28 January 2016

Malaysia Car Sales By Brand : 2015

Perodua now has a huge lead of the market and 32% share

Amazingly total sales varied only 209 units between 2014 and 2015. In case you were wondering, they went up for 2015. By my records, 2015 was a new high. Perodua sales grew 9% and achieved its best market share since 2007 (it was formed in 1993). Meanwhile Proton achieved its lowest share ever that I can find information on. It was 2006 that the changing of the guard occurred and Proton lost its long time number one spot to Perodua. Now Perodua has over doubled its lead over its arch rival for the first time ever.

Beyond the two local brands, Honda took over from perennial third placed Toyota. Mazda reached its all time highest ranking with a healthy 26% increase. Both Hyundai and Kia had a poor year but nothing like UD Trucks, which fell 84%. It was known as Nissan Diesel but has been 100% owned by the Volvo Group since 2007. Nissan car and UD truck sales were separated in the data in 2014. Volvo cars was sold in 1999 and the sales of cars and trucks was split in 2014 too. Perhaps it was an oversight that they weren't parted sooner.

11 12 13 14 15 Make 2015 % +/-
1 1 1 1 1 Perodua 213,307 32.0% 9.1%
2 2 2 2 2 Proton 102,175 15.3% -11.8%
4 5 5 4 3 Honda 94,902 14.2% 22.5%
3 3 3 3 4 Toyota 93,760 14.1% -8.1%
5 4 4 5 5 Nissan 47,235 7.1% 18.3%
13 14 12 9 6 Mazda 14,325 2.1% 25.9%
9 10 8 7 7 Isuzu 12,655 1.9% 2.3%
12 12 9 8 8 Ford 12,130 1.8% 4.1%
6 9 6 6 9 Mitsubishi 11,076 1.7% -33.3%
15 17 16 14 10 Mercedes 11,034 1.7% 54.7%
17 15 13 13 11 BMW 7,515 1.1% -3.8%
10 6 11 12 12 VW 6,405 1.0% -28.2%
7 8 7 10 13 Hyundai 6,286 0.9% -38.8%
14 13 14 16 14 Hino 4,929 0.7% -22.7%
8 7 10 11 15 Kia 4,676 0.7% -52.9%
11 11 17 18 16 Suzuki 3,351 0.5% -21.6%
16 16 15 17 17 Peugeot 2,986 0.4% -45.7%
36 40 23 21 18 Subaru 2,539 0.4% 54.4%
20 18 19 19 19 Fuso 2,430 0.4% 6.2%
21 21 21 23 20 Lexus 2,101 0.3% 31.2%
25 23 18 22 21 Audi 1,592 0.2% -1.7%
See Nissan 15 22 UD Truck 1,037 0.2% -83.8%
19 22 22 24 23 Daihatsu 967 0.1% -19.9%
23 19 20 20 24 Chevrolet 952 0.1% -46.9%
28 28 29 28 25 MINI 756 0.1% 15.4%
32 25 24 25 26 Land Rover 659 0.1% -21.9%
24 24 25 26 27 Volvo 619 0.1% -21.4%
27 27 33 32 28 Porsche 567 0.1% 62.5%
- - 35 33 29 Chana 529 0.1% 55.1%
26 26 27 27 30 Scania 493 0.1% -30.8%
33 39 40 36 31 Renault 472 0.1% 107.0%
- 31 30 29 32 CAMC 396 0.1% -29.0%
See Volvo 30 33 Volvo Truck 356 0.1% -15.6%
18 20 26 31 34 Chery 296
-15.4%
29 35 34 39 35 Man 221
67.4%
- 42 39 40 36 Auman 163
37.0%
- 36 36 35 37 JAC 147
-47.5%
- 30 28 34 38 Sinotruk 134
-52.5%
31 29 37 37 39 Bison 111
-47.1%
30 32 31 38 40 Ssangyong 109
-47.3%
? ? ? 45 41 Jaguar 90
150.0%





Others 191






Total 666,674 0.0%

Data source: Motor Trader.

Honda is now the best selling overseas brand

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