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    #11
    kelan lang na release si Agya umaariba na

    Quote Originally Posted by b0y37 View Post
    Wow. Wigo sales surpasses that of Mirage's. Iba talaga ang Toyota badge. Or maybe, dahil bagong release lang ang Wigo kaya mainit pa
    talo pa nga ni Eon si Mirage

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    #12
    Malamang kasama na dito yung percentage ng fleet sales? Tama nga po ba?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post

    Pickup-based SUVs

    Fortuner - 12,319
    Montero Sport - 11,970
    Trailblazer - 2,582
    Everest - 2,505
    Alterra - 339
    Only the Vios outsold the Fortuner and Montero in volume, considering they cost more... who said Filipinos are poor? Not suprised to see 4-3 Forts or Montys in the same road at a time...
    Last edited by Monseratto; November 12th, 2014 at 04:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b0y37 View Post
    Wow. Wigo sales surpasses that of Mirage's. Iba talaga ang Toyota badge. Or maybe, dahil bagong release lang ang Wigo kaya mainit pa.

    I like the sales chart of the pick-up based SUVs. Parang peace/yo symbol, hehe.
    Nagulat nga din ako sa data ng minicars. Inaasahan ko na Mirage ang nangunguna pero Wigo pa din pala. Siguro mas mura + Toyota Badge kaya mas patok sa pinoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louie Anson Ng View Post
    actually I was just pertaining to car sales per segment, hehe, but yes usually new releases will boost the market growth for a certain segment like what happened with the release of the ford ecosport. i just want to know if fleet sales are also included in the chart numbers. imo magiging skewed kasi talaga ang data niyan due to a very large number of subcompacts being used as taxis, particularly the vios. kung di sinama yun baka halos same na rin magiging market percentage ng pickup based suvs and subcompacts
    Actually kaya naman yun bro kaso medyo matrabaho. Swerte mo though, nakahanap ako ng data na nakaclassify na per segment yung mga model: http://tsikot.com/forums/toyota-cars...-market-23948/

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    In the span of a decade, we see the ff. changes in Filipinos' buying patterns:

    * MPVs and AUVs used to be king. Before the rise of the ubiquitous pick-up based SUV, everyone was driving around in their Crosswinds, Adventures, and of course the hot new kid on the block, the Innova. The Fortuner was only recently introduced and hasn't yet become the staple big car of the country.

    * Compacts still had significant market share. This was still the time when the Altis, Mazda 3, and Civic lorded over the streets, and only the Vios and City were serious contenders from the subcompact segment. Today, with the subcompact and minicar segment offering great variety, lots of features, and cheaper operating costs at a lower purchase price, suddenly noone wants a compact sedan.

    * CUVs were prevalent. Fuel efficiency wasn't yet the top priority during the time (if you read reviews from this era, FC wasn't even a major discussion point). So even if the 2nd gen CR-V only gets 5 km/L, it was still selling like pandesal. If today you'd buy a Fortuner if you had over a million, back then it was the CR-V and X-Trail.

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    Sa SUV, andami pa rin sales ng Fort. Next year, malamang magugulo na sales nyan pag nag normalize na ang supply ng MUX tapos dadating pa ang bagong Everest. Hmmm. Sino na kaya mananalo sa SUV.

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    #17
    Anong brand ba at models karamihan binibili para gawing taxi? malaking factor din ito

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    Quote Originally Posted by TopEngine View Post
    Anong brand ba at models karamihan binibili para gawing taxi? malaking factor din ito
    Ano pa nga ba at Toyota Vios at Avanza.

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    Kahit tanggalin pa PUV sales ng Toyota, runaway winner pa rin sila.

    But then again, these PUV buyers have other options but the fact that they still choose Toyota speaks volumes about the brand's reliability, whether perceived or real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    Kahit tanggalin pa PUV sales ng Toyota, runaway winner pa rin sila.

    But then again, these PUV buyers have other options but the fact that they still choose Toyota speaks volumes about the brand's reliability, whether perceived or real.
    Agreed. Mas pinipili ng buyers yung less headache. Saka availability at mas murang parts kung sakaling may masira.

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