Wego Motor Thailand
We have been exporting sub utility vehicles, Pickup Trucks and used vehicles to dealers and other operations looking to import cars from Thailand. Because of our dedication to hands-on personalized service, We still have clients registered with us who have been using our services since we first started out in the business.
We provide great deals for Toyota Hilux Revo, Toyota Hilux Rocco, Toyota Fortuner, Toyota Commuter, Nissan Navara, Mitsubishi L200 Triton, Ford Ranger, Ford Raptor, Chevrolet Colorado, Mazda BT-50, Isuzu D-Max, Isuzu MU-7 and many more.
We also supply accessories and spare parts for the vehicles concerned. Our transmission customer service activities principally relate to facilitating new connections and maintaining existing connections.
We will do what we can to make sure that you get the vehicles that you want. We ensure quality and service to the best. Take the time to browse through our website to see what sets us apart. Contact us today to make your dream a reality.
As of 2017, the Thailand automotive industry was the largest in Southeast Asiaand the 12th largest in the world. The Thailand industry has an annual output of near two million vehicles (passenger cars and pickup trucks), more than countries such as Belgium, the United Kingdom, Italy, Czech Republic, and Turkey.
Most of the vehicles built in Thailand are developed and licensed by foreign producers, mainly Japanese, American and Chinese but with several other brands as well for CKD production, notably BMW and Mercedes. The Thai car industry takes advantage of the ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA) to find a market for many of its products. Thailand is one of the world's biggest markets for pickup trucks with over 50 percent market share for one-ton trucks.
Toyota Motor Thailand Co. (TMT) was set up in 1962 and began producing the Toyota Publica and Tiara cars, and the Stout, Dyna, and DA trucks in 1964.In 1979 Toyota began making pressed body parts in Thailand, and in 1989 they began manufacturing engines locally In 1996, in response to stiff competition from imported South Korean cars, Toyota introduced the Tercel-based Toyota Soluna in Thailand. The Soluna has also been exported to other ASEAN countries. After the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis, the ASEAN markets contracted severely and TMT changed their focus to exports. Nevertheless, they remain mostly an import-substitution operation and their main export market beyond Southeast Asia is Oceania. In 2005, Toyota established a research and development center in Thailand. Toyota currently builds a wide range of cars in Thailand, from the Yaris to the Fortuner SUV.
Main article: Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand)
Mitsubishi Motors has had a presence in Thailand since 1961 Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand) (MMTh) is headquartered in Pathumthani, just north of Bangkok. Their flagship product is the Mitsubishi Triton (L200 in many markets) pickup truck, which is built exclusively in Laem Chabang and is exported to more than 140 global markets.The sixth generation of the Mitsubishi Mirage is also produced exclusively at the Laem Chabang plant.Mitsubishi had originally made Thailand their global hub for pickup production in 1995, after having become Thailand's first vehicle exporter in 1988. This focus on global exports was of considerable aid to MMTh the tight years after the Asian financial crisis, when the local markets collapse. The company targeted five million production units by 2018 which it has achieved.
Nissan was the first Japanese producer to build a plant in Thailand, in a 1962 joint venture with Siam Motors."Siam Motors & Nissan Co., Ltd." received a sister company called "Siam Nissan Automobile Co., Ltd." in 1977, which only built pickup trucks. Today, Nissan manufactures various cars and the D21/Navarra pickup truck in Thailand, also for export to various markets. A branch called "Prince Motor Thailand" also operated, until February 1986. In addition to Nissan products, Siam Automotive also assembled Fiats for the local market until 1986
One local specialty is the Nissan NV, a tiny pickup truck based on the Y10 Nissan AD Van. This was also later developed into a double cab, four-seater model. In April 2009, the company's name was changed to Nissan Motor (Thailand)