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Car sales dropped sharply by 40 percent in Q1 2020 as several industries cannot reach agreement on solutions to develop the automobile industry.

Nissan Vietnam ceases operation in response to COVID-19

Automaker Nissan Vietnam has declared a temporary shutdown as from April 5 amid the complex developments of the COVID-19 pandemic.

What is the future of Vietnam’s electric motorbike market?

The warnings about bad air quality in Hanoi and HCM City given by forecasting centers in late 2019 could lead to a stronger electric motorbike market.

Motorcycle makers running out of gas in face of increased competition

The Vietnam Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers (VAMM) reported gloomy figures for the last months of 2019, a time when the industry typically expects a boom in sales revenue.

Vietnam motorcycle market ranks 4th in world

Vietnam maintained its position as the world’s 4th largest motorcycle market despite a double-digit drop in June sale, according to website.

Thousands of counterfeit-suspect Honda and Yamaha motor parts seized

Thousands of fake motor parts imitating the two leading motorcycle manufacturers Honda and Yamaha were found by Lang Son province authorities, showing that counterfeit and fake goods are growing into a serious social issue.

Renowned automobile brands to join Vietnam Motor Show 2019

The Vietnam Motor Show 2019 (VMS 2019) will be held at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Centre from October 23-27.

More manufacturers enter Vietnam's e-motorbike market

The Vietnamese electric motorbike market is seeing the participation of more and more domestic and foreign manufacturers.


Cars remain expensive, but still sold well in Vietnam in 2018

The massive import of cheap cars did not occur in 2018 as predicted, but sales in 2018 were still satisfactory, especially domestically sold cars.

Import car prices remain unstable

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese consumers thought if importers could satisfy the strict requirements stipulated in Decree 116, they would be able to buy cars at reasonable prices. That hasn’t happened. 

Motorbike market gears up with new technologies

VietNamNet Bridge - Having expanded by 13 times in the last 20 years, the domestic motorbike market remains hot with new models equipped with the most advanced technologies launched every year.

Gear-motorbike market cutthroat for manufacturers

VietNamNet Bridge - The gear motorbike market segment has become cramped with many models priced up to VND20 million. 

Sales down, motorbike manufacturers try to win niche markets

In the face of rapid expansion of well-known brands, less strong brands such as Suzuki, Piaggio, SYM and Kymco are targeting niche markets to improve sales.

Tariffs are cut, import prices fall, but cars are still pricey

VietNamNet Bridge - Despite tariff cuts and low import prices, Vietnamese still have to pay high prices to buy cars because of high taxes and fees.

Has Honda Vietnam sacked 3,000 workers?

VietNamNet Bridge - Honda Vietnam has denied that 2,000-3,000 workers at its factory in Vinh Phuc province have been laid off.

Honda recalls 668,000 more cars in Japan over Takata air bags

 Honda Motor Co (7267.T) on Thursday said it was recalling about 668,000 vehicles in Japan to replace air bag inflators supplied by Takata Corp (7312.T), as part of an expanded nationwide recall announced earlier this year.

Honda tries to keep market share as motorbike sales fall

VietNamNet Bridge - Honda, the largest motorbike manufacturer in Vietnam, in a recent report, said the motorbike market would not see growth next year. 

Honda to recall 20 million more Takata airbags: Nikkei

 Honda Motor Co on Monday said it had not made any announcements on additional air bags recalls after the Nikkei newspaper reported it would recall at least 20 million more of the safety devices made by Takata Corp

Motorbike manufacturers still raking in the profits

VietNamNet Bridge - Though the Vietnamese motorbike market is becoming saturated, manufacturers still make big profits with 3 million products bought every year.

Motorcycle to stable develop in 2016: manufacturers

 The motorcycle market will continue to grow this year albeit at a marginal rate, according to manufacturers.