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Vietnam January 2011: Innova and Corolla on top, Kia Forte up

Toyota Corolla in Sapa, Vietnam January 2011

The Vietnamese car market starts the year with a bang: it is up 48% with 10,424 registrations. Four Toyotas still dominate, but this time the Innova (6.7%) and Corolla Altis (6.5%) are on top, followed by the Fortuner (5.9%) and Vios (5.8%).

The Daewoo Lacetti (5.7%), Kia Morning (5.5%) and Kia Forte (4.2%) are all in very strong progression, ahead of the Kia Carens also very solid at 3.6%. The Mitsubishi Zinger jumps into the Top 20 at #16 (1.3%).

Kia Forte in Hanoi, Vietnam January 2011

Full Top 20 Ranking Table: click on ‘Read more’ below.

Vietnam January 2011:

Pos Model Jan % Dec 2010 % Pos
1 Toyota Innova 694 6.7% 1 7,419 6.6% 1
2 Toyota Corolla Altis 673 6.5% 3 6,012 5.4% 3
3 Toyota Fortuner 612 5.9% 2 6,551 5.8% 2
4 Toyota Vios 605 5.8% 4 5,807 5.2% 4
5 Daewoo Lacetti/Cruze 595 5.7% 6 4,287 3.8% 5
6 Kia Morning 578 5.5% 5 3,268 2.9% 6
7 Kia Forte/Koup 433 4.2% 8 1,320 1.2% 14
8 Kia Carens 377 3.6% 9 2,585 2.3% 9
9 Ford Everest 289 2.8% 10 2,311 2.1% 10
10 Daewoo Matiz/Spark 274 2.6% 7 2,939 2.6% 7
11 Honda Civic 250 2.4% 12 1,827 1.6% 11
12 Toyota Camry 244 2.3% 11 2,667 2.4% 8
13 Ford Focus 225 2.2% 14 1,297 1.2% 16
14 Honda CR-V 207 2.0% 13 1,313 1.2% 15
15 Mitsubishi Triton 175 1.7% 20 759 0.7% 22
16 Mitsubishi Zinger 130 1.2% 730 0.7% 23
17 Ford Escape 127 1.2% 15 965 0.9% 20
18 Toyota Hiace 117 1.1% 16 1,415 1.3% 13
19 Ford Ranger 117 1.1% 19 973 0.9% 19
20 Toyota Hilux 105 1.0% 17 1,195 1.1% 18

Source: www.vietnamcar.com

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