Thursday, 20 July 2017

Car Sales Japan: 2012


Japan had a good year of car buying in 2012, helped by the government introducing subsidies to encourage sales. That finished in September this year so one cannot expect sales be as buoyant in 2013. This was the beSt year since 2006. A 30% increase over 2011 was a real boost to local car makers, with some impressive gains. Toyota and Honda led the charge with 44 and 49% improvements. Somehow Mitsubishi contrived a decrease from a positive growth situation.


The first three columns show 2010 to 2012 ranking, the second column in from the right is increase or decrease, and the extreme right shows market share for the major brands.

1 1 1
Toyota 1,494,044 44% 32.7%
Over 30% Incr
2 3 2
Honda 712,535 49% 15.6%
10 Brands
3 2 3
Nissan 560,919 9% 12.3%

5 5 4
Daihatsu 551,281 28% 12.1%
Up To 30% Incr
4 4 5
Suzuki 530,240 21% 11.6%
20 Brands
6 6 6
Mazda 192,463 16% 4.2%

8 8 7
Subaru 141,066 31% 3.1%
Decrease
7 7 8
Mitsubishi 106,562 -2% 2.3%
5 Brands
9 9 9
VW 56,188 11% 1.2%

10 10 10
Lexus 43,657 3% 1.0%

12 12 11
Mercedes 41,901 26% 0.9%

11 11 12
BMW 41,254 20% 0.9%

13 13 13
Audi 24,163 14%


14 14 14
MINI 16,212 13%


15 15 15
Volvo 13,878 18%


18 18 16
Chrysler 6,684 41%


17 17 17
Fiat 5,667 -5%


16 16 18
Peugeot 5,649 -8%


19 19 19
Porsche 4,661 27%


23 24 20
Alfa Romeo 4,452 139%


22 20 21
Citroen 3,795 23%


21 22 22
Ford 3,543 19%


20 21 23
Renault 3,108 1%


24 23 24
GM US 2,041 1%


27 27 25
Land Rover 1,771 99%


26 25 26
smart 1,401 15%


25 26 27
Jaguar 1,014 -1%


28 28 28
Ferrari 517 34%


30 30 29
Maserati 311 25%


29 29 30
Lotus 262 -3%


31 32 31
Bentley 216 71%


38 33 32
Lamborghini 177 79%


32 31 33
Aston Mart 166 19%


36 34 34
Lancia 128 31%


34 35 35
Rolls Royce 90 13%






Others 317






Total 4,572,333 30%




Data source: Thanks to JAMA & JAIA

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