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The latest data from the Indonesian Automotive Industry Association (Gaikindo) show Indonesia's wholesale car sales rose 37.54 percent year-on-year (y/y) to 85,131 vehicles in July 2017. However, these data are distorted because the Ramadan and Idul Fitri celebrations fell in June this year, while they fell in July last year (implying there were much less workdays in July 2016). What were the 10 most sold cars in Indonesia in July 2017?
The top ten of most wanted Indonesian cars in July 2017 did not differ much from other months, with the exception that the low multipurpose vehicle (LMPV) Honda Mobilio and low sport utility vehicle (LSUV) HR-V 1.5L fell outside the top ten ranking.
Top Ten Car Sales in Indonesia - July 2017:
Source: Bisnis Indonesia