Automotive Industry in Indonesia- Statistics & Facts
Trailing only Thailand, Indonesia has become the second-largest market for motor vehicle production within the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) region. Low labor costs and a low motorization rate have opened the door to an increasing number of car manufacturers, including Toyota, Nissan and General Motors. In terms of automotive production by vehicle type, the Indonesian automotive industry has developed a preference for sturdy 4x2 and pick-up vehicles. In 2016, about 215,300 4x2 vehicles were produced in Indonesia.
A staggering 1.23 million vehicles were sold in Indonesia in 2013. In a difficult economic environment, where 2015 per capita GDP fell to 3,370 U.S. dollars and the value of exported goods came to only 150.4 billion U.S. dollars, this figure dropped to around one million units in 2015, but is expected to reach 1.1 million units by 2017. While commercial vehicle sales amounted to around 276,000 units in 2015, around 756,000 passenger vehicles were sold to Indonesian customers. The Indonesian automobile market is dominated by Japanese car brands: Toyota is the leading passenger vehicle brand in Indonesia with car sales of some 302,000 units in 2015. That year, Toyota had a 41 percent share of Indonesia’s passenger vehicle market.
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