Suzuki fiscal 2010 car production, sales, and export figures

Suzuki fiscal 2010 car production, sales, and export figures


 

For the fiscal year 2010 Japan production volume increased year-on-year for the first time in three fiscal years, despite the decrease in March.

Overseas production volume increased year-on-year in countries such as India, China, Indonesia and Pakistan, contributing to a record-high production volume in the fiscal year results.

Global production volume increased year-on-year, resulting in a record-high production volume in the fiscal year results.

 

Production

Jan.-Mar. 2011 % change on year Fiscal 2010 % change on (Apr. 2010- year Mar. 2011)

Japan

production 1)   199,465                      70.4%                         994,223           103.7%

Overseas

production 2)   518,431                      115.4%                       1,883,777        118.8%

Global

Production      717,896                      98.0%                         2,878,000        113.1%

 

1) Japan production: Complete built-up (CBU) units + complete knocked-down (CKD) units as reported to the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association

2) Overseas production: Units completed at overseas plants

 

 

Japan sales

Jan.-Mar. 2011 % change on year Fiscal 2010 % change on (Apr. 2010- year Mar. 2011)

 

Mini vehicles   129,186                      76.0%                         520,731           93.9%

Non-mini

Vehicles          22,915                        121.7%                       67,664             100.7%

TOTAL            152,101                      80.6%                         588,395           94.6%

 

 

Fiscal 2010 key points

 

Mini vehicles

-       Overall unit sales of mini vehicles in Japan decreased year-on-year for the fifth consecutive fiscal year.

-       Suzuki’s share of Japan’s mini-vehicle market was 32.0% (0.7 point down year-on-year).

 

Non-mini vehicles (standard and small vehicles)

-       Overall unit sales of non-mini vehicles increased year-on-year for the first time in three fiscal years due to the launching of the new Solio.

-       Suzuki’s share of Japan’s non-mini-vehicle market was 2.3% (0.2 point up year-on-year).

Total sales volume decreased year-on-year for the fifth consecutive fiscal year.

 

Exports

Jan.-Mar. 2011 % change on year Fiscal 2010 % change on (Apr. 2010- year Mar. 2011)

Exports           59,402                        84.2%                         268,374           124.8%

 

Note: Export figures are CBU + KD as reported to the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association.

 

Fiscal 2010 key points

 

-       Overall exports (to all markets except North America) increased year-on-year, especially in Europe and Central/South America.

 

 

Reference : Global unit sales in fiscal 2010

 

Fiscal 2010 % change on year (Apr. 2010- Mar. 2011)

Japan sales                588,395                      94.6%

Overseas sales*         2,053,239                   118.8%

Global sales                2,641,634                   112.4%

 

*Note : Overseas sales figure is a tentative figure as of 25 April 2011.

 

 

Fiscal 2010 key points

 

-       Overseas sales and global sales are each projected to be up year-on-year.

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