CAMPI and TMA Release Top-Selling Car Companies and Models in the Philippines (Feb 2017)

Strong car sales growth might be ending in the U.S. -- but not here in the Philippines. In fact, the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) and Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA) are happy to report a record-breaking 27.8 percent year-on-year sales growth in January 2017 compared to last year. Car sales continue its upward, yet more modest performance of 7.5 percent year-on-year sales growth this February 2017 compared to February 2016.

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And guess who the top-selling company is? It's still Toyota Motor Philippines. In a joint report given by CAMPI and TMA, a total of 27,040 units have been sold this year, with Toyota selling 12,615 units this February 2017 compared to its 14,542 units last January 2017. And while the slight decrease in sales have lowered Toyota's market share from 47.8 percent to 47.26 percent this year, the car giant isn't budging an inch out of its number one spot anytime soon.

Chart of Top Manufacturers in terms of February 2017 salesNext in line is Mitsubishi, followed by Isuzu, Honda, Nissan, Ford, Suzuki, Kia, Mazda, and lastly, Foton.

By the way, in case you're wondering why Hyundai isn't here, it's because "unconfirmed reports" say it doesn't release monthly sales regularly like CAMPI. Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. (HARI) President Ma. Fe Perez Agudo, who also heads the Association of Vehicles Importers and Distributors (AVID), said that Hyundai grew by 21 percent in February this year, with 2,653 units sold compared to 2,189 in February last year.

Top-selling models

Here are the bestsellers for each of the car brands:

Toyota Top Sellers

  1. Toyota Vios
  2. Toyota Fortuner
  3. Toyota Innova
  4. Toyota Hiace
  5. Toyota Wigo
  6. Toyota Hilux
  7. Toyota Avanza

Mitsubishi Top Sellers

  1. Mitsubishi Montero Sport
  2. Mitsubishi L300
  3. Mitsubishi Adventure

Isuzu Top Sellers

  1. Isuzu D-Max
  2. Isuzu-Mux
  3. Isuzu Crosswind
  4. Isuzu N-Series

Honda Top Sellers

  1. BR-V Subcompact Crossover
  2. Honda City
  3. Honda Civic 1.8 E
  4. Honda Civic RS Turbo

Nissan Top Sellers

  1. Nissan Navara pickup
  2. Nissan Urvan
  3. Nissan Almera
  4. Nissan Juke

Ford Top Sellers

  1. Ford Ecosport
  2. Ford Everest

Suzuki Top Sellers

  1. Suzuki APV
  2. Suzuki Ertiga
  3. Suzuki Jimmy

Hyundai Top Sellers

  1. Hyundai Accent
  2. Hyundai Eon
  3. Hyundai Starex

Kia Top Sellers

No information available

Mazda Top Sellers

No information available

Foton Top Sellers

No information available

Top 10 Best Selling Car Models

Red Toyota Vios

For the top 10 best selling nameplates, Toyota Vios still leads the pack, selling 2,899 cars this February 2017. It's then followed by Toyota Fortuner, Toyota Innova, Toyota Hiace, Mitsubishi Montero, Toyota Wigo, Mitsubishi L300, Toyota Hilux, Toyota Avanza, and lastly, Mitsubishi Adventure. Top ten nameplates for February 2017

Passenger Car Sales Goes Down; Commercial Vehicles Rise

The report also says that all vehicle segments performed well last February, except for Passenger Car (PC) sales which dropped 7.2 percent -- from  9,114 units this February 2017 compared to 9,819 units in 2016 of the same month.

Passenger Car and Commercial Car Sales Feb 2017

However, Commercial Vehicles (CV) sales rose 16.9 percent, with 17,296 units sold this year compared to the 15,331 units sold last year.

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