The 11 members of the Vietnam Automobile Manufactures Association (VAMA) sold 16,128 vehicles in the year’s first half, an increase of 26% compared to the same the period of last year, VAMA said.
Toyota Vietnam was the market leader in the January-June period with 5,602 units sold, 34.7% of the total, followed by Vidamco with 2,320 units and a 14.4% sham. Vinastar came third with 1,802 units and 11.2% share while Visuco gained the fourth place with 1,775 units. Ford Vietnam sold 1,732 units.
According to auto firms, most of the 11 auto joint ventures saw increasing sales in the first six-months of the year.