Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Vehicle Production Japan: 2011

We all know that the Japanese car industry did it tough in 2011. That is reflected in production the figures below, especially car making. I looked back to 1990 to see how bad it was. Both Toyota and Honda had their lowest car production in 2011 for that twenty two year period. Considering the recent slump of a few years ago - and to go under that - shows how bad it was for those two manufacturers. It was the second lowest total car production for the same period, only 2009 was less. Below are listed the number of cars made in Japan for 2011:
Rank/Brand/Production/Share/Inc-decr

1 Toyota 2,474,000 34.6% -17%
2 Nissan 1,005,000 14.0% 0%
3 Suzuki 812,000 11.3% -11%
4 Mazda 798,000 11.1% -10%
5 Honda 688,000 9.6% -27%
6 Mitsubishi 536,000 7.5% -9%
7 Daihatsu 480,000 6.7% -10%
8 Subaru 367,000 5.1% -17%
Total 7,159,000 -14%

Nissan was the only car maker to avoid a drop (they did actually drop about 3,500 units).

Commercial vehicle production in Japan fared better. Still, both Nissan and Mazda had their lowest production volumes since 1993, the last year I found data. Below are listed the number of commercial vehicles made in Japan for 2011:

Rank/Brand/Production/Share/Inc-decr

1 Toyota 286,000 23.1% -1%
2 Isuzu 202,000 16.3% -1%
3 Suzuki 138,000 11.1% -15%
4 Daihatsu 130,000 10.5% 0%
5 Hino 114,000 9.2% 15%
6 Nissan 108,000 8.7% -14%
7 Fuso 79,000 6.4% 3%
8 Mitsubishi 67,500 5.4% -9%
9 Subaru 52,000 4.2% -5%
10 UD Trucks 23,300 1.9% -23%
11 Honda 22,700 1.8% -55%
12 Mazda 15,200 1.2% -22%
Others 2,100 0.2% 41%
Total 1,240,000 -6%

The total was 8,399,000,
a decrease of 12.7%.

Data source: JAMA

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