Vehicle sales in the ASEAN region continued to show weakness in the first quarter of the year according to an exclusive analysis of the market provided to just-auto.

The analysis shows that new vehicle sales in south-east Asia’s six main markets combined declined by 3.8% to 773,720 units in the first quarter of 2015. The overall decline reflected continued weakness in the region’s two largest markets – Indonesia and Thailand.

Indonesia was the region’s worst performing market in the quarter. Car sales in Indonesia declined sharply during the quarter, despite heavy discounting and aggressive marketing campaigns.

Read the full analysis and report of first quarter sales in the ASEAN market