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Vietnam February 2011: Toyota Innova takes off

Toyota Innova in Hanoi, Vietnam December 2010

Vietnamese car sales continue to impress, after +48% in January, they are up 56% in February at 7,889 registrations. The Toyota Innova builds itself a comfortable margin at 573 sales and 7.3%, with the Toyota Fortuner back to #2 at 443 sales (5.6%).

The Top 5 is identical to the 2010 ranking: the Toyota Corolla Altis and Vios follow only 2 and 4 units behind the Fortuner, and the Daewoo Lacetti is 5th at 4.7%. Notice the Nissan Grand Livina breaking into the Top 20 at 1% of the market.

Full Top 20 Ranking Table below.

Vietnam February 2011:

Pos Model Feb % Jan 2011 % Pos 2010
1 Toyota Innova 573 7.3% 1 1,267 6.9% 1 1
2 Toyota Fortuner 443 5.6% 3 1,055 5.8% 3 2
3 Toyota Corolla Altis 441 5.6% 2 1,114 6.1% 2 3
4 Toyota Vios 439 5.6% 4 1,044 5.7% 4 4
5 Daewoo Lacetti/Cruze 372 4.7% 5 967 5.3% 5 5
6 Kia Carens 238 3.0% 8 615 3.4% 8 9
7 Kia Morning 233 3.0% 6 811 4.4% 6 6
8 Kia Forte/Koup 231 2.9% 7 664 3.6% 7 14
9 Daewoo Matiz/Spark 205 2.6% 10 479 2.6% 10 7
10 Ford Everest 200 2.5% 9 489 2.7% 9 10
11 Honda Civic 192 2.4% 11 442 2.4% 11 11
12 Honda CR-V 176 2.2% 14 383 2.1% 13 15
13 Toyota Camry 164 2.1% 12 408 2.2% 12 8
14 Ford Ranger 102 1.3% 19 219 1.2% 15 19
15 Ford Focus 99 1.3% 13 324 1.8% 14 16
16 Toyota Hiace 89 1.1% 18 206 1.1% 16 13
17 Nissan Grand Livina 79 1.0% 22 167 0.9% 20
18 Ford Escape 75 1.0% 17 202 1.1% 18 20
19 Daewoo Gentra 71 0.9% 21 160 0.9% 21 12
20 Toyota Hilux 66 0.8% 20 171 0.9% 19 18

Source: VAMA, www.vietnamcar.com

Note: I took the Innova picture during my stay in Vietnam in December 2010.

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