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Thailand 10 months 2010: Hilux & Isuzu D-Max over 100k sales

Thai car sales continue their fantastic run this year, up 50% over the first 10 months 2010 at 628,361. The Toyota Hilux and Isuzu D-Max are still distant leaders with 112,225 and 105,604 sales respectively, followed by the Toyota Vios (53,220), Honda City (37,859) and Toyota Corolla Altis, the most dynamic of the 3 passenger cars at +45% (29,617 sales).

Access to 8- & 10-months 2010 cumulative figures allow the isolation of a September/October 2010 ranking in which the Hilux and D-Max are much closer at 16.7 and 16.2% share respectively, the Vios is very strong at 9.6% in 3rd, and the new locally-produced Nissan March (Micra) jumps up to 6th with 5,057 sales and 3.6%, just ahead of the Honda Civic.

Many thanks to my dear Mum and Dad who uncovered these figures in the ‘Formula’ car magazine during their stay in Thailand in January 2011.

Top 35 September-October 2010 and 10 months 2010: click on ‘Read more’ below.

Pos Model Sept-Oct % 1-10 10 % Pos /09
1 Toyota Hilux 23,407 16.7% 112,225 17.9% 1 45%
2 Isuzu D-Max 22,738 16.2% 105,604 16.8% 2 39%
3 Toyota Vios 13,507 9.6% 53,220 8.5% 3 37%
4 Honda City 8,506 6.1% 37,859 6.0% 4 37%
5 Toyota Corolla Altis 7,291 5.2% 29,617 4.7% 5 45%
6 Nissan March 5,057 3.6% 14,584 2.3% 10 new
7 Honda Civic 4,906 3.5% 23,714 3.8% 6 8%
8 Honda Jazz 4,111 2.9% 15,369 2.4% 9 9%
9 Mazda2 3,236 2.3% 18,667 3.0% 7 new
10 Nissan Frontier 3,112 2.2% 17,938 2.9% 8 24%
11 Mitsubishi Triton 3,084 2.2% 14,173 2.3% 11 105%
12 Toyota Fortuner (e) 2,702 1.9% 12,158 1.9% 13 35%
13 Toyota Camry 2,638 1.9% 13,054 2.1% 12 55%
14 Toyota Yaris 1,996 1.4% 10,250 1.6% 14 41%
15 Mazda BT-50 1,318 0.9% 4,932 0.8% 19 8%
16 Chevrolet Colorado 1,290 0.9% 5,883 0.9% 16 34%
17 Honda CR-V 1,276 0.9% 7,591 1.2% 15 88%
18 Isuzu MU7 1,276 0.9% 5,735 0.9% 18 33%
19 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport (e) 1,232 0.9% 5,743 0.9% 17 104%
20 Mazda3 978 0.7% 4,689 0.7% 22 23%
21 Tata Pick-up 960 0.7% 4,225 0.7% 24 373%
22 Toyota Avanza (e) 901 0.6% 4,053 0.6% 25 35%
23 Nissan Teana 768 0.5% 4,501 0.7% 23 38%
24 Mitsubishi Lancer 727 0.5% 3,417 0.5% 27 119%
25 Chevrolet Captiva 705 0.5% 3,189 0.5% 29 116%
26 Chevrolet Optra 695 0.5% 3,049 0.5% 30 -14%
27 Nissan Tiida 686 0.5% 4,881 0.8% 20 37%
28 Honda Accord 658 0.5% 4,842 0.8% 21 15%
29 Chevrolet Aveo 628 0.4% 3,324 0.5% 28 53%
30 Mitsubishi Lander EX 626 0.4% 2,089 0.3% 32 539%
31 Ford Ranger 484 0.3% 3,891 0.6% 26 -8%
32 Mercedes E Class 468 0.3% 2,112 0.3% 31 30%
33 Suzuki Swift 431 0.3% 1,751 0.3% 33 new
34 Ford Focus 324 0.2% 1,354 0.2% 35 78%
35 Mercedes C Class 275 0.2% 1,377 0.2% 34 7%

Source: Formula Magazine, Thailand

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