.901 units. The industry target for 2016, set at 350.000, will be smashed the same way the market exceeded the 310.000 objective in 2015 by posting sales of 323.928. At the current growth rate, 2016 will end with just under 450.000 sales. Toyota is in command as usual but drops 3.3 percentage points with deliveries up “just” 261% to 72.642. Mitsubishi (+21%) comes second at 14.3% share ahead of Ford (+61%), Hyundai (+53%), and Honda (+28%). Model-wise, the Toyota Vios reigns supreme with 17.022 sales but sees its market share thaw to 8% from 9.6% a year ago. It is followed by the Toyota Fortuner (11.561) and Hiace (10.247) with the Mitsubishi Mirage and Toyota Wigo rounding up the Top 5. The Ford Everest surges to 6th place thanks to the new model, the Toyota Avanza is up 75% to #10, the Toyota Hilux up 76% to #11 and the Mitsubishi Adventure up 86% to #13.

Previous month: Philippines May 2016: Fortuner, Everest and Montero Sport fight it out

One year ago: Philippines H1 2015: Discover the Top 240 models (BSCB exclusive)

Full H1 2016 Top 10 brands and Top 65 models below.

Philippines May 2016: Fortuner, Everest and Montero Sport fight it out

The Toyota Fortuner is #2 overall in the Philippines in May, eclipsing the Ford Everest.

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New light vehicle sales in the Philippines continue to gallop at record pace with May volumes up a smashing 31% to 30.317 registrations according to the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI) and the Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA). Note this data does not include sales of some key non-affiliated brands such as Hyundai, Chevrolet and Subaru. The year-to-date tally is now up 25% to 134.488 units. Below the Toyota Vios estimated to reign supreme over the models ranking with more than 10% market share, the Toyota Hiace and Wigo also post four-digit sales figures but it’s a string of recently launched SUVs that is setting the Filipino market on fire. The new generation Toyota Fortuner posts an outstanding 1.431 sales in May for a stunning 2nd place overall, while the Ford Everest continues to deliver record volumes at 1.183 this month and the Mitsubishi Montero Sport is estimated to have found over 1.100 new homes for a 2016 total of 5.870. Over the same period, the Everest adds up to 6.037 and the Fortuner to 3.868.

Previous month: Philippines Jan-Apr 2016: Ford Everest climbs to #3, record market

One year ago: Philippines May 2015: Toyota Vios breaks record at 12.4% share

Full January-May 2016 Top 170 All-models Ranking Table below.

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