Naming the slowest-selling car models in July 2023, there are still cars that have been selling for a long time.

Among the slow-selling and slowest-selling car models in Vietnam in July, there were 9 Japanese-branded cars, except for 1 American model, and these cars were all imported for distribution.

According to a report from the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA), sales of the automobile market in July improved compared to the previous month. However, the already sluggish car models have not improved much. Below is a detailed list of 10 car models of VAMA members sold no later than July 2023.

Suzuki Ciaz – 1 unit

Suzuki Ciaz only sold 1 car, continuing to be the worst-selling car model last month. Cumulatively for 7 months, Ciaz still only sold exactly 15 units, the worst in the entire Vietnamese auto market.

Honda Accord – 3 units

The D-size sedan Honda Acord only sold 3 units in the entire month of July and ranked 2nd in the top slowest selling cars on the market. Accumulated sales from the beginning of the year until now, Accord reached exactly 29 units.

Toyota Alphard – 4 units

Last July, this car model only had sales of 4 units, down 11 units compared to the previous month. Cumulatively since the beginning of the year, Alphard sold 68 units.

Toyota Hilux – 10 units

With 10 units sold in July, Toyota’s pickup model increased by 4 units compared to the previous month and ranked 5th in the top sold cars. Cumulative sales of Toyota Hilux in 2023 are 72 units.

Toyota Yaris – 13 units

Despite positive sales growth when selling 13 units (an increase of 6 units compared to the previous month), Toyota Yaris is still the most disappointing name of the Toyota brand in Vietnam. Cumulatively in the first 7 months of the year, only 108 Yaris were sold.

Isuzu Mu-X – 17 units

Compared to 20 cars sold in June 2023, Mu-X’s sales in July decreased slightly by 3 cars. After the first 7 months of the year, Isuzu’s SUV model only sold a total of 107 units.

Ford Explorer – 27 units

Ford Explorer is the only non-Japanese car model in this list. Ford’s full-size SUV model had sales of 27 units, an increase of 3 units compared to May. In the first half of 2023, Ford Explorer sold a total of 166 units.

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado – 36 units

With 36 units sold in July, an increase of 11 units compared to the previous month, Toyota’s SUV model is still in the top slowest selling cars on the market. In the first 7 months of the year, a total of 116 units of Land Cruiser Prado were sold on the market.

Isuzu D-Max – 40 units

Compared to 24 units sold last month, D-Max sales in July increased significantly, to 40 units. Accumulated in the first 7 months of the year, Isuzu’s pickup models reached a total of 343 units.

Suzuki Swift – 41 units

Although sales have improved significantly, from 18 units last month to 41 units in July, that is still not enough for Suzuki’s car model to escape the top selling cars. In total, in the first 7 months of 2023, Suzuki Swift achieved sales of 230 units.

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