Indonesian-made cars’ exported to foreign countries increased. CBU (Completely Built-Up) cars from Indonesia increased by 29.3 percent during January – November 2021 compared to the same period last year.
Quoted from the Association of Indonesian Automotive Industries (Gaikindo) data, Wednesday (12/15/2021), Indonesia’s car exports were recorded at 267,224 units during January-November 2021.
Cars made in Indonesia experienced an increase of 29.3% over the same period last year. For comparison, in the January-November 2021 period, car exports were recorded at 206,685 units. Meanwhile, from October to November 2021, it rose 10.1 percent.
Nine manufacturers export cars made in Indonesia on a CBU basis. Daihatsu, which manufactures and exports Daihatsu, Mazda, and Toyota brand cars, is the largest contributor to exports from Indonesia.
During January – November this year, 108,500 cars made by PT Astra Daihatsu Motor were sent abroad. The car models consist of Daihatsu Gran Max, Mazda Bongo (twin Gran Max), Toyota Lite Ace, Toyota Avanza, Toyota Rush, Toyota Raize, and Toyota Wigo (twin Agya).
The increase in Daihatsu’s exports also occurred every month. A total of 13,393 units were shipped overseas in November 2021. There is a difference of 31.4 percent when compared to the previous month.
Furthermore, PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMIN) became the second-largest export contributor. Gaikindo data records that Toyota exported 61,044 units in January – November 2021. PT TMMIN exported Toyota cars such as the Toyota Fortuner, Toyota Innova, Toyota Sienta, Toyota Vios, and Toyota Yaris.
Next is Mitsubishi Motors, which exported 46,704 cars from January to November 2021. Currently, Mitsubishi is exporting Mitsubishi Xpander and Xpander Cross cars.
Then Suzuki sent 39,571 units of Indonesian-made cars abroad. The Suzuki cars made in Indonesia sold abroad include the Suzuki Ertiga, Suzuki XL7, Suzuki Carry, and Suzuki APV.
Honda also sends cars made in Indonesia abroad. A total of 6,840 Honda cars were exported to the Philippines and Vietnam. The Honda car that was exported was the Honda Brio.
During the same period, Hino exported 2,805 commercial vehicles. Hyundai exported 836 units of H-1 (Grand Starex). DFSK sent 870 cars made in Indonesia abroad.
If you refer to the monthly figures as of November 2021, the Suzuki manufacturer overtook Mitsubishi to enter the top 3 exporting cars. Suzuki recorded 4,913 units, while Mitsubishi recorded 4,568 units.
Lastly, Wuling exported 54 units of Wuling Cortez and Chevrolet Captiva cars made in Indonesia. Wuling’s shipments have decreased drastically when compared to the same period. For example, in January-October 2020, Wuling managed to send 482 units.
The following is a list of manufacturers that export overseas on a CBU basis:
January – November 2021
1. Daihatsu: 108,500
2. Toyota: 61,044
3. Mitsubishi: 46,704
4. Suzuki: 39,571
5. Honda: 6,840
6. Hino: 2.805
7. DFSK: 870
8. Hyundai – HIM: 836
9. Wuling: 54
Exports in November 2021:
1. Daihatsu: 13,393 units
2. Toyota: 6,401 units
3. Suzuki: 4,913 units
4. Mitsubishi: 4,568 units
5. Honda: 1,840 units
6. DFSK: 119 units
7. Hino: 35 units
8. Hyundai – HIM: 0 units
9. Wuling: 0 units