According to Headlightmag, 2020 has seen the Toyota Camry leading the D segment in Thailand. With a total of 2,526 units sold in the first half of 2020, the Honda Accord follows closely with 2,270 units. In third place is the Nissan Teana with only 204 units for the first half of 2020.
Offered with the 2.0 L and 2.5 L engine in Thailand, the Camry currently dominates Thailand’s D-segment with a 50.1% market share. It is important to note that the bulk of the sales of the Toyota Camry consists of fleet vehicles. In terms of privately owned cars, the Honda Accord could be outselling the Camry.
The COVID-19 pandemic saw a dip in sales for all cars in the D-segment. Sales were most affected in the month of April.