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Tuesday, December 20, 2022

Hyundai Overtakes Kia In November 2022 Sales


According to the joint report of the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI) and Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA), new vehicle sales have reached 35,037 units in November—a 32.4 percent growth compared to the same period (26,456 units) a year ago.

Year-to-date (January to November 2022), the industry reports that overall sales have reached 315,337 units so far—a 31 percent growth versus 2021.

Continuing to dominate the sales charts is the Commercial Vehicle (CV) segment which now holds a 75.49 percent share of the market. Its 238,054 units sold is a 45.3 percent rise against the 163,829 vehicles delivered to customers in 2021.

Meanwhile, Passenger Car (PC) sales remained flat. Its January to November 2022 tally has reached 77,283 units—a 0.6 percent increase over 2021’s 76,813 units.

Based on the current trend, CAMPI-TMA is confident of exceeding their 336,000-unit sales target for 2022.

Year-to-date, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) remained as the top vehicle distributor in the country, selling 156,874 vehicles and cornering 49.75 percent share of the market. They are followed by Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) with 46,692 units sold (14.81 percent market share). In third place is Ford Motor Philippines Inc. with 21,450 vehicles (6.80 percent), followed by Nissan Philippines in fourth with 19,373 units sold (6.14 percent), and Suzuki with 18,118 units sold (5.75 percent).

For the month of November, Toyota garnered a 46.95 percent share with 16,449 units sold, followed by Mitsubishi in second with 6,026 units sold (17.2 percent). In third is Ford with 2,805 units (8.01 percent). Overtaking Nissan for fourth is Suzuki with 1,951 units sold (5.57 percent). Isuzu has climbed up to 1,779 units (4.6 percent), while Nissan has slid down to sixth with 1,611 units sold (4.6 percent).

Peugeot, which labeled itself as “the fastest growing automotive brand in 2022” has propped up its year-to-date sales to 600 units, overtaking Volkswagen’s year-to-date total of 563 units. However, in November, Peugeot only managed to move 49 units, trailing Volkswagen’s 66-unit tally.

Elsewhere, Hyundai has overtaken Kia in November. Out of their 600 unit monthly sales, 104 is their first-ever MPV, the Stargazer. While those monthly numbers are respectable, it still trails behind the other MPVs with the Toyota Avanza in first (2,364 units), followed closely by Mitsubishi Xpander (2,053 units). In third is the Suzuki Ertiga with 417 sold.

Check the full breakdown below.

Top 10 Best-Selling Car Brands for November 2022
  1. Toyota – 16,449 units (46.95 percent)
  2. Mitsubishi – 6,026 units (17.2 percent)
  3. Ford – 2,805 units (8.01 percent)
  4. Suzuki – 1,951 units (5.57 units)
  5. Isuzu – 1,779 units (5.08 percent)
  6. Nissan – 1,611 units (4.6 percent)
  7. Honda – 1,218 units (3.48 percent)
  8. Geely – 877 units (2.5 percent)
  9. Hyundai – 600 units (1.71 percent)
  10. Kia – 302 units (0.86 percent)
Top 10 Best-Selling Car Brands for January to November 2022
  1. Toyota – 156,874 units (49.75 percent)
  2. Mitsubishi – 46,692 units (14.81 percent)
  3. Ford – 21,450 units (6.8 percent)
  4. Nissan – 19,373 units (6.14 percent)
  5. Suzuki – 18,118 units (5.75 percent)
  6. Isuzu – 15,594 units (4.95 percent)
  7. Honda – 12,584 units (3.99 percent)
  8. Kia – 4,428 units (1.4 percent)
  9. Geely – 3,335 units (1.06 percent)
  10. Foton – 3,130 units (0.99 percent)
Top 10 Best-Selling Passenger Car Brands for January to November 2022
  1. Toyota – 45,727 units (59.17 percent)
  2. Mitsubishi – 10,541 units (13.64 percent)
  3. Honda – 7,865 units (10.18 percent)
  4. Suzuki – 6,234 units (8.07 percent)
  5. Nissan – 2,611 units (3.38 percent)
  6. BMW – 1,090 units (1.41 percent)
  7. Kia – 952 units (1.23 percent)
  8. Mercedes-Benz – 671 units (0.87 percent)
  9. Geely – 443 units (0.57 percent)
  10. Mazda – 307 units (0.4 percent)
Top 10 Best-Selling Commercial Vehicle Brands for January to November 2022
  1. Toyota – 111,147 units (46.69 percent)
  2. Mitsubishi – 36,151 units (15.19 percent)
  3. Ford – 21,302 units (8.95 percent)
  4. Nissan – 16,752 units (7.04 percent)
  5. Isuzu – 15,594 units (6.55 percent)
  6. Suzuki – 11,884 units (4.99 percent)
  7. Honda – 4,719 units (1.96 percent)
  8. Kia – 3,476 units (1.46 percent)
  9. Foton – 3,130 units (1.31 percent)
  10. Chery – 2,932 units (1.23 percent)

65 comments:

  1. What are you waiting AC motors? Fired asap those responsible for the anemic sales of volkswagen, maxus and now slumping kia. Kia korea should handle the operation here in ph to revive the brand just like what hyundae did when they kicked out the greedy hari

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    1. Sales of HARI Hyundai is still miles better than HMPI which is also selling bare,incomplete and expensive products like the Creta GLS with dual airbags only,Santa Fe without ADAS and Palisade AWD without ADAS but 600k Pesos more expensive than the old Palisade with ADAS 🤣
      Sales of Volkswagen,Kia and Maxus vehicles in the local market are good as AC Motors is earning good profits from it.

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    2. Uhmmm, you're actually lying kuchi888. The previous Palisade that HARI sold didn't have ADAS, and also didn't have the digital gauge cluster that displays the blind spot cameras.

      The current Palisade that HMPH sells via indent order, while devoid of many ADAS features, still has some of the Hyundai Smartsense ADAS features like the blind spot camera display on the digital gauge cluster, blind spot warning and safe exit assist.

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    3. Palisade isn't really worth its 3,8 Million Peso price tag..Several Hyundai dealers still got one on their dealerships and it's very hard to sell.

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    4. Uhm, what are you talking about? I called all Hyundai dealerships here in Metro Manila a week before Christmas to inquire about the Palisade. All of them have no stock and we have to place a reservation and wait for 2-3 months to get a unit. Even my friend whose family owns a few Hyundai dealerships told me that the Palisade is via indent order. Don't invent things.

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    5. There are Hyundai car dealerships still selling excess brand new Hyundai Palisade units.

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    6. Hmmnn...jc, lokolokotchi not inventing things, 🤔🤔🤔 but rather he's outright lying! Change ur ways lokotchi mag 2023 na🤐🤐🤐

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    7. Again, kuchi888, you're lying. If there are Hyundai dealerships in Metro Manila that has stocks of the Palisade, we've had one right away before Christmas. But there's none available.

      I'm sorry but your way of bashing Hyundai and other car brands in order to put the Chinese car brands on the pedestal is outright absurd and very pathetic.

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  2. Sir Uly, in your previous article abt Geely Ph sales, it is indicated that the company already has 5,000+ sales during the 1st 7 months of 2022. But it is indicated above that the sales up to Nov is 3,000+. Just clarifying..

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    1. Either one is lying

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    2. Geely only became a member of CAMPI effective September. This means all sales recorded/announced when they were a member of AVID are not included in CAMPI's tally.

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    3. Geely has I believe a 10k sales target for 2022... I hope they don't reach it given they have become greedy with their pricing.

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    4. I doubt they'll be able to reach their 10K sales goal this 2022.

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    5. Unlikely to happen as Geely raised the prices of the Coolray,Okavango,Azkarra and Emgrand Sedan..Sales of Emgrand Sedan slowed down a lot since Geely Philippines increased its prices..What a missed opportunity as Emgrand Sedan did sell very well when it debuted but the price increase for the Comfort and Premium variants badly hurt its sales..

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    6. I am still waiting for other manufacturer's increase this year if they are at par with Geely. Parang hindi gaano kalaki increase ng other manufacturers compare to Geely's price increase.

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    8. GAC did not have price increases this year. Their discounts from the start of the year seems to still be applicable.

      Changan had price increases which is a given since the brand is managed by the ex-HARI lady CEO

      Maxus seems to have increased their price discounts so that 2022 SRPs less the increased price discounts bring back their prices to 2020-2021 levels.

      This means Geely price increases are really unjustifiable. They have just gotten greedy. And no way should we support Japanese-managed China brand. Shows how Japs are overpricing products.

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    9. Changan gives away huge cash discounts
      GAC will increase its prices next year as Astara wants to gets investments back immediately (they did it with the huge price increases of Peugeot vehicles-).
      Maxus didn't increase its prices as they're still selling 2019 to 2021 units

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  3. Kia stonic sales decimated by toyota raize.

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    1. And wala kang paring pambili ng Raize dahil panay babad sa car websites ang ginagawa mo Keane Kuliglig.🤣
      Sales of Kia Stonic is actually good as its the number one best selling vehicle of Kia Philippines.

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    2. LOKOLOKOTCHI pure ignorance of data? Maybe your trademark outright lies!🙊🙊🙊

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    3. Magtrabaho at magnegosyo ka Keane Kuliglig para makabili ka nang Raize kahit emblem at rims nyan 🤣

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    4. Dapat na ma ban itong kuchi888. Troll ang kumag

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    5. Actually it's a fact that the Stonic is Kia PH's best-selling model.

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    6. Pero diba wala na silang mailalabas na new nito? Since stop na production sa China?

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    7. Production of the Kia Stonic and Soluto from China still continues as Yueda Group is making money on exporting those vehicles..Soluto is available in African,Latin American and Vietnamese markets and is selling well.
      Kia China still produces the Stonic KX1 due to high demand of it in Philippine market as its cheaper,better and easier to buy than the Raize E and G.

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    8. Yeah its a fact that stonic is kia best selling model here - then kia ph only sold a total of 302 units november, so it is safe to assume that the cause of slump in sales was the anemic sales of atonic

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    9. Atonic?🤣Lasing ka nanaman Keane!🤣
      Sales of the Kia Stonic in the Philippine market is still doing very well (they sell hundreds of units a month)..The sales of Kia are down due to low demand for the Soluto and K2700 aside from delayed shipments of brand new Carnival units.

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    10. Hayaan nyo na c LOKOLOKOTCHI, anyway no one believes him, he already lost his credibility when previosly several times he was caught here red handed lying to his teeth. Kapal moks lang talaga🙉🙉🙉

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    11. Pahiya ka lang Keane Kuliglig 🤣 Your claims of Toyota Raize being the number one best selling car in the Philippine market isn't true 🤣
      Everybody knows that Kia Stonic is still the best vehicle of Kia Philippines since last year due to its really good affordable prices.

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  4. Obviously Hyundai will overtake because they offer more mass market models like the Stargazer, Staria, Creta, H-100, among others.

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    1. You're right, don't trust that Chinese Car Fanatic that is truly a liar because he doesn't shows the proof of his claims against us.

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    2. Kia Philippines is selling affordable vehicles like the Stonic,Soluto and K2700 which are still selling very well..Hyundai Philippines is still selling some units of H100 but with UV body and dual aircon in it.

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  5. May sailing mundo talaga tong si Keane..🤣Sa mundo at alternate dimension nya ay number one best selling vehicle sa Philippine market ang Toyota Raize at sya daw ang CEO nang Kia,Volkswagen at Maxus Philippines 🤣
    Sales of Toyota is likely gonna slow down next year once they likely stop the local production of the Innova J and Innova E..Sales of New Vios is gonna be high for sure next year.

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    1. Stop it... I'm gonna report you and tell this to Sir Uly right away.

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    2. Just don't feed the troll if you don't like what he's saying.

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    3. kuchi888, there are no plans by TMPC to stop the production of the base Innova variants like E and J. There's a possibility that these variants will continue to be produced by TMPC for the fleet market while the new generation Innova will be imported as CBUs from Indonesia and will only have the upmarket variants G and V.

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  6. Hoping kia sells the seltos here with the u2 diesel engine - a spiritual successor to the 2nd gen soul offered here bt.

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    1. Unlikely to happen now as Kia Philippines is likely gonna continue selling the Seltos with 2 liter gasoline engine

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  7. Kia, fighting! :P

    Should they bring in the new Carens? They could try importing from Vietnam, take advantage of the AFTA

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    1. Thank you and don't mind that Chinese Car Fanatic troll...

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  8. curious how kia ph will perform next year, kia as a brand is going upmarket, but locally they cant shake that "budget brand" stigma, and it doesnt help that their best seller is a budget car. I hope they dont start offering cars much much expensive than competition but with less value (small engine, no ADAS etc.).

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    1. I'm expecting that they might discontinue some nameplates, Stinger definitely as Kia global will be phasing it out, Forte is also a possibility, I've not seen any Forte's on roads, like ever.....

      Then update the Sportage

      The Rio they MIGHT keep....as well as the Soluto and Picanto. There's also a possibility that they might bring in the Sonet (although that'll cannibalize the Stonic), then there's the Carens as a Stargazer alternative.....

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    2. Kia Soluto will be axed in a year or two as Kia China won't be producing a replacement of it.🤣Kia Forte will remain as its their Corolla Altis and Mazda 3 answer..Kia Picanto was temporarily axed in the local market and Kia Philippines is just exhausting the remaining very old stocks of it as they've chose to focus on the Soluto sedan.
      Kia Philippines isn't interested of dealing with Kia Vietnam yet as there's seems to be problem with exchange rate and importation costs issues that's why the Philippine market rarely sells products from Vietnam.

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  9. Looks like someone is trying so hard to bash Hyundai lol

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    1. Yes, you got it right... The basher of Hyundai is no other than the Chinese Car Fanatic which is Lukolokuchi.

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    2. Pikon ka talaga Keane Kuliglig 🤣
      You hate Chinese cars because its miles better than your old SUA prone Montero Sport GLX 🤣
      Chinese cars are getting much better in terms of quality, reliability and product offerings compared to Japanese car brands that went backwards

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    3. Funny how you talk about chinese cars reliability when it hasn't even been 10 years since the "next gen" chinese cars arrived in the Philippines.

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    4. May 10 years ka pang nalalaman dyan eh matagal na ang Chinese vehicles sa Philippine market..Halos 13 years old na sa Philippine market ang Foton ganoon din ang JAC,🤣 Chinese vehicles are way more reliable and advanced now.
      Paskong pasko nagkakalat nanaman Keane Kuliglig 🤣

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    5. Oo nandito na ang Foton sa atin dati pa. Proven yan na basura haha.

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    6. Sabihin mo yan sa harap ng owner nang Foton at Chery Philippines at siguradong himas rehas ka Keane Kuliglig 🤣 Sa online ka lang matapang.🤣

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  10. Actually its more than 2 decades, remember the chery tansan QQ, Geely food PANDA and haval haval crosswind😏😏😏

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    1. That's why Chinese cars are garbage. Because the previous offerings are proven to be massive piles of JUNK! History will repeat itself! May kasabihan, "Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me"

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    2. As much as I love Japanese cars, I remember they were once like Chinese cars also, trying to copy the Americans, British, and Germans; but they proved that they could build solid, reliable, and affordable cars that's why they're known for building quality cars.

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    3. Musta na ang basurang quality ng Subaru vehicles na made in Japan at madaling masirang VGT Turbo nang Hyundai Starex isama mo na dyan ang unreliable Ford Ranger and Ford Everest na gawang Thailand 🤣
      Chinese vehicles improved their quality a lot and now they make more reliable vehicles than Subaru,Ford,Jeep,Dodge,Hyundai and Suzuki.
      Mataas ang standards ng car buyers sa China compared sa Philippines na kuntento na sa outdated 3rd world low quality offerings ng Toyota.
      Toyota FAW and Toyota GAC won't sell the Avanza,Veloz,Rush,Wigo,Raize and New Vios sa Chinese market dahil sa 3rd world low quality ng mga vehicles nayan.
      Research pa more Keane Kuliglig!

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  11. Mitsubishi Philippines seems solely relying now on Xpander..Sales of almost 50 year old L300 is still good while the underpowered and outdated Mirage G4 Sedan is also still doing well thanks to huge cash discounts and low down-payment plans for it.
    They really need to start the local production of the New Mirage hatchback in the local market next year.
    Honda is still doing fine thanks to the good sales of the Brio and City Sedan.

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    1. pare. mag usap tayo ng maayos. may trabaho ka ba? bakit parang ang dami mong oras mag research ng mga nonsense?

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  12. Ang ingay naman ni Keane Calimlim at lalo na itong hambog na Kuchi888 na'to. Can't even back up his claims here. Ignore the armchair car enthusiast.

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    1. nagtataka din ako dyan kay kuchi888. bakit parang ang daming alam. insider kuno sa car industry. ito yung tinatawag natin na kwentong barbero lamang.

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    2. I'd rather have those 2 noisy commenters banned by Uly. They're polluting this very informative website with their nonsensical and absurd comments

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    3. Yung mga pabida na mahilig sumawsaw sana ma ban din 😜

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    4. Who is this Keane Calimlim and why is he referred to as everyone?

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    5. That's me by the way... I have been targeted by Kuchi 888 with his malicious and nonsense comments.

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  13. Hambog na sinungaling pa 🗣🗣🗣lokolokotchi talaga

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  14. Sales of Hyundai are surely gonna improve as they've been aggressive in promoting the Staria and Stargazer on Facebook
    Creta started doing well thanks to low down-payment plans of it which makes buying the SUV easier

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