Amazing, during the pandemic, the car sales in Indonesia rose for the third consecutive month.
From data of the Indonesian Association of Motor Vehicle Producers (Gaiklindo) stated in August up by 47.43 percent, from 25,283 units a month earlier became 37,277 vehicles.
And also for domestic car sales swelled by 255.7 percent to 12,623 vehicles in June, from 3,551 units the month before.
And the car sales inched up again by 100.3 percent in July to 25,283 units, from 12,623 units a month ago.
This data was marking the first car sale hike since the country announced the first confirmed COVID-19 case in March 2020.
Gaiklindo stated, overall the domestic car sales in the year ending August 31, 2020, stood at 323,492 units, or 31 percent of last year’s car sales reaching over one million units.
This the data from Gaiklindo that cited by News24xx.com :
- Toyota led car sales in August, with 8,740 units
- Daihatsu followed by 6,651 units
- Mitsubishi followed by 4,867 units
- Suzuki followed by 3,501 units
- Honda followed by 3,047 units