26 January 2014

Malaysia Vehicle Sales By Brand : 2013

A 4.5% increase was a good result, an all time record. These figures are for all vehicles, including trucks. CAMC sells Anhui Chinese trucks, and it other uncommon names on the list show China is pushing into commercial vehicle sales in Malaysia.

Proton preve certainly looks smart

To sell in numbers here means local assembly. Subaru just has done so and sales went from 53 in 2012 to over a thousand in 2013. Local makes Perodua (Daihatsus made under license) and Proton take 51% share, down very slightly on the previous year.



11 12 13
Sales Share +/-

1 1 1 Perodua 196,071 29.9% 4%

2 2 2 Proton 138,753 21.2% -2%

3 3 3 Toyota 91,185 13.9% -13%

5 4 4 Nissan 53,156 8.1% 47%

4 5 5 Honda 51,544 7.9% 47%

6 9 6 Mitsubishi 12,348 1.9% 6%

7 8 7 Hyundai 12,217 1.9% 2%

9 10 8 Isuzu 12,061 1.8% 13%

12 12 9 Ford 10,660 1.6% 50%

8 7 10 Kia & Naza 10,420 1.6% -15%

10 6 11 VW 9,538 1.5% -27%

13 14 12 Mazda 9,197 1.4% 45%

17 15 13 BMW 7,057 1.1% 12%

14 13 14 Hino 7,002 1.1% 9%

16 16 15 Peugeot 6,505 1.0% 6%

15 17 16 Mercedes 5,550 0.8% -6%

11 11 17 Suzuki 4,962 0.8% -39%

25 23 18 Audi 3,102
119%

20 18 19 Fuso 2,532
16%

23 19 20 Chevrolet 1,673
-17%

21 21 21 Lexus 1,336
-9%

19 22 22 Daihatsu 1,156
-20%

36 40 23 Subaru 1,084
n/a

32 25 24 Land Rover 1,003
56%

24 24 25 Volvo 861
-8%

18 20 26 Chery 740
-55%

26 26 27 Scania 577
24%

- 30 28 Sinotruk 483
69%

28 28 29 MINI 437
28%

- 31 30 CAMC 372
47%

30 32 31 Ssangyong 292
23%

- 34 32 Great Wall 281
62%

27 27 33 Porsche 275
-30%

29 35 34 MAN 234
39%

- - 35 Chana 226
New

- 36 36 JAC 200
49%

31 29 37 Bison 191
-37%

34 33 38 JBC 157
-13%

- 42 39 Auman 151
196%




Others 204





Total 655,793 4%

Data source: Thanks to Motortrader/MAA.

The Perodua range. Catchy slogan too

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