Thailand Automotive Statistics May 2014
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Although May shows some recovery from April's 'Songkran' dip, it doesn't reach February and March levels. ...

Although May shows some recovery from April's 'Songkran' dip, it doesn't reach February and March levels.

Total production now stands at 792,000 units after 5 months...so it seems likely that Thailand might miss the 2 Mio. unit mark this year.

Honda has been hit especially hard – the 60% Y-o-Y decrease in overall domestic sales is twice as high as those from Toyota and Isuzu, and difficult to explain...

It will be interesting to see how new models and capacities (such as Nissan's launch of the new 2015 Navarra) will influence local demand over the next months.

During the Automotive Summit last week at BITEC, the TAI announced that 10 carmakers have applied to be part of the ECO CAR Phase II initiative resulting in an additional capacity of 1.58 Mio units until 2018. Along with other investments (such as Toyota relocating from Melbourne, Australia to Thailand) and expansion of SAIC-CP Motors MG plants could push capacity up to 5 Million units until the end of the decade.

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  • Domestic Sales Export Source: Federation of Thai Industries, Thailand Automotive Institute Thailand Automotive Statistics May 2014 Total Production in 1,000 units
  • Toyota Isuzu Honda Mitsubishi Nissan Ford Mazda Chevrolet Suzuki Hino Thailand Domestic Sales All vehicles May 2014: 69,681 Vehicles – The Top 10 Source: Toyota Thailand Year on year May 2014 Market Share (within rank 1-10)
  • Mercedes BMW Hyundai Subaru DFM Volvo TATA Mitsu-Fuso Proton Kia Thailand Domestic Sales All vehicles May 2014: Rank 11-20 Source: Toyota Thailand Year on year May 2014 Market Share (within rank 11-20)
  • Kia Volkswagen WuLing Peugeot Other makers Thailand Domestic Sales All vehicles May 2014: Rank 21-25 Source: Toyota Thailand Year on year May 2014 Market Share (within rank 21-24)
  • Toyota Honda Nissan Mitsubishi Mazda Suzuki Mercedes Ford BMW Chevrolet Thailand Domestic Sales Passenger Cars May 2014 29,330 Vehicles - The Top 10 Source: Toyota Thailand Year on year May 2014 Market Share
  • Volvo Proton Other makers Kia Subaru Peugeot Hyundai Volkswagen Thailand Domestic Sales Passenger Cars May 2014 Rank 11-18 Source: Toyota Thailand Year on year May 2014 Market Share (within rank 11 - 18)
  • Toyota Isuzu Ford Mitsubishi Nissan Chevrolet Mazda Hino Honda Hyundai Suzuki TATA Mitsu-Fuso Benz Kia WuLing Other makers Thailand Domestic Sales CommercialVehicles May 2014 40,351Vehicles Source: Toyota Thailand Year on year May 2014 Market Share
  • Toyota Isuzu Mitsubishi Ford Chevrolet Mazda Nissan TATA Thailand Domestic Sales One Ton Pickup* May 2014 32,963 Units Source: Toyota Thailand Year on year May 2014 *includes PPV sales Market Share
  • Toyota Isuzu Ford Mitsubishi Chevrolet Mazda Nissan TATA Thailand Domestic Sales Pure Pickup Trucks May 2014: 28,841 Units Source: Toyota Thailand Year on year May 2014 Market Share