15 January 2014

Hong Kong Sales By Brand : 2013

Hong Kong. Parking anyone?

In this crowded city state, car ownership is not that common. Public transport serves many of it's citizens well. Prestige marques do well here, but not to the same degree as Singapore. Since 2005 every year bar one has increased, 2023 being a record for that period. The sales data below includes taxi registrations, which are almost exclusively Toyota (567), with a few Nissan cars (32) now in 2013 also.

Toyota did grow, but also lost slightly some market share, hence the blue shading. Hyundai gets a special colour as its sales were exactly the same as 2013. Suzuki has been heading up the list over the last three years, while Ford had a year off selling cars in HK in 2011. Renault was a new arrival in 2012.


11 12 13
Sales Share +/-

1 1 1 Toyota 6,931 18.2% 8%

2 2 2 BMW 5,884 15.5% 6%

3 3 3 Mercedes 5,563 14.6% 13%

4 4 4 VW 3,880 10.2% 1%

5 5 5 Audi 2,801 7.4% 14%

8 6 6 Honda 2,726 7.2% 24%

7 8 7 Nissan 2,231 5.9% 14%

6 7 8 Lexus 1,731 4.6% -19%

9 9 9 MINI 940 2.5% 2%

11 10 10 Porsche 757 2.0% 1%

10 11 11 Mazda 672 1.8% 36%

21 17 12 Suzuki 469 1.2% 151%

22 15 13 Kia 384 1.0% 39%

14 23 14 Mitsubishi 373 1.0% 166%

12 14 15 Volvo 360 0.9% 29%

16 12 16 Land Rover 344 0.9% -17%

- 21 17 Ford 305 0.8% 99%

19 16 18 Hyundai 225 0.6% 0%

15 20 19 Subaru 217 0.6% 28%

20 24 20 Jaguar 161
69%

- 25 21 Renault 160
68%

17 19 22 Fiat 158
-10%

26 13 23 Alfa Romeo 146
-55%

18 18 24 Ferrari 144
-21%

24 26 25 Bentley 122
42%

23 27 26 Maserati 88
13%

13 22 27 smart 74
-49%

- 32 28 Infiniti 63
271%

27 30 29 Aston Martin 43
34%

25 29 30 Rolls Royce 35
-15%

- 28 31 Mclaren 33
-39%

29 31 32 Lamborghini 12
-48%




Total 38,032
9%

Data source: Thanks to HK MTA.

Opening of a new Toyota dealership

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