Pakistan October. Sales boomed 42.9% projecting an amazing year-end

Pakistani Vehicles Sales Honda-BRV-2017

Pakistani Vehicles Sales in October kept the outstanding momentum booming 42.9% and projecting the full year at an amazing new all time record. Honda is booming after the BR-V launch, but Suzuki still dominates quite share over 52%.

While preliminary estimates show that the economy expanded 5.3% in FY 2017, which ended in June 2017, there are some clouds on the horizon. Strong economic activity is boosting purchases from overseas, which, coupled with slowing remittance inflows, threatens to jeopardize the improvement in the current account deficit made in recent years. Moreover, the expected increase in oil prices has the potential to erode both fiscal and external balances.

Pakistani vehicles market in recent years has reacted promptly toe th 2013 fall with sales improved from 140.732 (2013) to a record of 226.141 (2015) before to decline at 208.998 last year. In the 2017 the market has been robust and is projecting a new record above the 240.000 with 2018 outlook still positive.

  2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 e 2018 e
Car+LCV 179.650 138.135 141.306 220.513 202.430 232.140 246.055
HCV 1.998 2.597 3.963 5.628 6.564 9.178 9.738
Total 181.648 140.732 145.269 226.141 208.994 241.319 255.794

  2012 Var 2013 Var 2014 Var 2015 Var 2016 Var 2017 Var e. 2018 var e
Car+LCV 14,1% -23,1% 2,3% 56,1% -8,2% 14,7% 6,0%
HCV -33,3% 30,0% 52,6% 42,0% 16,6% 39,8% 6,1%
Total 13,2% -22,5% 3,2% 55,7% -7,6% 15,5% 6,0%

The end of 2017 fiscal year proposed a great news for Pakistani vehicles consumers as Honda introduced in the market a new vehicle, the BR-V, finally a modern and state of art car arrived in a country where the new vehicles offer is really limited to few models.

Meantime, according to data released by the Pakistani Automotive Manufacturers Association, the calendar year 2017 has been almost positive for the market, after the 2016 fall, and the first half 2017 sales had been 121.232, up 12.1%, scoring the new best. In the Q3 sales improved 23% and in October 42.9% (with 24.071 sales) with a year to date figures at 205.620, up 18.2%.

Suzuki dominates the market with 52.0% of market share and 106.127 sales (+17.4%) ahead of Toyota with 51.613 sales (-0.5%) and Honda with 39.781 (+52.0%).

As far as the best-selling models, the Toyota Corolla was again the first with 43.889 sales (-5.4%) followed by the Suzuki Mehran with 35.367 (+16.7%) and the Suzuki Wagon R  with 19.373 (+89%).

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Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see data regarding Brands and Models. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank 2017 Rank Oct Brand Sales 2017 Sales Oct Variation 2017 Variation Oct Share 2017 Share Oct
1 1 Suzuki 106.127 13.714 17,4% 52,8% 52,0% 57,3%
2 2 Toyota 51.613 5.121 -0,5% 27,5% 25,3% 21,4%
3 3 Honda 39.781 4.506 52,0% 36,3% 19,5% 18,8%
4 4 Hino 3.400 302 24,5% 10,6% 1,7% 1,3%
5 5 Isuzu 2.965 300 126,3% 129,0% 1,5% 1,3%

Rank 2017 Rank Oct Model Sales 2017 Sales Oct Var 2017 Var Oct
1 2 Toyota Corolla 43.889 4.216 -5,4% 6,6%
2 1 Suzuki Mehran 35.637 4.355 16,7% 40,7%
3 3 Suzuki WagonR 19.373 3.478 89,0% 140,5%
4 4 Honda Civic 18.570 2.415 82,3% -6,8%
5 5 Suzuki Bolan 16.545 2.104 -0,5% 46,7%
6 7 Suzuki Cultus 16.542 1.458 30,8% 22,7%
7 9 Honda City 15.891 1.000 -0,6% 40,1%
8 6 Suzuki Ravi 14.480 1.945 -13,9% 32,0%
9 10 Toyota Hilux 5.425 568 7,8% 1220,9%
10 8 Honda BR-V 5.320 1.091
11 11 Suzuki Swift 3.550 374 1,7% 11,0%
12 14 Hino 2.859 285 39,5% 39,0%
13 13 Isuzu F-Series 2.798 288 139,1% 146,2%
14 12 Toyota Fortuner 2.299 337 376,0% 1772,2%
15 15 Master Trucks 1.143 114 54,5% 54,1%
16 16 Hino Bus 541 17 -20,4% -75,0%
17 UD Trucks 312 -53,4% -100,0%
18 17 Master Bus 279 14 1295,0% 600,0%
19 18 Isuzu Bus 167 12 19,3% -14,3%

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